Ability is an 8-week program that offers resume writing, interview skills,
local job information, computer training at Okanagan College, and
industry-specific certificate training. The program is funded by the
Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training; there is no cost to
Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants Program
Are you new to
Canada and looking for work? The Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants Program helps you navigate an unfamiliar labour
market and overcome barriers in finding jobs that match your current
skills, qualifications and experience.
jobs, particularly in the Okanagan, involve dealing with customers. And
there's no better way to demonstrate to an employer that you have
up-to-date customer service skills and can meet their job requirements
than by having a customer service certificate from a recognized
organization, WorldHost Training Services (formerly SuperHost).
Vernon Job Fair
you are looking for full-time, part-time or seasonal employment, the
annual Vernon Job Fair is a great opportunity for you to connect with local
employers. For information on the next job fair, visit
a great way to gain work experience, learn new skills or to brush up on
old ones. And when you volunteer, you usually meet a lot of new
people which helps with your networking efforts. If you do
your volunteer work well, you can often secure references for future
employment regardless of where you apply. Visit
www.volunteervernon.ca for more information on our volunteer services.
Employment Services Centre in Enderby
across the province, WorkBC Employment Services Centres offer
client-centred, integrated services and supports. NexusBC operates the
WorkBC Employment Services Centre in Enderby. Drop by the Centre to get
help with your resume and job search, and to learn about changes in the
local job market. We are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.
2-904 Maud Street, Enderby BC
250.838.2324 | Fax: 250.838.0722