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Regina Work Preparation Center November 2013

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2022 Halifax St.


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757-9096

1 Contd: L.2.5 Youth Employment Readiness Program Sept. 30-Nov. 29 (AB/RB) L.2.5 Youth Employment Readiness Program Sept. 30-Nov. 29 (AB/RB) Contd: L.2.5 Warehouse Employment Program Oct. 7-Nov. 15 (CH/LW) Contd: L. 2.5 Youth Cafe Employment Project Oct. 28-Apr. 18 (AB) L.1 Using a Flash Drive Computer Lab Tutorial 1:30-2:30pm (JB)

5 Job Group 10:00-11:30am (RD) Regina Trades & Skills Centre

6 L.1 SOC 1 Exploring Change 9:15am-12:00pm (SP) L.3 Appropriate Workplace Behaviour & Communication 1:00-3:00pm (CR)

8 L.1 Overcoming Obstacles: Cadmus Delorme 9:00-10:30am (CP)

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12 Job Group 10:00-11:30am (DF) Hotel Sask Radisson Plaza Shelley Lichtenwald

13 L.2 SOC 2 Preparing for Action 9:00am-12:00pm (JB)

14 L.1 Power in Budgeting 1:00-3:00pm (RD)

15 L.1 Microsoft Word Basics Computer Lab Tutorial 1:30-2:30pm (JB)

Office Closed
Remembrance Day

18 L.1 Attaching Files to Email Computer Lab Tutorial 1:30-2:30pm (JB)

19 Job Group 10:00-11:30am (NY) The Commissionaires - Security Wapanacik Traditional Sweat 11:00am-4:00pm

20 L.1 SOC 1 Exploring Change 9:15am-12:00pm (SP)

21 L.1 Intro to Choice Theory 1:00-3:00pm (MB/NQ/CHow) L.1 - Color Spectrums 1:00-4:00 (AB) Downstairs

22 L.1 Beadwork Class 9:00am-12:00pm (CP)

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26 Job Group 10:00-11:30am (RD) SUNTEP

27 L.2 SOC 2 Preparing for Action 9:00am-12:00pm (JB)

28 L.2 Interviewing Skills 1:00-3:00pm (JB)

29 L.1 Beadwork Class 9:00am-12:00pm (CP)

Weekly Job Group - Job Group is available to any Work Prep client and meets every Tuesday at 10:00am. It provides participants with an opportunity to learn about the various areas of employment available to them. Each week, a guest speaker is invited to present information about their organization or institution, enabling clients to get a peek into the different occupations that they might pursue. The group also provides direct access to employers and educators. This is a drop-in group and clients are welcome to come to any and all group sessions. Computer Lab - Work Prep offers a computer lab that is available all day long for our clients. Drop in to work on your resume, complete an online job search, look for childcare, research education and training options, practice typing, or any other work-related task. A counsellor will always be available to assist you. SOC 1 Exploring Change - This interactive workshop is ideal for people who are interested in exploring change. Participants will learn about the Stages of Change model, have the opportunity to look at the pros and cons of change, and will leave with a clearer idea of what their next steps might be. SOC 2 Preparing for Action - This workshop is ideal for people who are ready to begin planning and preparing for employment or training. Participants will be offered the tools needed to manage stress and access supports. Participants will leave armed with confidence and new resources, ready to take action toward their employment or training goals. Using a Flash Drive - During this computer lab tutorial, clients will learn the basics of flash drive use (aka: thumb drive, memory stick), including opening and saving documents, attaching files to email messages, and properly removing the device when finished. This session is intended for participants who either currently have or will be obtaining a flash drive, but are uncertain how to make use of it. Appropriate Workplace Behaviour & Communication If youre not sure what to expect when you start a new role, or are worried about how you would face unfamiliar work situations, then this 2-hour workshop will enable you to become more comfortable in any new work environment. You will learn about workplace communication, time management and workplace expectations. Overcoming Obstacles This presentation will feature Cadmus Delorme and his journey of transitioning from reserve life to city life. He will also discuss the transition of becoming a student at the University of Regina and how his learning included not just his academic studies, but also his lifestyle learning. He will share with the group how this transition was aided by his culture and being grounded, and how his culture gave him the strength to overcome obstacles. Power in Budgeting - This 2-hour workshop will benefit participants who are living on a limited income, and may be unaware of the impact that personal choices and/or environmental factors may be having on their spending habits. The goal of the program is to assist participants to identify their needs, wants and priorities as they relate to budgeting. It will offer insight into the factors that influence decision making (such as personal values, habits, feelings, and peer pressure), along with helpful suggestions for ways to save and still have a little fun. Microsoft Word Basics - This computer lab tutorial is designed for clients who have no word processing experience. The tutorial will cover how to create, open, and save a Word document to either a computer or a flash drive memory stick. Basic information about editing and formatting documents will also be provided. This training session will particularly benefit those who want to work on a resume/cover letter/reference sheet, b ut dont know where to start. Attaching Files to Email In this computer lab tutorial, clients will learn the basics of attaching files to email messages. This session is intended for participants who wish to apply for positions via email, but are unfamiliar with the attachment process.

Wapanacik Traditional Sweat - A sweat ceremony is a traditional practice of the Aboriginal people, and is used to detoxify and cleanse oneself whether you choose to cleanse for reasons that are spiritual, psychological, physical, emotional or all of the above. There are 4 rounds to a sweat and during each one, hot rocks are added to the fire in order to maintain the atmosphere, while prayers are conducted by an elder. A Sweat can be used as a tool for personal growth, and help to open spiritual doors for a person. Individuals may choose to leave at any time if the Sweat environment becomes too much for them. There will be a small feast afterwards to replenish nutrients lost by participants. A Sweat is an enjoyable experience and will be experienced differently for each individual. Participants are to meet at WorkPrep; transportation to the Paul Dojack Youth Centre will be provided. Introduction to Choice Theory - This 2-hour interactive workshop will get people thinking about what is most important to them when making choices, and reflect on how to select more effective behaviours in order to get what they want. It will encourage clients to accept personal responsibility for making positive change in their lives. Discussion will also include healthy relationship habits. ColourSpectrums - This 3-hour workshop is presented to groups in an entertaining, interactive format. ColourSpectrums is used to identify an individual's unique combination of strengths and challenges. Participants will use the knowledge of their colour spectrum and personality style to learn how to interact more effectively with others, and assist them in increasing their communication skills, self esteem, and understanding of the workplace. Interviewing Skills - This workshop will benefit participants who want to increase their skill in preparing for and performing well in job interviews. The goal is to help participants reduce anxiety and increase their confidence when meeting a potential employer. The workshop will cover common interview questions and appropriate responses, along with recommended activities to undertake prior to, during, and after being interviewed. Participants will get the opportunity to evaluate a mock interview, as well as practicing their own skills with a group partner. Beadwork Class - The beadwork class is a series of 6 sessions, with each lesson leading into the next project. The 1 class will cover common beadwork, such nd rd as jewellery; the 2 will involve lanyards; in the 3 class, we will create a medallion; and the remaining sessions will focus on moccasin making. All classes will last 3 hours, and have an instructor on hand to provide group instruction and one-on-one assistance, if required. Lindell Haywahe is our instructor, and she will be using the Sacred Seven Grandfather Teachings (honesty, humility, truth, respect, wisdom, love, bravery) in conjunction with her instruction. These beading classes will help to instil confidence, pride and work ethic, which can have an enduring effect and lead to sustainability in employment. Youth Employment Readiness Program - This nine-week program will provide participants with the opportunity to prepare for the world of work and learn the skills needed to keep a job. Participants will attend three weeks of in-class employability skills training, followed by six weeks of on the job training to identify personal skills and abilities, while building current work experience and references for their resume. This project includes 30 hours per week of paid training and work placement for the duration of the nine weeks. Eligible participants include those between the ages of 16-30. Warehouse Employment Program - This 6-week program will provide knowledge and skill development leading to employment in a warehouse/distribution centre. Upon completion of the program, participants will have an understanding of work within the warehouse industry, material handling skills, as well as knowledge of time management, budgeting and personal fitness skills. Individuals selected for the program will receive financial support during the program. Youth Cafe Employment Project is a unique program for youth ages 16-29 interested in the food services and customer service industry. Youth selected to participate in the project will participate in 25 weeks of paid training, including soft skill development in employment readiness workshops, hard skill development in the kitchen at the YMCA, and the opportunity for a placement in the community. Five youth will be selected to participate in the training.
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