Services

Self Serve Services

Self-serve services provide all BC job seekers with readily available job search tools, information, equipment, services and supports that can be accessed independently or with minimal support.

Resources to help you tackle your job search independently include a variety of job search tools and career exploration information such as:

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  • Internet Access
  • Resume & Cover Letter Information
  • Computers and Printers
  • Photocopying & Faxing Service
  • Access to telephone for work search
  • Assisted Computer Lab
  • Apprenticeship Information

More Resources from our Lending Library:

  • College Calendars
  • Self Employment Information
  • Books on Career Planning
  • Books on resumes and samples
  • Business Magazines

Case Management

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Specific Services

Our Case Managers help assess your employment requirements and work in collaboration with you to develop a “Return to Work Action Plan” that is unique to your goals and needs. From job search to career planning — we provide up-to-date information and referrals for:

  • Financial assistance for employment skills training and education
  • Assistance with self-employment
  • Wage subsidies
  • On-the-job support with our Job Developer/Coach
  • Supported employment for people with disabilities
  • Trades, apprentice and construction program referrals

Training

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For more information, please visit the WorkBC site:

workbc.ca/Work-BC-Centres/Pages/Services-Supports.aspx

 

Workshops

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Topics offered:

  • Internet/Email/Computer Basics
  • Creating & Updating Your Resume
  • Work Search Strategies
  • Social Media and Work Search
  • Networking and Dress for Success
  • Labour Market Information
  • Job Interview Readiness
  • Transferable Skills
  • Budgeting

Specialized Services

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