WorkBC Langley has developed three modules to assist you to explore careers, to guide your job search and to assist you to keep your new job. Each module includes information, tools and interactive activities that you can use on your schedule and at your own place. Get started today!
January 26, 2023
Children and adults with physical, emotional, and developmental disabilities benefit immensely from programs at the North Fraser Therapeutic Riding Association. However, the association depends... Read More
January 25, 2023
As labour shortages cause anxiety across the construction industry, B.C.’s new minister of state for workforce development says it’s time to get youth into the trades and make it easier for... Read More
January 24, 2023
Airport Day is back this year. This year the focus of the event will be on Careers in Aviation and will showcase the many jobs and responsibilities in the aviation industry. As well, a wide array of... Read More
January 19, 2023
Langley School District is looking to hire uncertified teachers as districts throughout B.C. struggle to find classroom staff. Most teachers in B.C. are certified through the B.C. Teachers’... Read More
November 15, 2022
Olha is a displaced Ukrainian who arrived in Canada in August 2022. She has over 6 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry and came to WorkBC Langley looking for assistance to obtain a... Read More
The Interview skills workshop provides clients with the experience to learn about what skills are required in order to have a successful interview, and what interviewers are generally looking for in a candidate. After this workshop, you will be better prepared to answer interview questions and have a better understanding at building rapport with the interviewer.
After this workshop, you will learn how to create a resume targeted to a job posting to achieve the best chance of being selected for an employment interview. This workshop includes resume types, development of the highlights of qualifications, profile section, and tips for applicant tracking systems (ATS).
In this workshop clients learn best practices of how to communicate in the workplace, as well as strategies to maintain effective communication. Participants learn about handling stress, gossip and punctuality. By learning how to communicate better, participants will interact in a more constructive and productive manner, making the workplace a positive and thriving environment.
*Please contact WorkBC Langley at: 604-360-4196 or email@example.com for the exact time of the workshops.
If you would like to learn more about these workshops and events, please contact us at: 604-360-4196 or firstname.lastname@example.org