Training and Events

Virtual Job Fair

White text on a black background says Virtual Job Fair. May 11 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Register today at flemingcrew@flemingcollege.caThank you to job seekers and employers for participating in our Job Fair on May 11! 

If you missed it, ask us now how you can connect local employers who might be looking for you!

Contact Us!

(705) 457-2020
flemingcrew@flemingcollege.ca

 

Skill Development for Job Seekers and Employers

Online Courses for Employers

Our free training modules offer tips on how to better your workplace and your business’ bottom line. Course times vary from 4 minutes to 90 minutes.
View our employer course library

Free Training for Job Seekers

An image of a person operating a heavy equipment simulator.Heavy Equipment Simulator Training

Take our FREE, one-day heavy equipment simulator training that will help you discover what it’s like to operate heavy equipment in the construction, forestry, or agriculture industries.  Training includes a workshop that will help you explore career pathways that lead to long-term employment in a well-paid career. Training is free for anyone 18+ and unemployed (or underemployed – less than 20 hours/week). We have sessions running from now until June 21. Space is limited, reserve your seat today! E-mail us at flemingcrew@flemingcollege.ca.

A women over 50 smiling with text below that says 50+ Transitions: Working with Experience training program for people over 50. Register today. 705-457-202050+ Transitions: Working with Experience

Free part-time training program for people over 50
looking to re-enter the workforce or change careers. 

 

Job Seeker Workshops

Our FREE employability skills workshops will help you prepare for employment and help you stand out in the job market. Most workshops are 2 hours in length and are available in-person and online.

Discuss what influences job choices, the benefits of working, and explore the hidden job market for possible opportunities.

Explore and understand yourself while appreciating differences in others. Be a more effective communicator in your relationships, your work, and in your life.

Explore how personality impacts interactions in the workplace with customers and co-workers. Pre-requisite: Personality Dimensions

Get to know yourself by taking an inventory of your values, interests, skills, and strengths. Learn how this plays a key role in your job satisfaction.

Review the value of time management in the workplace and explore strategies to best manage time in your personal and professional life.

Explore what a team is, the benefits of teamwork, and how to improve your teamwork skills.

Learn key elements of body language and verbal communication. Apply communication tactics and discuss topics for professional workplace conversations.

Learn techniques to routinely deliver positive customer experiences, deal effectively with difficult customers, and demonstrate a positive, confident, and professional approach.

Explore strategies to use e-mail, text messaging apps and social media effectively and professionally at work and for job searching.

Learn to recognize default conflict style patterns to improve self-awareness and explore positive solutions for resolving workplace conflicts.

Learn to recognize and address problems as they arise and acquire the skills to solve problems in an effective and timely manner.

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