Tag Archives: Employment skills

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Job Seekers Program – Resumes

Think writing a resume is all about what you did and where you worked? Think again! Learn all about resume styles as well as do’s and don’ts for job finding, especially while living with epilepsy.

This workshop is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Employment Services Department and is part of the Job Seekers Program: a four-week employment program that equips job seekers living with epilepsy and related conditions, with the skills they need to successfully navigate today’s job market. 

For more information on how to join this workshop, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our workshops.

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Job Seekers Program – Dissecting Job Postings

Have you ever read a job posting and wondered if this job is for you, or come across a job posting with content you didn’t understand? This workshop will show you how to deconstruct a job posting into information that is easily understood. 

This workshop is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Employment Services Department and is part of the Job Seekers Program: a four-week employment program that equips job seekers living with epilepsy and related conditions, with the skills they need to successfully navigate today’s job market. 

For more information on how to join this workshop, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our workshops.

Graphic of a scalpel inserted into a job posting

Job Seekers Program – Dissecting Job Postings

Have you ever read a job posting and wondered if this job is for you, or come across a job posting with content you didn’t understand? This workshop will show you how to deconstruct a job posting into information that is easily understood. 

This workshop is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Employment Services Department and is part of the Job Seekers Program: a four-week employment program that equips job seekers living with epilepsy and related conditions, with the skills they need to successfully navigate today’s job market. 

For more information on how to join this workshop, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our workshops.

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Job Seekers Program – Job Search Strategy

 We all know about the different parts of job search, but how can you make them work for you? The Job Search Strategy workshop covers what things to consider when looking for a job including the types of employers, how to tap the job market and how to create a 90-day job search plan that will knock your socks off.

This workshop is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Employment Services Department and is part of the Job Seekers Program: a four-week employment program that equips job seekers living with epilepsy and related conditions, with the skills they need to successfully navigate today’s job market. 

For more information on how to join this workshop, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our workshops.

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ChatGPT for Job Search

Welcome to the CHAT GPT workshop on Job Search Prompts!

Whether you’re a recent graduate, a seasoned professional, or someone looking to switch careers, this workshop is designed to help you succeed in the job market. The focus will be to provide you with practical examples of ChatGPT prompts that will lead you to great results in navigating the job search process.

We will cover a wide range of topics, including research summarization, job market penetration, job posting analysis, resume customization, cover letter writing, editing, LinkedIn optimization, networking, interview preparation and post-interview. You will learn how to leverage prompts to craft compelling resumes, customize cover letters, optimize your LinkedIn profile, and network effectively.

Our expert instructors will guide you through each topic, providing you with hands-on experience and personalized feedback. By the end of the workshop, you will have a comprehensive toolkit to help you land your dream job. Join us for an immersive and practical learning experience that will set you up for success in your job search!

Register online here.

This workshop is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Employment Services Department and is open to all to attend.

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Job Seekers Program – Cover Letters

If you thought your written introduction to employers started and finished with the resume, think again. In this workshop, we offer you practical tips on writing cover letters that get noticed.

This workshop is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Employment Services Department and is part of the Job Seekers Program: a four-week employment program that equips job seekers living with epilepsy and related conditions, with the skills they need to successfully navigate today’s job market. 

For more information on how to join this workshop, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our workshops.

graphic of a resume

Job Seekers Program – Resumes

Think writing a resume is all about what you did and where you worked? Think again! Learn all about resume styles as well as do’s and don’ts for job finding, especially while living with epilepsy.

This workshop is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Employment Services Department and is part of the Job Seekers Program: a four-week employment program that equips job seekers living with epilepsy and related conditions, with the skills they need to successfully navigate today’s job market. 

For more information on how to join this workshop, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our workshops.

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Executive Functions Workshop

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Executive Functions are a skill set located in the brain’s prefrontal cortex that are responsible for numerous self-regulating competencies. These include working memory, planning and organization and sustaining attention. Many people with epilepsy struggle in the workplace with these and other elements. Join us for this workshop which will explore executive funtions and help you learn how issues can be accommodated. 

Register online here.

This workshop is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Employment Services Department and is open to all to attend.