It could be for any number of reasons; relocation, layoffs, finally giving the boss that telling-off he really deserved.
Whatever the situation, here you are.
Employment services for youth aged 16 to 24 including counselling, training opportunities, apprenticeship info, workshops, a resource centre, job placements and more. Located in The Skill Centre at 141 Dundas St., 2nd floor, London, ON, N6A 1G3, telephone 519-432-1112. This also includes the Springbank Employment and Learning Centre at 360 Springbank Drive, London, ON. N6J 1G5, telephone 519-474-4946.
Employment preparation, job search and GED services to the general public with a special focus on newcomers and internationally trained individuals.
Pathways offers employment preparation workshops, skills training programs, English language training and job placement services to assist eligible employment seekers.
A non-profit agency that connects mature workers with employers. A membership fee is required.
A full range of employment services for those with physical disabilities.
Skills assessment, employment counselling, life skills and computer literacy services for the general public. Employment and training programs for persons of native ancestry.
The Employment Support Program assists Ontario Works recipients, with an emphasis on newcomers.
Free training programs include hospitality (food service and preparation) and computer/employment skills. Smart Serve and WHMIS training for a fee.
Services include career counselling, employment preparation workshops, the Job Finding Club, and placement opportunities. Assistance is also available for internationally trained individuals