Calling local employers to a round table.
Nov 18, 2016
Do you hire professionals in Occupational Health and Safety roles? Or do you employ Information System Analysts and Consultants in your organization? We need your input to help develop important training initiatives for the workforce!
Ontario is investing $3.35 million over two years through the Ontario Bridge Training Program Funds to assist internationally trained professionals find jobs that match their skills and experience. This investment will support eleven new bridge training projects.
And we need your input and expertise. What are the skills required by these professional roles? What transferable skills do you look for? How do you find talent? Are there gaps in the current workforce? What do you see in the future?
We would like to invite you to take part in one of a series of Employer roundtables. Each session should last no longer than 2.5 hours and will be hosted at Seneca’s Markham Campus with refreshments provided. We want to learn directly from you how Seneca can design a bridge training program that meets your workforce needs.
If you would like to take part in one of these Employer dialogues, email Nerys Dockery at email@example.com confirming attendance for one of the following sessions.
Dec. 1, 2016: 8:00am-10:30am. Occupational Health and Safety Round Table Discussion
Dec. 1, 2016: 1:00pm-3:30pm. Information Systems Analyst/Consultants Round Table Discussion
Your support of this important initiative is greatly appreciated. Thank you sincerely from the Seneca College Project Team
Seneca College is pleased to have developed a number of strategic partnerships on their “Bridging Newcomers to Related and Alternate Careers in Engineering and Natural Sciences” project. This initiative builds on Seneca’s current bridging programs by linking the needs of Employers with Internationally Educated Professionals with a background in engineering and natural science who are seeking licensure or employment in mandatory regulated occupations or in high skilled non-regulated occupations, in the areas of Occupational Health and Safety and Information Systems Analysts and Consultants. For more information on Bridge Training Programs visit: http://www.ontarioimmigration.ca/en/working/OI_BRIDGE.html