Shabot Obaadjiwan Course Gains Media Attention

Written by  Jeff Green A construction worker training course co-sponsored by the St. Lawrence College Employment Centre in Sharbot Lake and the Shabot Obaadjiwan First Nation, is wrapping up this week, and Chief Doreen Davis is pleased with the results. The 8 week course was designed for self identified indigenous youth (under 29) interested in […]

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CSC Commissioner Don Head to Address CLPI Graduates

St. Lawrence College (SLC) and Corporate Learning and Performance Improvement (CLPI) are celebrating the fourth graduating cohort from the Ontario Region of the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) whose managers have completed SLC’s specialized Leadership for Managers training program. A special ceremony will be held on Friday, April 7 from 1pm to 4 pm in […]

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3 Tips to Increase Trust in the Workplace

March Performance Tip

How to Foster Trust at Work Success in business requires trusting colleagues. When your organizations money and resources are on the line, how can you do a better job of gauging trustworthiness and thereby improve the probability of success? Here are 3 tips to affect behaviour. 3 Tips to Increase Trust in the Workplace from […]

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Workforce Development Solutions

Our vision is to help advance careers, businesses and our communities through workforce development solutions. We are dedicated to up-skilling employees and are focused on optimizing growth and revenue for organizations in Eastern Ontario. Our Employment Service program leverages technology platforms and services to connect job seekers with employers and offers funding grants and resources […]

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Roy van der Mull Earns Competent Communicator Recognition From Toastmasters International!

Category: Featured, News

We are pleased and excited to share that our facilitator Roy van der Mull has earned the Competent Communicator recognition from Toastmasters International! The Communication Program is a self-paced training program that helps participants improve their speaking skills in a club environment. To achieve Competent Communicator recognition, participants must complete a series of rigorous assignments that provide instruction […]

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Earn While You Learn: Aboriginal Pathways to Employment

Brockville Partnerships to Employment

ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH KAGITA MIKAM presents the Aboriginal Pathways to Employment Tyendinaga Program to help prepare you for employment. This 15-week program will provide you with the skills employers are looking for. The first three weeks will provide paid employability skills training, resume preparation, and certification in WHMIS, First Aid/CPR/AED and SafetyTraining, […]

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Earn While You Learn! Partnership to Employment 2017

About Placement Students

St. Lawrence College is presenting the Carleton Place Partnerships to Employment Program to help prepare you for employment. This 17-week program will provide you with the skills employers are looking for. The first three weeks will provide paid employability skills training, resume preparation, and certifications in WHMIS, First Aid/CPR/AED and Safety Training, followed by a […]

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Employers Wanted!

ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE PRESENTS The Shabot Obaadjiwan Pre-Construction program is designed to assist youth obtain work experience by providing a financial incentive to employers and organizations who hire and help youth transition into the labour force and gain skills. The program participant will be 30 years of age or younger and currently seeking full-time employment. […]

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Employers Wanted!

Brockville Partnerships to Employment

ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE PRESENTS the Aboriginal Pathways to Employment Tyendinaga Program that is designed to assist youth obtain work experience by providing a financial incentive to employers and organizations who hire and help youth transition into the labour force and gain skills. The program participant will be 30 years of age or younger and seeking full-time […]

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Local Resources Can Help You!

February Performance Tip

February’s Leadership Tip: Be aware of the local resources that are available to you. Being aware of the resources available to you, as it may play to your advantage. From Employment Service’s Job Board to the Canada-Ontario Job Grant, there are programs and services available to help leverage your business. For example, the Business Development arm […]

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