Presentation on theme: "The Career Foundation Employment Ontario Orientation Session."— Presentation transcript:
The Career Foundation Employment Ontario Orientation Session
Employment Ontario Full Suite Services ONE STOP SHOP employment services customized to meet job seeker’s individual needs SERVICES 1. Client Service Planning & Coordination 2. Resource & Information (including referrals & training) 3. Job Search Support 4. Job Matching, Placements & Incentives 5. Job Retention Support
New Services Employment Ontario Service Model launched in Ontario 2006 with the Apprenticeship Program fully implemented across Ontario as of August 1st, 2010.
Purpose: To help unemployed Ontarians to find sustainable employment.
Vision of Employment Ontario: Ontario will have the most educated people highly skilled workforce in North America in order to build the province’s competitive advantage.
Employment Ontario’s Service Promise will: Ensure the highest quality of service and support to help individuals meet their career or hiring goals Provide opportunities to make it easier for individuals to improve their skills through education and training Ensure that no matter which Employment Ontario office an individual walks into, they will get the help they need Work with employers and communities to build the highly skilled, highly educated workforce Ontario needs to be competitive
The Career Foundation offers the following through MTCU’s Employment Ontario model: 1.Client Service Planning & Coordinating Needs Assessment Employment Service Plan Referrals 2.Resource & Information Labour market information Job search/career resources Information on education & training Computers/Internet 3.Job Search Individual assistance in career decision making, goal setting, skills analysis & interview, employment preparation and job search support 4.Job Matching, Placement and Incentives Matching of skills and interest with employment opportunities and job seeker needs. Depending on training needs, incentives can be provided 5.Job Training and Retention Additional coaching and mentoring to maintain employment, complete training, or proceed to the next steps of your career path
Guide to Services in Ontario Employment Ontario: Find out how and where you can access many government services http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/search.html http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/search.html http://www.ontario.ca/ http://www.ontario.ca/ 211 Ontario and Toronto: Offers easy access to community, social, health and related government services http://www.211ontario.ca/ http://www.211ontario.ca/ http://www.211toronto.ca/splash.jsp http://www.211toronto.ca/splash.jsp Settlement Services: Provides information and answers to settle in Ontario http://www.settlement.org/ http://www.settlement.org/
Eligibility FOR INDEPENDENT JOB SEARCH - UNASSISTED All Ontarians FOR 1-1 ASSISTANCE IN JOB SEARCH -ASSISTED Unemployed: working less than 20 hours per week Not in Full-time studies/training Legally entitled to work in Canada Based on individual employment service needs
How to access Employment Ontario services O PTION # 1 – A CCESS R ESOURCES & I NFO If you wish to use career/computer resources & job search workshops to job search on your own O PTION # 2 – I NDIVIDUALIZED EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT If you need one-to-one assistance to look for work 1. Complete the following form: http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/eopg/publications/87-1734E- es_participant_registration.doc 2. Attend an appointment with an Employment Counsellor to assess employment needs 3. Obtain a customized Employment Service Plan 4. Attend job search coaching sessions until you get a job
Employment Ontario offices – Toronto West Career Foundation. Ontario Employment Services Etobicoke Employment Centre 416-235-1091 Career Foundation. Ontario Employment Services Lawrence Square Employment Centre 416-243-0066 Weston Employment Centre 416-789-4862 YMCA of Greater Toronto. Employment and Community Services. Etobicoke. Ontario Employment Services Albion Mall, 1530 Albion Rd Unit 83, Toronto, ON M9V 1B4 416-741-8714 YMCA of Greater Toronto. Employment and Community Services. Etobicoke. Ontario Employment Services Humber College. Ontario Employment Services. North Etobicoke 1620 Albion Rd 2nd Fl, Toronto, ON M9V 4B4 416-748-7200 Humber College. Ontario Employment Services. North Etobicoke PTP -- Adult Learning and Employment Programs. Ontario Employment Services 5415 Dundas St West Ste 106, Toronto, ON M9B 1B5 416-239-8802 PTP -- Adult Learning and Employment Programs. Ontario Employment Services JobStart. Ontario Employment Services. Lake Shore Boulevard 2930 Lake Shore Blvd West, Toronto, ON M8V 1J4 416-231-2295 JobStart. Ontario Employment Services. Lake Shore Boulevard Community MicroSkills Development Centre. Ontario Employment Services 1 Vulcan St, Toronto, ON M9W 1L3 416-247-7181 Community MicroSkills Development Centre. Ontario Employment Services
Referral Process 1. Call the Employment Ontario office to set up a screening appointment 2. Complete T HE C AREER F OUNDATION R EFERRAL F ORM with signatures 3. Have the client come into the Employment Ontario office with a completed Referral form
Question & Answer Period
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