Event: Mentoring Session: Careers in Child Care (English)
This workshop is open to persons that have worked in child care in their first country and want to learn about or work in this field in Canada. Session will cover the process, required education and licensing to work or run a child care in Canada as well as answer the following:
- How can I open a licensed child care?
- What are the different careers in child care?
- What training do I need to be able to work in child care?
- Where are all these trainings offered on the North Shore?
- Labour job market in this field
In genearl, the Employment Mentoring Program can help you:
- Meet a Canadian professional from your field
- Understand different work options available to you
- Meet other new immigrants with whom you can share your stories, experiences and successes
For more information or to register, contact Homa Soltani at email@example.com or 604.988.2931
|Organization Name:||North Shore Multicultural Society|
|Start Date:||2017-08-16 13:00|
|End Date:||2017-08-16 15:00|
|Location:||North Shore Multicultural Society|
207 - 123 East 15th Street
As of 2014, around the world there are 19.5 million refugees of concern to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Most of these refugees are in Asian and in Africa.
Images of CANN services provided to new immigrants, including government-assisted and privately-sponsored refugees, at Vancouver International Airport.
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