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每天免费的EI+SC+职业培训 咨询和评估

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【所属黄页】成人培训 【更新时间】2018年12月28日
【服务价格】[ 面议 ]  
联系人Maggie or James 【联系电话】416-493-8447
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【服务地区】士嘉堡 【地图信息】[ 点击查看 ]
【具体位置】2901 Sheppard Ave.East, 2nd Floor,Scarborough,ON, M1T 3J3
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失业不用怕,EI+Second Career+职业培训来帮忙:

1.如果你刚失业,申请EI有任何疑虑请咨询Ms. Maggie 416-493-8447

2.如果你在2005年1月1日以后曾经失业过,请关注第二职业政府资助培训项目,任何疑虑请咨询Ms. Maggie  416-493-8447

政府资助的第二职业培训包含以下费用:

安省政府对失业者再就业提供了一种特别的资助,资助可达$28,000, 甚至更高。根据个人及家庭的工作经历,及收入评估,符合申请者,可获得:

学费+书本费+交通费+生活费+daycare fee+others

拿起电话吧,一个电话416-493-8447 搞定你的所有疑虑!

Second Career Counsellor Ms. Maggie 用她超过10年的工作经验和数百个成功案例为您提供从咨询到申请到批复一条龙的免费服务

Office address:2901 Sheppard Ave. East, 2nd Floor, Scarborough, ON M1T 3J3

我校网址: http://www.ctcmpc.ca

Map of 2901 Sheppard Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1T 3J3

Second Career最新相关政策:

Questions about the status of Second Career

Ontario's Second Career program is permanent and will continue to help laid-off workers train for new careers in high-demand fields.

As of June 8, Employment Ontario made changes to application guidelines that mean more laid-off Ontarians will be eligible for Second Career. Modifications have been made to the application guidelines for criteria including length of job search and unemployment, work history and skills. Talk to staff at an Employment Ontario assessment centre to see if Second Career is a good fit for you.

Ontario invests over $1 billion annually in Employment Ontario programs designed to help Ontarians looking for work.

We continue to work closely with laid-off workers through Employment Ontario services, such as:

    • Ontario Job Creation Partnerships;
    • The Rapid Re-Employment and Training Service;
    • Job placement services, such as résumé writing and interview preparation; and
    • Literacy and Basic Skills upgrading

The Employment Ontario network is helping more than one million Ontarians, including over 100,000 employers across Ontario.

The 2010 Speech from the Throne announced the five-year Open Ontario plan to create an Ontario even more open to new ideas, new people, new investment and new jobs.

As of June 8, Employment Ontario made changes to application guidelines that mean more laid-off Ontarians will be eligible for Second Career. Modifications have been made to the application guidelines for criteria including length of job search and unemployment, work history and skills. Talk to staff at an Employment Ontario assessment centre to see if Second Career is a good fit for you.

You will need to provide the ministry with proof such as job ads in your local newspaper or a letter from an employer that intends to hire. Your Employment Ontario assessment centre can advise you on how to best gather this information.

A survey conducted of Second Career students shows that 93 per cent of students have graduated, and over 61 per cent have found jobs within an average of three months.

Applicants currently applying or thinking of applying

The length of the application process can be different for everyone and depends on how long it takes an applicant to complete and submit their Second Career application.

Choice of training

Second Career is designed to provide laid-off workers with skills training to help them find jobs in high-demand occupations in Ontario. Its purpose is to provide training that helps laid-off workers move to better jobs than they could obtain without training, such as those with higher skills.

Financial assistance

You are asked to include detailed financial information with your application for Second Career. Staff with the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities will evaluate individual need and determine the amount of financial support the ministry will provide you through Second Career.

The new Second Career guidelines do not change this process and you may be asked to contribute more for your training.

The maximum support Second Career provides for tuition, books and other instructional costs, transportation, and basic living allowance is $28,000. Additional support may be available for: disability accommodation, dependent care, living away from home, and academic upgrading

Yes, you may take a temporary job while applying for Second Career, but be sure to talk to your Employment Ontario assessment centre about your plans and financial needs.

A temporary job is one that pays less than $423 per week and requires a skill level of NOC D, as classified in the Statistics Canada NOC skills matrix.

Any earnings will be taken into account in determining your eligibility for Second Career and financial support for your training.


我校网址: http://www.ctcmpc.ca



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