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Hire a young person through Employment Service, Youth Job Connection or Youth Job Connection Summer – see how these programs can benefit you as an employer and learn more about new financial incentives for small businesses.

As an employer, you benefit from hiring a young person.

You can get:

  • $1,000-$2,000 through the Employing Young Talent Incentive, for hiring and retaining a young person (15 to 29 years old), if you are:
    -A small business with fewer than 100 employees, through Employment Service (new)
    -An employer of any size, through Youth Job Connection
  • Financial incentives for hiring a high school student (15 to 18 years old) through the Youth Job Connection Summer program
  • Additional financial help to offset training costs
  • An employee who is ready to work following a series of job-preparation workshops
  • Job coaches who provide ongoing support to you and your employee

You have to work with Employment Ontario to set the amount of money needed to hire and train someone through Youth Job Connection or Youth Job Connection Summer. It's based on the specific skill level of the person you want to hire and the amount of the on-the-job training you're offering.

Who qualifies

To hire a young person, you must:

  • Prove you are licensed to operate in Ontario
  • Comply with workplace, human rights and labour legislation
  • Have workplace safety and liability insurance
  • Offer job opportunities taking place in Ontario

Who does not qualify

While municipal governments may qualify for supports, federal and provincial governments can't apply for Youth Job Connection or the summer component, Youth Job Connection Summer.

If you're already getting other government financial support for a particular position, you don't qualify.

For more information, or to apply for the EYTI program, please contact: eyti@tcet.com

 

I came to The Centre for Education & Training at Don Mills and sat with Hazel, who explained the job search process to me, coached me on improving my communication and interview skills; helped me in writing a good resume and connected me with The City of Toronto for the Camp Counselling position. This which was my very first job and I am really thankful for all the help I got which allowed me to obtain my first position.  Thank you to the YJL program.

I am still working for The City of Toronto in different positions such as drop-in, after school recreation centre and as a Basketball Instructor / Monitor.  I believe that because of this opportunity given to me at such a young age, doors will be opened for me to get a job with The City when I am finished school.

Based on my experience, I encourage youth and adults to join The Centre for Education & Training to pursue a great future in their career of choice.

-Helen A.

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"In the need of the hour Centre for Education & Training gave me the basic orientation which a newcomer to this country is essentially looking for in order to settle down and pursue his goals. Today I am more confident and able to support myself."

-Helen K


Zaidoon & Meena, a Syrian couple who recently moved from the U.S. to Canada came to the NIC Sussex Centre seeking guidance and support as they were at risk of losing Ontario Works supports. The information required was confusing to the couple and there were struggling with providing sufficient financial information required by Ontario Works. A NIC counsellor was able to guide the clients and provide them with information on how to gather the information required to continue receiving the financial support that was needed by them to cover their basic needs. Within one week their issue was resolved and they were able to continue receiving the financial support. The clients continue accessing NIC services for other settlement related supports and as a result, they are eligible for further settlement assistance.

-Zaidoon & Meena


It feels really great to share my story. I feel I got a great start to my life in Canada. It was June 21st 2016 when I came to the Centre for Education and Training, Brampton East location for the first time. I just wanted to collect my Welcome pack. I did not know then, that along with the welcome kit, I would also get valuable advice which would change the future course of my career. The NIC team at the Brampton East location guided me and referred to the bridging and co-op programs. I joined the Business and Careers program at St. Gabriel College and coincidently, got my placement at the Brampton East Centre. I was so elated!  My placement was one of my best work experiences. Everybody was so professional, knowledgeable and warm at the same time. I learnt a lot not only in terms of work but also skills which are paramount for efficient performance in any field.

 I have utmost respect for everyone at TCET and still cherish my days that I spent there as a student. I enjoyed it so much that my 14-week placement came to an end very quickly. Luckily, I was hired as an Admin Assistant with one of the TCET centres.

 

Thank you TCET for showing me the right direction shaping my career.

-NIC Client

 “It was around 2 weeks after we landed here in Toronto when me and my wife sought the services of TCET. The staff were very accommodating and friendly and assigned me to my Career Specialist, Ms. Elaine. Through her, I was able to tune up my resume and cover letter to align on the job postings and to suit what the employers are looking for. As we came from a country wherein job search is quite easy for young professionals, it was becoming exhausting and frustrating as weeks have been passing without having any job interviews. But with the help of Ms. Elaine and TCET, we were briefed that such waiting time is “normal” in Canada and informed that getting a job will definitely take some time especially for newcomers like us. After a month and a half, I was then referred to a job developer, Mr. Nishan, who have some contacts from companies in my field. Through him, I was able to schedule my very first job interview. A week after, I got my first job here in Canada!

I truly appreciate what TCET has done to prepare and help me get my first job in Canada. Without them, I may still be unemployed right now and may even have no interviews at all. They have been in the industry for so long that they exactly know how job hunting works and how to be “seen” by employers. I will definitely recommend TCET for those job seekers particularly the newcomers like me.” 

 Neil Dela Cruz.

 

"Parliament Employment Services has provided me with the perfect environment and all the facilities needed to implement my self-marketing process. Here, I found all the materials needed to build my database of contacts."

– Mary L.

"I really appreciate the Centre for Education & Training because now I have a fantastic new resume.  For the first time in my life I went to a Job Fair fully prepared and now I’ve been offered a job!"

– Barry D.

I signed up for all [workshops] and they were outstanding! Not only were they very informative, the facilitators were professional, friendly and made you feel relaxed during such a  very stressful time of being unemployed. They actually made them fun! I also had a great career counselor named Arvinder assigned to me and having her to lean on and help with pretty much everything was such a relief!

I eventually decided that I would apply to go back to school through Second Career… It was an arduous process but with Arvinder helping and supporting me I was very lucky to be accepted and this January will be attending George Brown to become a Medical Secretary. Arvinder will continue to help me with whatever I need and I will still be utilizing the workshops and services offered at TCET so that I will be very prepared when it comes time to get a job in my new career!

The Centre for Education & Training has been valuable to me in so many ways and has surpassed all of my expectations!"

– Mary S.

It was 7 months I had moved to the city and funds were running low, that's when I came to Centre for Education & Training. I got immense help from the staff here, specially Ms. Luedeke, who helped me with my resume and cover letter and tweaking them for every job I was applying for. 

Finally in August I got 2 temporary jobs, one with Lowes and the other with Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre. While working in these jobs, I kept on applying and now am happy to inform that I have been offered the post of Guest Service Associate for Carnival Cruise Lines and would be soon flying out to Miami where I board the ship.

Without the constant help and support of the centre, I would not have come this far. 

Thank you all a million times for being there for me and helping me when I needed it the most."

– Dhruv M.

"When I came to the Employment Services Centre, I was frustrated and anxious but my Career Specialist soon put my fears and frustrations to rest.  Krystyna helped me put together an effective resume and cover letter and coached me through my mock interview.  It took three tries, but the third time I was able to effectively answer the interview questions and gain confidence to go out into the real world with a real employer. 

The job preparations workshops were amazing, and through networking I was able to land an interview, which I excelled at, and got a job. 

Thank you Employment Services Centre, for making me job ready."

– Natasha H.

"I am writing to express my complete satisfaction with the services provided to me by Krystyna Zamko, Career Specialist with the Centre for Education & Training.

Krystyna has been most helpful in aiding me with updating my resume and helping me explore different career opportunities.  Identifying my transferable skills and areas of expertise was instrumental in helping me in my job search.

The Centre for Education & Training and the staff have been most helpful in my search for full time employment and I will continue to use the great services at my disposal in order to fulfill my need to once again find a full time position in my field."

– Eric E.

The lay-off was a real eye opener for me and has helped me open my mind to the vast opportunities out there up for grabs to help myself and my family gets ahead in life. YOU can be an even more successful story than myself, it all starts with YOURSELF with the help of Centre for Education & Training. So get started and be an inspiration to everyone!"

– Joel V.

"Awesome Job Preparation Series! I found the topics we covered during the workshop to be of great value. I feel a lot more prepared and understand how to better search for a jobs. I will definitely recommend friends and family that are currently unemployed. Getting the right information gets you closer to your goal."

– David A.

"... I applied for that volunteer job at JusticeNet and went to an interview today.  I got accepted!  It isn't a paying job but I feel that I am one step closer to that Paralegal job I want very much.  The people there are kind and even said that I could ask around lawyers there for information about how to apply for paralegal courses and stuff. 

Andrea, the interview tips you gave in the job preparation series seminar helped immensely to settle my nerves.  I was so very nervous last night and I went over and over the photocopies you gave us so that I could have an idea of what to expect in the interview.  It went well!

Lisa, the resume you helped me revise was so very useful and effective.  Heidi is the executive director for JusticeNet and she said that I was the last one they would be accepting as a volunteer.  She even called personally to set a time for the interview.  I have a feeling she liked my resume.  Thank you for the tips as well as helping me find this volunteer job!"

– Jeffri C.

"Anila worked with me during my job search by providing a great deal support, expertise, and knowledge on job search techniques as well as labour market trends. She reviewed all of my resumes and cover letters, and conducted mock interviews with me to help prepare me for interviews. I found a job within 6 months of working with Anila, which was an excellent fit with my background and experience. Her support throughout this process was exceptional, and was one of the best experiences I have had working with a career counselor."

– Natasha H.

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The Mentoring Partnership

The Centre for Education & Training is proud to announce that we have entered a partnership with the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) to participate in a pilot project that connects our job-ready clients with mentorship opportunities. 

The 1-year long project is part of TRIEC’s flagship program, The Mentoring Partnership (TMP). TMP has been around since 2004 and is a proven intervention that helps immigrants secure better, higher paying employment. In fact 75% of mentees find a job in their occupation or related field within 1 year of completing the program.

During the 2017-2018 fiscal year, we will pilot a coordinated referral process through which our eligible clients will be referred to TMP’s service delivery partners. This is an opportunity to enhance and complement the sector’s existing services while increasing our collective impact. 

If you are an immigrant with a professional background and at least two years of international experience, TRIEC Mentoring Partnership can help you reconnect with your career. With the support of a mentor who works in your field in Canada, you will:

  • Develop job search strategies
  • Better understand Canadian workplace culture
  • Gain labour market insights
  • Build vital professional networks
  • Understand the Canadian context of your profession

What is The Mentoring Partnership? 

The Mentoring Partnership matches employment-ready skilled immigrants with established professionals in an occupation-specific mentoring match. Mentoring has proven to be a vital tool in supporting immigrant job seekers to better understand the Canadian workplace and connect with employment in their field faster and more effectively. 

A coordinated referral partnership can help more skilled newcomers access The Mentoring Partnership while creating an enhanced and complimentary framework for the services offered by various organizations in the sector.

Who can be a mentee?

Mentees must:

  • Have lived in Canada for less than three years and have limited or no Canadian work experience in their profession OR have re-engaged with their profession through academic training or bridging within the past 2 years
  • Have the English skills required to perform effectively in the workplace
  • Have at least three years of international work experience in their area of expertise
  • Have achieved at least a bachelor’s degree – or equivalent post-secondary education – from outside of Canada
  • Be eligible to work in Canada
  • Be currently unemployed or underemployed i.e. not working in their field of expertise
  • Be actively seeking work in their field

TCET  is a Referral Partner of TRIEC’s The Mentoring Partnership

Interested? Contact info@tcet.com to learn how you can qualify.

The Centre For Education & Training is a referral partner in TRIEC Mentoring Partnership - a program of the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council delivered by 12 community partners across the GTA.

For more information please refer to: http://www.thementoringpartnership.com/ or aodorico@tcet.com

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The CLBA is used to determine a newcomer's English language proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing at various stages of development.

The CLBA is an assessment tool rather than a traditional test.  Its purpose is to help place language learners in instruction programs appropriate for their level of competence in English.

The CLBA:

  • Is a task-based assessment instrument
  • Assesses English proficiency on the scale from Benchmark 1 to Benchmark 8
  • Assesses English Listening/Speaking through one-on-one interviews
  • Assesses Reading by means of responses to short answer/multiple choice questions
  • Assesses Writing by means of authentic, life-applicable tasks

CLBA training provides:

  • 5 trainer-facilitated days of intensive instruction, skill application and coaching
  • instruction in test administration protocol
  • instruction in language elicitation interview techniques
  • instruction in analysis and scoring of CLBA Listening/Speaking, Reading and Writing test instruments
  • application of learned skills through practice interviews with ESL students and through study and scoring of authentic test samples
  • CLBA certification
  • a CLBA kit for certified candidates
  • additional CLBA material as developed (e.g. test revisions/updates)
  • invitation to future CLBA professional development workshops/seminars (For Funded Programs)

Assessor Training Eligibility

All candidates for training must meet the Criteria for Candidates for Assessor Training. Candidates and their sponsoring organization/centre will be held responsible for ensuring that all terms and conditions of CLBA use are adhered to, as described in the Agreements.

About the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB):

The Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) are the national standard used in Canada for describing, measuring and recognizing the English language proficiency of adult immigrants and prospective immigrants for living and working in Canada.

The CLB is a descriptive scale of communicative proficiency in English as a Second Language, expressed as benchmarks or reference points. Benchmarks provide a framework of reference for learning, teaching, programming and assessing adult English as a Second Language in Canada, and a national standard for planning second language curricula for a variety of contexts and a common “yardstick” for assessing the outcomes. 

The CLB was developed under the sponsorship of Citizenship and Immigration Canada and provincial governments of Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta.

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The Enhanced Language Training Placement Assessment (ELTPA) (6-10), is a low-stakes assessment tool for placing adult newcomers, mostly internationally trained professionals and trades people, in Enhanced Language Training programs. As the ELT programs deliver work-oriented language training, the assessment focuses on evaluating language skills representative of those required in work or work-readiness settings. The ELTPA (6-10) is referenced to the Canadian Language Benchmarks 2000 and is a task-based instrument addressing a range of genres and themes. The assessment distinguishes communicative competence in four skill areas across a range of abilities from Benchmark 6 and below (6-) to 10 and above (10+). As no distinctions are drawn in proficiency levels at Benchmark 6 or lower, it is intended that the ELTPA be used for assessment of those candidates whose language skills have been evaluated through prior CLB testing to be at Benchmark 6 or higher.

Included in ELTPA Training

  • 1.5 - 2 days of trainer-facilitated intensive instruction, skill application and coaching 
  • Instruction in test administration protocol 
  • Review of interview skills, with a focus on enhanced language clients 
  • Analysis and scoring of case studies 
  • Application of learned skills through practice interviews with candidates whose language skills have been evaluated through prior CLB testing to be at Benchmark 6 or higher 
  • ELTPA (6 – 10) certification 
  • A new ELTPA (6 – 10) kit for certified candidates 
  • Additional ELTPA (6 – 10) material as developed (e.g. test revisions/updates) 

Assessor Training Eligibility

Candidates for ELTPA training must have prior certification in CLBA or CLBPT. All candidates for training must meet the Criteria for Candidates for Assessor Training. Candidates and their sponsoring organization/centre will be held responsible for ensuring that all terms and conditions of CLBA use are adhered to, as described in the Agreements.

The CLBA-LL is a new procedure that combines elements of both CLBA and the former CLBLA.

The Canadian Language Benchmarks for Adult Literacy Learners document published in 2016 introduced a new scale for the measurement of literacy ability.  The scale aligns literacy benchmarks with ESL benchmarks so clients can be placed accurately and served appropriately in the classes that are available to them.

Because literacy placement test results must now be based on the client’s ability to perform literacy tasks in English, the CLBLA can no longer be used in its original design as a measure of first-language literacy.  For this reason, a new procedure known as CLBA-LL has been designed to utilize elements of the CLBA and CLBLA to determine an appropriate benchmark for a client.

Included in CLBA-LL Training

  • 1.5 - 2 days of trainer-facilitated intensive instruction, skill application and coaching 
  • Instruction in test administration protocol 
  • Review of interview skills, with a focus on literacy clients 
  • Analysis and scoring of case studies 
  • Application of learned skills through practice interviews with literacy clients 
  • CLBA-LL certification 
  • A CLBA-LL kit for certified candidates 
  • Additional CLBA-LL material as developed (e.g. test revisions/updates) 

Assessor Training Eligibility

Candidates for CLBA-LL training must have prior CLBA certification. All candidates for training must meet the Criteria for Candidates for Assessor Training. Candidates and their sponsoring organization/centre will be held responsible for ensuring that all terms and conditions of CLBA use are adhered to, as described in the Agreements.

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The Centre for Education & Training is an ever-changing not for profit organization that prides in providing our clients with opportunities that enhance career development which result in professional and personal growth.

We offer a variety of career opportunities including full-time, part-time and contractual positions. We are looking for individuals who will provide service to clients requiring language assessment services, newcomers in need of assistance and information, clients requiring assistance in identifying and overcoming barriers to job search and job placement and youth in need of education and career programs. 

If you enjoy working with clients to help them achieve their career goals and are committed to excellent customer service, please join our dynamic and exceptional team.

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Career Specialist/ Employer Liaison

Job Req. #: 2013-QCIC-121

POSTED ON: Monday, December 16, 2013

DEADLINE: Friday, January 03, 2014 before 4:00 p.m.

Instructor- Distance Education

Job Req. #: 2013-QCIC-119

POSTED ON: Monday, December 09, 2013

DEADLINE: Friday, December 27, 2013 before 4:00 p.m.

 

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