Upcoming Job Readiness Workshops (JRW)
We are planning to deliver our job-readiness workshops in a face-to-face** setting in September 2020.
You must attend the two weeks of workshops. Spaces are limited so register today to secure your place.
Time: All workshop days run from 9.00 (registration) 9:15 AM to 2.30 PM
Week 1 14 and 15 September 2020
- 14 Sep – Effective Networking Skills
- 14 Sep – Developing a Career Strategy
- 15 Sep – Using LinkedIn for job-search
- 15 Sep – Contracts
Week 2 – 21 and 22 September 2020
- 21 Sep – Australian Workplace Culture
- 21 Sep – Resume Writing
- 22 Sep – Cover letter writing
- 22 Sep – Effective Interview skills
** The workshop delivery format is subject to change depending on COVID-19 restrictions and physical distancing rules.
Kaleidoscope organises a workshop series targeted at skilled newcomer (migrant and refugee) professionals. These workshops are designed to boost noewcomers’ job-readiness and employability by providing tools to seek, secure and maintain professional jobs in Australia.
The following topics are covered in these workshops:
- Effective Networking skills
- Developing a Career Strategy
- Australian Workplace Culture/Contracts
- Using LinkedIn for job-search
- Resume writing
- Cover letter writing
- Interview skills
Here is what past attendees are saying about the JRW sessions:
“Very good session and gives you a great idea about job searches and creating networking.” Rabar Affrin
“Resourceful; I could have done my past interviews better had I completed this session earlier.” Dorji Yangka
“The information was very valuable, I have worked in Australian work environment and sometimes for me is difficult to understand why things are done in “X” way. It is important to undersdant and follow the rules in the workplace and also have open mind for everything, just in that way I will be able to feel more comfortable about this.” Diana Mendez.
“It was such a productive session, it helped me to reflect on the process to develop my career strategy parting from my values.” Ana Marin.
These sessions are generally scheduled to start at 9:30 AM and conclude at 2:30 PM on all workshop days so parents with school-going children can also attend. However, some series may be scheduled at an alternate time for operational reasons.