Past Events from August 19, 2021 – December 16, 2021 – Page 2 – Get In The Know Past Events from August 19, 2021 – December 16, 2021 – Page 2 – Get In The Know

CCDI Webinar: Diversity and inclusion 101 – Practical initiatives you can start today

Hosted by: Devika Pandey Successfully implementing a diversity and inclusion strategy in the workplace can seem like a painstaking and lengthy process. D&I 101 dials the discussion back to the basics and fundamentals which are necessary for future growth and progress of your D&I initiatives. NOTE: This webinar is being offered for free. Disclaimer: The Canadian Centre for … Continued

Career Paths Info Session – Nursing Pathway in BC

Are you an internationally educated nurse looking for support to pursue Registered Nursing in BC? The pathway to licensure for IENs can be a challenging one to navigate. Regulatory body requirements, language assessments, and cost are just some of the obstacles that IENs must overcome while working toward their nursing registration in BC. At this … Continued

H.E.A.L. for Work Program for Women — Info Session

Attend this online information session every Tuesday at 11:30 am, to learn about the H.E.A.L. for Work Program for Women at DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society in Surrey, BC. The program takes an empowerment approach to career services for women survivors of violence or trauma. The H.E.A.L. program offers: Participation incentive: gift cards and tuition fee … Continued

Tech Career Fair

Tech Career Fair focuses on helping companies achieve their diversity and inclusivity initiatives with more diverse non-traditional candidates. The Tech Career Fair features hiring partners from fast growing startups and Fortune 500 companies in technology.  There will be a focus on helping companies achieve their diversity and inclusivity initiative with more diverse candidates to their … Continued

Amazon Hiring Event

Amazon is opening a new location in Langley! Register for this ONLINE Hiring Fair to learn about the jobs, wages and benefits. Tuesday, August 17, 2021, at 10 am. Register by sending us an email to: info@workbc-langley.com

Safe spaces and effective conflict resolution

The Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI) presents this webinar to help you reinstall the building blocks of safe spaces and explore effective conflict resolution practices.

Diversity and Culture – Strategies for Working with Differences

This virtual workshop, by Winnipeg-based Achieve Centre for Leadership, examines specific elements of diversity and culture as they relate to communicating, power differentials, and experiences of discrimination. Some of the Topics Included: ·         Language Considerations – How We Talk ·         Culture Differences and Conflict ·         Communicating Across Difference ·         Culture and … Continued

Hiring Events with WorkBC

Are you or someone you know looking for work? WorkBC is pleased to host back-to-back virtual hiring events on Thursday, September 2! Meet representatives from KIEWIT, one of North America's largest and most respected engineering and construction companies and CBSA, the Canada Border Services Agency. Both are HIRING for exciting opportunities in the lower mainland! … Continued

Understanding Credential Evaluation for Education, Employment and Licensing Purposes

The S.U.C.C.E.S.S Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) Loan Project will be conducting the following FREE Session for internationally trained Professionals: Understanding Credential Evaluation for Education, Employment and Licensing Purposes on September 2, at 3 pm via Zoom. Join Monica Biscoveanu, case manager from the FCR Loan Project, for information on how to use credential evaluation for … Continued

Opening the Door to Truth and Reconciliation

On Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, September 30, 2021, Derek Thompson – Thlaapkiituup, of the Ditidaht First Nation on the west coast of Vancouver Island, will present this dynamic educational workshop. Opening the door to Truth and Reconciliation is an expression of wanting to understand our individual and collective roles in the … Continued