Kaleidoscope Job Readiness Workshop Series for Migrant Women

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Kaleidoscope's Job Readiness Online Workshop Series for Migrant Women will boost your employability skills and confidence in job seeking.

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Kaleidoscope Job Readiness Online Workshop Series for migrant women is a workshop series designed to improve the employability skills of migrant women who have been affected by COVID-19.

Program outcomes:

By the end of this program you will:

  • become job ready
  • have boosted your confidence
  • have gained knowledge of job service providers and relevant tools that may assist in your job hunting.

Eligibility for attendees:

To attend the series, you must:

  1. be a migrant woman
  2. have vocational English language to perform effectively in the workplace of your field (level 3 certificate or higher)
  3. commit to attend all five days of the workshop
  4. you will need a laptop/ tablet or phone for each day of this workshop. If you don't have a smart device please advise upon registration and we can provide information on where and how to book a computer at a public library.

This workshop is designed for women who have limited or no work experience in either their home country or Australia. It is also suitable for women who are transitioning to a new job/career or reconnecting to their career after a break (less than 5 years).

Workshop Schedule (21 February- 25 February 2022) - 5 DAYS

9:00 am to 2:30 pm : Workshop

The following topics will be covered in the online job readiness workshops.

21 February, Monday

  • Developing your networking skills
  • Career strategy

22 February, Tuesday

  • Resumes

23 February, Wednesday

  • Cover letters
  • Interview skills

24 February, Thursday

  • Australian workplace culture
  • LinkedIn for job searching

25 February, Friday

  • Wellness and Family and work planning

Note: when you register, you are registering for all five days of the workshops. You must attend all sessions as per date and times shown above.

The last date to register for these workshops is Thursday 17 February 2022.

Numbers are limited to 15 people. We will confirm you are eligible for the program. If we are oversubscribed then we will put you on waitlist and advise you if a spot becomes available.

Workshops are funded by Lotterywest and delivered online with the support of the City of Canning, City of Swan and City of Stirling in partnership with Kaleidoscope Initiative.

Photography/Video Consent: Participants at Kaleidoscope Initiative and Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program events may be photographed or filmed during the course of the event. By attending a Kaleidoscope event, you agree to be photographed or filmed and give consent that these images may be used for media or promotional purposes. Photos may be shared by Kaleidoscope Initiative with community and employee partners for promotional purposes. Kaleidoscope Initiative will consider reasonable requests to not be photographed or filmed. Please advise the event organisers if you do not wish to be photographed.

Newsletter Subscription: Great news, by registering for this event you will automatically sign-up to receive the Kaleidoscope E-newsletter where you will get useful information about upcoming programs, events and resources. Don't wish to receive our newsletters, no problem, you can opt out at any-time at the bottom of the newsletter.

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The Kaleidoscope Initiative and Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program is being implemented under a partnership between the City of StirlingCity of Canning, City of Swan and Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre and is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services and the Western Australian Government through the Office of Multicultural Interests.

The Program has been created in consultation with the Toronto Regional Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC). Their successful TRIEC Mentoring Partnership program is the model for mentoring programs across Canada and internationally.

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