Employment & Training

Workshops and Events

Our workshops and classes give you practical information to help you find a new job.


You can register online here.


Computer Training

We offer classes on computer basics like Windows, MS Word, MS excel, Internet, Email, and On-line Job searches. For these classes and for more advanced training, please contact Aziz at naziz@sschto.ca or 416-925-2103 x4232.  

Building Resiliency & Managing Change

Experience the process, discover the tools and develop the techniques needed in today’s ever changing world to build resilience and adapt to change in the workforce. 

Identity Theft and Employment Law

Learn how to protect yourself from identity theft while you job search online, and what your employment rights are as you start a new job.

Interview Skills

In this interactive workshop, you will learn how the interview process works and practice with sample interview questions.

Mock Interview

This one-on-one mock interview with an Employment Advisor/Job Developer will help you practice and will give you informative tips and suggestions to improve your interview skills. This session is by appointment only.

Powerful Communication at Work

This interactive session will teach job seekers the skills to become more effective communicators at work, as well as how to lead solution focused discussions in a variety of employment settings.

Reinventing Yourself

Whether you’re looking for a new career or you want to improve the one you already have, this workshop is for you.  Embrace your existing skills, values, interests, strengths and clarify your job objective and goals, through this engaging career development workshop. Leave equipped with new tools to empower you to reinvent yourself and achieve your employment goals.

Social Media Networking 

This workshop will introduce job seekers to social media as a tool for effective networking. Participant will also learn how social media can assist in career development, help them make connections to other professionals and find employment leads. Participants will also discuss the professional use of social media, practice tweeting, and develop a mock LinkedIn Summary.

The Resume: A Living Marketing Document

Learn why resumes are constantly changing and how you can tailor your resume for success. Leave with a variety of techniques to market yourself when searching for work.

Youth Programs Information Session

This session covers our three programs help youth, age 15 to 30, who are not-in-school or working to gain skills and plan their careers. The programs provide paid training and work placements.


For details about the times of our workshops, please see our schedule. 

For more information, please contact us and start using our free services: We're a five minute walk from St. Clair West subway station.

416-925-2103 x4000
infoETC@sschto.ca
1415 Bathurst St.
Toronto, Ontario M5R 3H8
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