Oxford County Career Expo 2024

The Oxford County Career Expo is on the horizon!

๐ŸŽฏ Get in front of 150+ employers hiring for current and future opportunities.

๐ŸŒ Explore diverse job prospects and career possibilities.

๐Ÿค Build valuable connections and network with professionals.

๐Ÿ‘ Experience hands-on demonstrations across various industries.

๐Ÿ” Gain expert guidance to navigate your career path effectively.

๐Ÿ”’ Unlock the hidden job market and discover exclusive opportunities.

๐Ÿ†“ FREE TO ATTEND! Don’t miss this chance to meet employers ready to hire across 18+ sectors.

Rural Roots Agri-Food Career Expo

Happening TODAY from 1:00 p.m. to 4 p.m.! ๐ŸŒฑ

Looking to connect with talented individuals passionate about agriculture and food production? Don’t miss out on this chance to showcase your organization, network with potential candidates, and cultivate meaningful connections.

๐Ÿ“ Register now: https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx…

For any inquiries, feel free to reach out:

๐Ÿ“ž (519) 842-9008 ext. 291

๐Ÿ“ง resourcecentre@multiservicecentre.com

Skills Needs for Workers in Ontario’s Growing Zero-Emission Vehicles Sector

How ready are todayโ€™s automotive sector workers in these communities to fill emerging jobs?
Will there be enough workers to fill all open roles? What new skills will workers need to learn?
And what steps should governments, universities, colleges and technical colleges, unions,
employers and employment service providers take to position the workforce of the future for

New reports on the #ZeroEmissionsVehicles opportunity in Ontario by Smart Prosperity Institute and
Future Skills Centreanswer these questions – https://bit.ly/3t5pfsb

Participate in Our Healthcare Industry Survey

EMOWPDB is currently conducting a comprehensive research initiative focusing on skills development within the Healthcare industry. This initiative is prompted by the escalating impact of technological advancements and innovative technologies in the sector.

We extend an invitation to healthcare employers to actively participate in this vital research. Your valuable insights will play a crucial role in identifying opportunities for rapid upskilling within the industry. Moreover, your input will aid in the formulation of targeted educational programs, fostering collaboration with relevant stakeholders to address emerging skills development needs.

The anticipated outcome of this research is the generation of recommendations that will effectively address skill deficiencies in London’s labour force. By doing so, we aim to equip the healthcare industry workforce to adeptly navigate and respond to the continuous influence of innovative technology.

Kindly access the survey by clicking HERE: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Upskilling_Healthcare

Employment Prospects Reports 2023 – 2031 for Manufacturing, Construction, Health and Information Technology

These reports were written by Mike Moffatt, Jesse Helmer, and Maryam Hosseini and was commissioned by the London Economic Development Corporation (LEDC). Responsibility for the final product and its conclusions is Smart Prosperity Instituteโ€™s alone, and should not be assigned to the reviewers, interviewees, or any external party. They have been made possible by funding granted by the City of London as part of its London Community Recovery Network initiative. Fanshawe College Institutional Research Department provided the Occupational Profiles.

See more: https://www.ledc.com/news/employment-prospects-reports-2023-2031-manufacturing-construction-health-and-information

LLSC Needs Refurbished Computers

Literacy Link South Central (LLSC) needs refurbished computers to support its digital literacy and community housing project. They have partnered with the London Public Library, London & Middlesex Community Housing(LMCH), and Fanshawe Collegeโ€™s School of Access Studies to serve low-income and underrepresented learners across London by delivering digital skills workshops at LMCH sites.

Many -if not most- of these learners lack access to computers. Laptop and desktop computers are an excellent way to help learners learn how to store important documents, access word processing technology, and participate in online meeting platforms and interfaces to continue their education and become employment-ready. Learners have indicated they cannot afford this technology, so LLSC is working with community partners to try and secure computers for them.

For further details or inquiries, please feel free to contact Jeremy at Jeremy@llsc.on.ca or reach him directly at 519-518-0428, extension 103.