There are various webinars, workshops and e-training opportunities currently available virtually on topics and issues of interests and importance to newcomers, immigrants and refugees.
These webinars, workshops and e-training opportunities are FREE for you to attend and are hosted by different organizations throughout our region. The webinars have presenters who specialize in specific topics and will provide beneficial information to the attendees. These are all offered virtually from the comfort of your own home!
This service is available to our clients (permanent and temporary residents, newly naturalized Canadian citizens and refugees). If you would like to become one of our clients please contact our office at 1(306)783-2777.
If you are interested in attending any of these webinars, workshops or e-training please browse the list below and complete the form at the bottom of this page.
FREE Webinars, Workshops and E-Training Opportunities
Employment Standards for Newcomers to Saskatchewan
This online presentation by the Government of Saskatchewan provides Newcomers to Saskatchewan with comprehensive information about their rights and responsibilities as employees under the Saskatchewan Employment Act and Regulations.
To view the webinar, please click HERE to REGISTER and receive the link.
Webinars forinternationally trained Newcomers in Saskatchewan and Alberta to help with their career goals in Canada. All webinars
September 17th - 11:30AM- Welcoming Week 2021: Achieve Your Career Goals
Learn how skilled Newcomers in Saskatchewan and Alberta can access free career support
September 22nd -12:00PM - Investing in Your Canadian Career. Hosted by the Saskatchewan Non-Licensed IMG Support Program
Open to all internationally trained doctors and medical graduates in Saskatchewan
Sept 23 - 12:00PM– How to Enter the Banking Sector as a Skilled Newcomer
Oct 14 - 12:00PM– Understanding New Labour Realities. Co-Presented w/ Truly Alive Youth & Family Foundation
SGI Winter Driving and Information for New Canadians Presentation
This online presentation by the SGI Traffic Safety Community Outreach Program discusses relevant driving information for New Canadians, including winter driving and how to ensure you are prepared for the winter road conditions.
If you are interested in viewing this presentation (which is approximately 45 minutes long), please click here!
Online Awareness Training from Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety
A series of e-training that raises awareness on certain topics presented by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health $ Safety (CCOHS). These are all relatively short and accessed on your own.
Violence in the Workplace Awareness
Understand this important workplace issue - what it is, who's affected, and what you can do about it.
Mental Health Awareness
A healthy workplace relies on healthy minds.
Kids Safety Series
The Kids Safety series consists of four short videos (under 15 minutes) to share with your children K to 12 years old and is presented by the Society for the Involvement of Good Neighbours (SIGN) Yorkton. Kids Safety's fun, conversational style allows kids to learn some basics safety concepts, and can be used as great conversation starters at home
Focusing on safety tips to stay safe online. We talk about digital responsibility and risks online.
Safe at Home
Discusses ages children can be left home and some simple safety rules while they are home alone. This program also discusses how to make a safety plan.
A super kid-friendly conversation about consent, our bodies, and trusted adults to help you and your children feel safe having conversations together. This program discusses listening to our “gut” and a discussion about secrets.
We talk about our emotions, zones of regulations, and copings techniques for us to manage our feelings. It’s okay to have emotions and we want to start conversations that make it safe for us to talk and express ourselves. This program helps kids recognize their feelings and who we can talk to.
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Unit H 132 Broadway Street W
Yorkton SK Canada S3N 0M4
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East Central Newcomer Welcome Centre Inc.
Unit H, 132 Broadway Street West
Yorkton SK Canada S3N 0M4