The Hamilton Literacy Council is looking for volunteer tutors to teach English speaking adults reading, writing and math skills.
YWCA Hamilton is offering the following winter 2017 courses at Mohawk College to internationally-trained ICT and environmental professionals.
Grant is available to eligible participants.
Environmental Project Management – Jan 23, 2017 – Mar 25, 2017
Server Administration – Jan 28, 2017 – Mar 25, 2017
Finance for Sustainability – Jan 24, 2017 – Mar 25, 2017
To register, please contact Jupiter Deveau at email@example.com or at 905-522-9922 ext. 142
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PATH Employment Services is ending off 2016 with the ‘Creating Your Path for 2017’ workshop series.
With topics like making a great first impression, building self esteem, goal setting, and budgeting, PATH Employment Services will help you to get ready for 2017. All are welcome! Spaces are limited so please call PATH to reserve a seat in any or all of the workshops at 905.528.6611.
Computer Basics is a class targeting English speaking adults, over the age of 19 who have little or no computer knowledge.
The class is being taught by The Hamilton Literacy Council and is being held at Mission Services, 196 Wentworth St. North, Room 227.
The winter session runs from January 10th, 2017 to March 14th, 2017.
YWCA Hamilton is hosting a workshop on “Social Media Presence – A Job Search Strategy” on Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at 9 AM to 12 PM. In this workshop, you will learn the importance and benefit of having a professional social media presence to leverage your job search activities. Social media topics include LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Glassdoor.
We can only accommodate 10 attendees for this session. Kindly RSVP to Jupiter at 905-522-9922 ext. 142 on or before Friday, November 11th to reserve you spot. Coffee and muffins will be provided.
Gain hands-on work experience helping people with a diversity of health care needs through
Hamilton area agencies
Weekly Workshops will include:
Personal Budgeting & Debt Reduction Workshop
Finance and Sustainability course is offered through the Bridging to Environmental Occupations program with YWCA Hamilton. In this course, students will learn to explain the cash flow identity and define components of net cash flows from assets within the context of sustainable business operations. Evaluate project profitability through the application of financial analysis. Assess the risk-return relationship of real asset investments through the understanding of the security market line (SML). Evaluate a firm’s dividend policy and its cost of capital to determine the firm’s optimal capital structure policy. Projects and case studies will be based on sustainable businesses in order to illustrate how finance concepts apply to sustainable practices.
For registration and details, contact Jupiter at 905-522-9922 ext. 142 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.