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New: Wednesdays at One!

ESC’s Recovery Conversations are professional development and
networking opportunities to learn and share together.

Wednesday's at One
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Introducing Wednesdays at One: Three types of Professional Development (PD) for all employment, education and training staff. Join us for networking, information, tools, and conversations to enhance how we serve and support others, particularly those impacted by the pandemic. Leave with practical ways to apply these PD learnings and insights in your daily roles, right away.

What’s Working?

Our What’s Working sessions feature current programs and supports available to help people to be successful in their employment journey. For all staff in all roles.

Workplace Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion:
Moving from Awareness to Action
March 9, 2022 - 1pm to 2pm

Our guest is Wessam Ayad, EDI Consultant and Training Facilitator, who will shed light on different levels of awareness of EDI, and offer innovative approaches and action-oriented tools that build more diverse and inclusive work environments and improve employment practice.

Engaging Employers:

Join job developers and colleagues in similar roles to discuss programs, resources, and strategies for assisting employers in their recruiting, hiring, training, and retention needs.

Maple Leaf Foods: March 30, 2022 - 1pm to 2pm

Maple Leaf Foods is hiring 1,600 people for its new state-of-the-art production facility in London and is looking forward to sharing its recruitment and hiring needs with our sector.

Bite-Sized LMI:

Are you helping others to make employment decisions? Take in one of our short and sweet Labour Market Information (LMI) sessions and learn practical ways to help others better understand our region’s dynamic labour market.

What WPDB learned from Oxford County, London/ Middlesex County, and St. Thomas/ Elgin County about our labour market and what we plan to do with that information.

Wednesdays at One:

ESC Recovery Conversations are a partnership between Employment Sector Council and Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning & Development Board, and are supported by The City of London.