Employment Services

Employment Services: What We Do

Kelowna Community Resources – Employment Services is pleased to offer two amazing training programs to help those who are unemployed or underemployed and are seeking to improve their attachment to the labour force. With both of these programs, our goals are to help you identify your career goals, assist with your job search, resume, cover letter, interview skills, and other job-relevant skills.

Both training programs are free (no cost) to participants. They are 6 weeks long, and are 3 hours per day (either morning or afternoon) from Monday to Friday. Our service area is from Oyama to Peachland, so if you’re in Oyama, Lake Country, Winfield, Rutland, Kelowna, West Kelowna, Westbank, or Peachland, please contact us at 250.763.8008 or ac.rcknull@secivrestnemyolpme, or read more about our programs by clicking the links below:

Job Readiness for the 21st Century

The primary objective of the Job Readiness for the 21st Century Employment Program is to assist individuals who have a disability, are an immigrant, or are over the age of 50+ with finding employment.

Essential Skills for the Workplace

Would you like to improve your Math, Reading, or Study skills to get a job or pursue further education? We will train you at your level and help you to get back to work or continue with school.

News Updates

Info Sessions:
We are now running information sessions every Tuesday from 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm. Call 250.763.8008 to find out more.

UBCO Edgemap:
Edge Map — for those interested in using their digital skills in the workplace. Unique ability to self-assess your skill level and compare with other job-seekers to identify areas you need to build to be competitive. (Site developed by UBCO’s Dr. Bowen Hui and collaborators!)
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