Featured Events

Durham Immigration Calendar

November 2023

Events List

(38 Results Found)
November 1, 2023  to  November 22, 2023
1 Nov
Durham College Warehousing Training Learning

10:00 AM| 1400 Bayly Street, Unit 5 Pickering, On

This course is for you if you are:

• 19 years of age or older

• A Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, Convention Refugee, Refugee Claimant, or CUAET Residing in Ontario

• Have a valid Social Inurance Number • Unemployed or Underemployed

• Indigenous or New Canadian

• Deaf, Deafened or Hard of hearing

What's Involved?

• Forklift simulation training, using virtual reality headsets

• A training plan and learning support, just for you!

• Connections to receive job search support

• Accessible learning

Areas of Focus:

• Common Warehouse Documents

• Warehouse Safety • Warehouse Organization

• Time Management • Communication and Teamwork

• Inventory Management

This workshop provides participants with focused and practical knowledge related to warehousing operations, equipping them with knowledge and skills that are in demand by employers.

GET STARTED TODAY AND EARN TWO INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC CERTIFICATES OF YOUR CHOICE!

2 Nov
Durham College Warehousing Training Learning

10:00 AM| 1400 Bayly Street, Unit 5 Pickering, On

This course is for you if you are:

• 19 years of age or older

• A Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, Convention Refugee, Refugee Claimant, or CUAET Residing in Ontario

• Have a valid Social Inurance Number • Unemployed or Underemployed

• Indigenous or New Canadian

• Deaf, Deafened or Hard of hearing

What's Involved?

• Forklift simulation training, using virtual reality headsets

• A training plan and learning support, just for you!

• Connections to receive job search support

• Accessible learning

Areas of Focus:

• Common Warehouse Documents

• Warehouse Safety • Warehouse Organization

• Time Management • Communication and Teamwork

• Inventory Management

This workshop provides participants with focused and practical knowledge related to warehousing operations, equipping them with knowledge and skills that are in demand by employers.

GET STARTED TODAY AND EARN TWO INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC CERTIFICATES OF YOUR CHOICE!

3 Nov
Durham College Warehousing Training Learning

10:00 AM| 1400 Bayly Street, Unit 5 Pickering, On

This course is for you if you are:

• 19 years of age or older

• A Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, Convention Refugee, Refugee Claimant, or CUAET Residing in Ontario

• Have a valid Social Inurance Number • Unemployed or Underemployed

• Indigenous or New Canadian

• Deaf, Deafened or Hard of hearing

What's Involved?

• Forklift simulation training, using virtual reality headsets

• A training plan and learning support, just for you!

• Connections to receive job search support

• Accessible learning

Areas of Focus:

• Common Warehouse Documents

• Warehouse Safety • Warehouse Organization

• Time Management • Communication and Teamwork

• Inventory Management

This workshop provides participants with focused and practical knowledge related to warehousing operations, equipping them with knowledge and skills that are in demand by employers.

GET STARTED TODAY AND EARN TWO INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC CERTIFICATES OF YOUR CHOICE!

7 Nov
Play To Learn-Free Programs for Parents/Caregivers with Children 0-6 Years Of Age. Fun

1:00 PM| 1400 Bayly Street, Unit 5 Pickering, On

Family and Community Action Program

Free Programs for Parents/Caregivers with Children 0-6 Years of Age

  • Fun crafts and play-based learning activities
  • Circle and Story Time • Help your child strengthen their social skills
  • Nutritious snack
  • Your connection to community resources

 

8 Nov
Ajax English Conversation Circle Language Circles

6:30 PM| Ajax Public Library - Main Branch (55 Harwood Ave. S., Ajax)

Welcoming Newcomers to Canada to meet new people, practice English and learn about the community!

These sessions are drop in and funded by the Government of Canada.

9 Nov
Courtice English Conversation Circle Language Circles

6:00 PM| CLMA - Courtice Library Branch (2950 Courtice Rd., Courtice)

Welcoming Newcomers to Canada to meet new people, practice English and learn about the community!

These sessions are drop in and funded by the Government of Canada.

9 Nov
Whitby English Conversation Circle Language Circles

6:30 PM| Whitby Public Library - Central Branch (405 Dundas St. E)

Welcoming Newcomers to Canada to meet new people, practice English and learn about the community!

These sessions are drop in and funded by the Government of Canada.

13 Nov
Introduction to Retail and Hospitality Learning

10:00 AM| 1400 Bayly Street, Unit 16B Pickering.

Employee readiness and retention training to become a sales associate, customer service representative, clothing salesperson, customer experience associate, counter attendant, stock clerk, warehouse staff or cashier. You will learn:

Literacy

  • Definition and Identification of Literacy Skills in retail structure
  • Reading, Writing and Communication
  • Document Use
  • Finding best solutions, making positive connections and business-related decisions

Computer Literacy

  • Keyboarding and Typing Skills
  • Introduction to Microsoft Office, email communication, scanners, and database.

Numeracy

  • Money Math
  • Time
  • Measurement
13 Nov
Newcomer Youth English Conversation Circle Language Circles

5:00 PM| Virtual Online

Newcomer Youth are invited to practice and improve your English Conversational skills in the comfort of your own home while making new friends.  For participants age 14-29.

13 Nov
Pickering English Conversation Circle Language Circles

6:30 PM| Pickering Public Library - Main Branch (1 The Esplanade S., Pickering)

Welcoming Newcomers to Canada to meet new people, practice English and learn about the community!

These sessions are drop in and funded by the Government of Canada.

14 Nov
Play To Learn-Free Programs for Parents/Caregivers with Children 0-6 Years Of Age. Fun

1:00 PM| 1400 Bayly Street, Unit 5 Pickering, On

Family and Community Action Program

Free Programs for Parents/Caregivers with Children 0-6 Years of Age

  • Fun crafts and play-based learning activities
  • Circle and Story Time • Help your child strengthen their social skills
  • Nutritious snack
  • Your connection to community resources

 

14 Nov
Technology Classes for Adults 55+ Learning

2:00 PM| Audley Recreation Centre (1955 Audley Rd., Ajax)

Join us for a 5-Part Technology Workshop for Older Adults.

Key benefits to participating includes:

  • One on one support from younger adult volunteers to practice new digital literacy skills
  • Durham Transit tickets are available for all participants
  • Honorarium for participants who complete all 5 workshops
  • Final workshop will include a lunch + celebration
14 Nov
Mental Health Peer Support (English Group) Learning

4:00 PM| 458 Fairall Street, Ajax, ON L1S1R6

14 Nov
14 Nov
Tuesday Evening English Conversation Circle ONLINE Language Circles

6:30 PM| Virtual Online

Welcoming Newcomers to Canada to meet new people, practice English and learn about the community!

These sessions are drop in and funded by the Government of Canada.

15 Nov
LEARN ABOUT HEALTHY EATING FOR YOUR WHOLE FAMILY Learning

11:15 AM| 458 Fairall Street, Ajax, ON L1S1R6

Learn about health eating for your whole family.

Meet with Public Health Nurse and Child Development Community facilitator from family and Community Action Program (FCAP) to get valuable information to support your child’s growth and well being.

This is a drop in event and does not require registration. 

 

15 Nov
Hiring Immigrant Porfessional Talent (HIP-T) Transportation Learning

2:00 PM| online event

This online event will have representatives from:
• Metrolinx
• Porter Airlines
• Durham Region Transit
• Toronto Transit Commission and others

Hiring Immigrant Professional Talent gives newcomer professionals the opportunity to meet employers, build professional networks, and learn valuable job search strategies.

Keep an eye on our monthly HIP-T events for other job sectors.
Contact our HIP-T Coordinator to stay connected.

15 Nov
Ladies' Social for Newcomers to Canada Fun

5:30 PM| Oshawa Public Libraries - McLaughlin Branch (65 Bagot St., Oshawa)

We invite Newcomer Women to join a fun activity, meet new friends and engage in the community.

This month we will be sharing a cultural exchange.  Learn about different cultures and share yours with others!

 

15 Nov
Ajax English Conversation Circle Language Circles

6:30 PM| Ajax Public Library - Main Branch (55 Harwood Ave. S., Ajax)

Welcoming Newcomers to Canada to meet new people, practice English and learn about the community!

These sessions are drop in and funded by the Government of Canada.

16 Nov
Introduction to Retail and Hospitality Learning

10:00 AM| 1400 Bayly Street, Unit 16B Pickering.

Employee readiness and retention training to become a sales associate, customer service representative, clothing salesperson, customer experience associate, counter attendant, stock clerk, warehouse staff or cashier. You will learn:

Literacy

  • Definition and Identification of Literacy Skills in retail structure
  • Reading, Writing and Communication
  • Document Use
  • Finding best solutions, making positive connections and business-related decisions

Computer Literacy

  • Keyboarding and Typing Skills
  • Introduction to Microsoft Office, email communication, scanners, and database.

Numeracy

  • Money Math
  • Time
  • Measurement
16 Nov
Get Connected: Social Media and Wellness Workshop for Newcomer Youth Learning

5:00 PM| Ajax Welcome Centre - 458 Fairall St., Ajax Unit 5

Learn tips on Healthy Social Media Habits and learn about free wellness apps. Feel free to bring a friend! 

For Newcomer Youth age 14-29.

16 Nov
Courtice English Conversation Circle Language Circles

6:00 PM| CLMA - Courtice Library Branch (2950 Courtice Rd., Courtice)

Welcoming Newcomers to Canada to meet new people, practice English and learn about the community!

These sessions are drop in and funded by the Government of Canada.

16 Nov
Whitby English Conversation Circle Language Circles

6:30 PM| Whitby Public Library - Central Branch (405 Dundas St. E)

Welcoming Newcomers to Canada to meet new people, practice English and learn about the community!

These sessions are drop in and funded by the Government of Canada.

20 Nov
Introduction to Retail and Hospitality Learning

10:00 AM| 1400 Bayly Street, Unit 16B Pickering.

Employee readiness and retention training to become a sales associate, customer service representative, clothing salesperson, customer experience associate, counter attendant, stock clerk, warehouse staff or cashier. You will learn:

Literacy

  • Definition and Identification of Literacy Skills in retail structure
  • Reading, Writing and Communication
  • Document Use
  • Finding best solutions, making positive connections and business-related decisions

Computer Literacy

  • Keyboarding and Typing Skills
  • Introduction to Microsoft Office, email communication, scanners, and database.

Numeracy

  • Money Math
  • Time
  • Measurement

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