Coffee with QUILL is your chance to take a short coffee break to learn about an agency within the QUILL region through an online webinar. QUILL regularly works with employment and social service agencies in the Grey, Bruce, Huron, Perth and South Georgian Bay areas. If you would like your agency to be a presenter in the Coffee with QUILL series of webinars please call Debera at 1-519-881-4655
Getting Ahead in the Workplace
Jane Tuer, Executive Director of Project READ described the recent project they hosted. Working with the local Planning Board and Ontario Centre for Workforce Innovation, they delivered a “Getting Ahead in the Workplace” program for Ontario Works and ODSP clients to help them prepare to enter/re-enter the workforce successfully. This is an excellent example of collaboration of assisting people to bridge out of poverty.
Listen to the webinar here : Getting Ahead in the Workplace
Teresa Zohorsky, Regional Partnership Coordinator for Grey and Bruce toured thehealthline.ca website during the latest Coffee with QUILL session. Use this site to search for community services for the learners you support. It is a great provincial site, so if they are moving to a different community you can check out the services before they move. Also, it allows you to save your suggestions to a clipboard that you can email to your learner.
Here’s a link to the site – thehealthline.ca
To learn how to navigate the site, review Teresa’s PPT from the Coffee with QUILL session.
CWQ #7: The LearningHUB with Heather Robinet and Kelly Harrison
Heather and Kelly did a great job showing us the different platforms learners use on The LearningHUB.
I didn’t realize how may courses they had available to support learners preparing to write the GED exam.
To see our interview with The LearningHUB staff please use this link – http://tinyurl.com/jutp5tc
You may playback the recording, or download it to review at your leisure.
CWQ #6: Gemma Mendez-Smith, Four County Labour Market Planning Board – What’s new at the FCLMPB in 2016
Gemma gave us a great overview of the activities the Planning Board will be involved in during 2016. QUILL apologizes for the tool bar showing in the presentation.
CWQ #5: Gerry McCann, Chief Examiner of the GED, December 8, 2015.
To hear our interview with Gerry click on this link and add your name and email. http://tinyurl.com/pampn5n
Contact information for the GED office –
- General Questions contact GED Assistants Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 1 800 573-7022 Monday to Friday 1 to 4 pm
- Accommodations questions contact GED Coordinator – Ana da Silva email: email@example.com
Phone: 1 800 573-7022
- GED website: www.ilc.org/ged
Resources suggested for preparing students:
How to Prepare– Complete GED Preparation (Nelson Publishing)
How to Prepare for the GED (Barron’s Publishing)
Preparation courses (consult GED website for locations and centres)
LearningHUB has online prep courses students can take – http://www.learninghub.ca/Home.aspx
CWQ #4: March 24, 2015 Coffee with QUILL: LearningHUB with Heather Robinet & Courtney Brown
Centres for Employment & Learning, Avon Maitland District School Board
CWQ #3 (14 min): Coffee with QUILL – February 25, 2015 with Janelle Kennedy – Choices for Change, Stratford Ontario
Gambling and Addictions Counsellor
CWQ #2 (50 min) : Learn about OYAP and Apprenticeship Programs
with Dave Barrett: Bluewater District School Board & Bluewater Catholic District School Board, Brad Marshall: Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities (MTCU)
CWQ #1 (20 min.): Learn about Self Employment Benefits SEB Program
with Jane Phillips, Business Enterprise Centre, Owen Sound