VIHA offering free health-care careers workshop

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There will be a free informational workshop on health care careers at Wachiay Friendship Centre, 1625 McPhee Avenue in Courtenay on Thursday, Oct. 23.

This workshop is offered by Island Health (VIHA) in co-operation with the WorkBC Outreach Centre at Wachiay. Facilitated by Michele Noullet Morfitt, Aboriginal Employment Advisor at Island Health, workshop topics to be discussed are: health care careers, resumes, cover letters, applying to Island Health and construction jobs.

This workshop runs from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 and is open to the public but registration is required. Register in person at Wachiay Friendship Centre or contact Claudette at claudette@ceas.ca or 250-334-3425, ext. 309.

 

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