Welcome To Ready to Rise
The Ready to Rise Program is a 12 week self-paced online program for eligible women in British Columbia and Alberta, providing specialized skills training and individual support to enter or re-enter the workforce and/or return to school.
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Our goal is to help eligible women in British Columbia and Alberta through personalized self-paced online training and 1:1 support to enter or re-enter the workforce and/or return to school.
The Ready to Rise Program is a FREE government-funded employment program for eligible women.
This self-paced online program provides specialized skills training and individual support to enter or re-enter the workforce and/or return to school.
Ready to Rise empowers eligible women to increase their job readiness skills through:
- Self-paced online employment workshops tailored to individual needs
- Specialized workshops
- Short-term skills training
- One-on-one support from your Success Team
Ready to Rise :
supports women by
Providing full scale and adaptable support for the needs of all participants.
Meeting our participants as who they are, where they are, in their employment journey.
Supporting our participants to move forward on their professional paths.
The Success Team creates an individualized learning plan for each participant to work through at their own pace.
Learn Life Skills
- Workplace communication
- Interpersonal life skills
- Conflict resolution and problem solving
- Self-care and wellness at work
- Goal setting and action planning for the future
- Success plans
- Cover letter, references, and resume building
- Interview skills and dealing with interview stress
- Job search strategies and the hidden job market
- Professional and social networking
- Creating an online profile
- Critical thinking and continuous learning
- Develop core competencies such as numeracy, critical reading, and writing
Specialized content specific to your needs
- Disclosing your disability
- Negotiating accommodations
- Legal rights and self-advocacy
- Identity at work
- Exploring and establishing boundaries
- How can people be their authentic selves in an organization and do it with confidence
- Relevant guest speakers with industry experience
Receive supports and/or referrals such as:
- Short-term certificate training
- Counselling/mental health
- Cultural connections
- Work gear/clothing
- Wage subsidy
Job Search Planning
- One-on-one employment coaching and job development
- Understanding and knowing your rights at work
- Connecting with inclusive employers
- Access to mentorship
- Stress management
- Ready to Rise provides up to 12-weeks of self-paced online programing followed by a 12-week work experience and/or a return to school.
- Lessons are delivered asynchronously – you can work on your own, at your own pace.
- We offer a dynamic blended model of programming comprised of skills training, guest speakers, targeted webinars, and breakout sessions.
- Participants will also participate in virtual interactive cultural workshops such as “Building a Dream…Catcher”.
- Racialized and/or Indigenous women;
- Women with Disabilities;
- Women from the LGBTQ2S+ community;
- Women who have been out of the workforce for some time.
- Legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial and federal legislation and regulations; and
- Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or persons who have been granted refugee status in Canada.
In order to participate you will need:
- Reliable internet access
- Microphone and speaker, or headset
- An environment where you feel comfortable participating
We are looking forward to meeting you and helping you to get started!
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Phone | 250-210-3412
Email | email@example.com
Mailing | suite 305-80 Station Street, Duncan BC, V9L 1M4
Website | https://r2r.ethoscmg.com
ETHOS acknowledges with gratitude all the First Nations on whose traditional and unceded lands we work and provide service to residents of British Columbia and Alberta.
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