Assisted Individual Employment Services

Assisted employment services require a registration and are at no charge, individuals receive a referral to work with one of our career practitioners one-to-one. Below is a picture of one of our Career Practitioner’s offices, clients meet privately to work with our staff in an office similar to this one.

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  • Work one to one with a career practitionerŸ
  • Determination of individual needs
  • Individual & group employment servicesŸ
  • In-depth barrier & roadblock identification Ÿ
  • Career exploration & planning Ÿ
  • Employment readiness activities Ÿ
  • Career Counselling referrals
  • Resume & cover letter critique & tips Ÿ
  • Eligibility & suitability assessments for provincial & federal programs Ÿ
  • Action plan development Ÿ
  • Referrals to adult learning programs and services
  • Determine specialized needs Ÿ
  • Disability impact identification
  • Modified case management process and group sessions Ÿ
  • Assisted resume & cover letter preparation Ÿ
  • Job development services Ÿ
  • Direct employer selection Ÿ
  • On-the-job supports Ÿ
  • Referrals for functional, educational, and technology assessments

Our Career Practitioners also provide guidance to registered clients, who meet certain criteria, in completing applications for financial assistance through the Canada-Nova Scotia Labour Market Development Agreement (LMDA) under the direction of Employment Nova Scotia (ENS).  Please click and follow each funding link below to view eligibility requirements: