Would you benefit by increasing your ability to write and navigate common workplace documents? Would you be more employable if you build your reading and math literacy? Do you struggle with computers and want to learn how to use them both to apply for jobs and on the job?
What we do
Prospect’s SkillGain program helps Calgary job-seekers build business and professional skills needed for success in employment and education. All at no-cost to you.
- Up to 20 weeks of interactive training to build the essential skills you need to reach your employment and education goals.
- Program focuses on reading, writing, numeracy, computer skills, oral communication and much more!
- At the end of the skill training program, we’ll work with you to apply for and secure a better job or apply for further education related to your job targets.
- New groups start every 3 weeks.
We can help you
- Fill the gaps in your essential skills, which are necessary for your success in work, education, and life.
- Increase your ability to maintain your job once you find it.
- Build skills to be more effective working with others.
- Learn to use computers for job search, applications and the workplace.
- Develop computer proficiency that will allow you to learn other programs more effectively.
- Receive support from a team committed to helping you become more employable.
- Practice new skills in a safe place where mistakes are welcome as part of your development process.
- Develop skills and practices that increase your success in the job search, on the job, and in your personal life.
- Build the capacity to be more independent.
- Earn a Letter of Reference by demonstrating and developing professional behaviours.
- Earn a Certificate of Completion.
- 18 years of age or older
- Ready, willing and able to participate in the program
- Fluent in English
For more information, call Prospect at 403.237.5108 or 403.273.2822 or email SG@prospectnow.ca.
If you’re a results-oriented donor, Prospect is a great option. In 2020 we placed 582 people in jobs, reducing social services costs by approximately $10 million and returning almost $2 million to Alberta in tax dollars.