The course will be offered once in May and once in June. It is run 9am-4pm over three days:
- DAY 1 (Sessions 1 & 2): Tuesday, May 8
- DAY 2 (Sessions 3 & 4): Thursday, May 10
- DAY 3 (Sessions 5 & 6): Tuesday, May 15
- DAY 1 (Sessions 1 & 2): Tuesday, June 5
- DAY 2 (Sessions 3 & 4): Tuesday, June 12
- DAY 3 (Sessions 5 & 6): Thursday, June 14
The course takes place in a computer lab. It will help you through the process of taking your resume to the next level in the age of the Internet. You will be creating your own eportfolio (also known as a Web CV), based on your resume, further details and any authentic evidence that you can bring. The process includes filming you for a brief video introduction.
Background to Portfolios
An ePortfolio highlights all the Essentials Skills and technical knowledge and abilities that you have to offer to employers.
The Essential Skills framework provides the ideal language for highlighting the transferable skills which employers look for while a portfolio is the ideal tool for documenting and communicating evidence of those skills.
The Portfolio process recognizes and organizes all of the Essentials Skills that you have. The portfolio also shows what you are able to do through recognition of prior learning.
- Building a portfolio can be a journey of self-discovery.
- A good portfolio is a great tool to introduce what you have to offer to employers.
- An ePortfolio can help you find a job.
This personal website will belong to you and can be made as private or public as you wish.
For more information check out our main page careerportfolio.mb.ca and these detail pages:
- Information about the “Accelerated Essential Skills ePortfolio course
- (This will help you decide if this is for you, and how to prepare for the course.)
- Take a look at what you can do in this sample!
- It shows the portfolio of Rommuel, our sample person.
Tell your friends and co-workers about this opportunity.
For more information, download the course description
If you are interested in attending, contact Phyllis Mann, Program Coordinator, Workplace Education Manitoba firstname.lastname@example.org