Your needs for work and training can be met by TNO’s Employment Services. You can go forward in obtaining and keeping a job with the help of our team. We provide the resources, training, and assistance required to launch your career or prepare for a better job, ranging from employment preparation classes to career coaching and placement services.
Better Jobs (formerly Second Career Program)
Effective April 29, 2022, the program was expanded to better help people who may face challenges finding stable jobs such as gig workers, youth and people on social assistance. If you have been unemployed for six months or longer, and are part of a low-income household, you may benefit from these changes.
- Skills Training for In-Demand Jobs
- Financial Support
- Other Instructional Costs, Including Student Fees, Supplies and Electronic Devices
- Basic Living Allowance (up to $500 per week)
- Disability-Related Supports
- Living Away from Home
You qualify for Better Jobs Ontario if you either:
- have been laid-off and have not been working or are working a temporary job just to cover costs
- have not been laid-off but have been unemployed for six months or longer and are part of a low-income household
- Employment Insurance (EI)
- Ontario Works (OW)
- Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
- You were laid-off on or after March 1, 2020.
- You have a high school education or less, you were laid-off from an occupation requiring no more than a high school education and job-specific training, such as food and beverage servers, flight attendants and retail salespersons.
- You were laid-off from an industry hit hard by the pandemic, such as hospitality and food services, transportation and warehousing or wholesale and retail trade.
- You want to train for a career in demand in a local community or provincial priority area.
Road to Employment
Road to Employment will better equip professional jobseekers new to Canada, especially women, for the post COVID-19 economic recovery plan. The program aims to help participants identify and achieve their career goals through an advanced workplace communication training. Participants will build on soft skills, focus on building an inclusive workplace while learning about the Canadian workplace culture. Access to mentoring and coaching by experienced professionals.
The Road to Employment Program helps equip professional jobseekers to adapt to Canada’s job market.
The program offers:
• Professional coaching and mentorship
• Introduction to the Canadian workplace
• Advanced workplace communication training
• Career goal exploration
• Cultural competenc
Language and Skills Development Programs
Tel: 416-467-0126 ext. 1224
Customer Service & Retail Sales Training
- Overview of the nature of retail work
- Using a basic computerized cash register
- Customer service language
- Intercultural and cross cultural communication skills and strategies
- Resume and interview preparation (including mock interviews) for retail positions
We provide practical, entry-level computer training for low-skilled individuals especially, job seekers. The sessions cover computer basics, the use of toolbars, preparing Word and Excel documents, creating a table, spreadsheets, flyers, basic emails & introduction to using the Internet.
Study Group for Internationally Trained Medical Doctors
TNO has study group for internationally educated medical doctors to support them in their goal of obtaining license to practice their profession in Canada.