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Hamilton's Labour Market Connection
Vol. 7, Issue 1 (July 31/12)
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New WPH project: Life Sciences and Healthcare
Lifelong Learning Week
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Save the date - Make it, Move it, Ship it: Careers in the Goods Movement and Supply Chain & Logistics Sector in Hamilton, Oct. 24/12

 

Are you an employer in the Goods Movement and Supply Chain & Logistics Sector?  You are invited to meet your future workforce at the interactive launch of Workforce Planning Hamilton's report: Make it, Move it, Ship it: Careers in the Goods Movement and Supply Chain & Logistics Sector in Hamilton.  This event will also be of interest to employment counselors, high school guidence counselors, post-secondary students, and job seekers.

 

When:  October 24, 2012, from 3:30 pm. to 5:30 pm.

Where:  Williams Fresh Cafe, 47 Guise Street, Hamilton, ON L8L 4L9

 

What to expect:

 

* Learn from local experts about Hamilton's strength as a transportation hub

* Time to network with your colleagues, visit displays, and enjoy light refreshments
 

Nominal registration fee for employers and counsellors; FREE for students and job seekers.  Look for registration information in our August newsletter.  For more information please call Cyndi at 905-521-5777.
 

New WPH  project: Life Sciences and Healthcare - Labour Market Profiles

  

The City of Hamilton's Economic Development Strategy 2010-2015 identified life sciences as a key cluster for business development. Through the commercialization of research and development, the cluster is an important contributor in the creation of medical innovations and improvements in healthcare service and delivery. Hamilton is ideally situated to become a leader in the knowledge-based sector with its top academic institutions, state of the art research facilities and innovation networks.
 
Workforce Planning Hamilton is researching the demands and challenges of the cluster and learning how best to support the $2 trillion global industry.

 

Hamilton facts:

 * Two major hospital networks that employ a combined workforce of 14,000 individuals
* Home to research facilities of McMaster University and Mohawk College
* Success in drug discovery and validation, gene therapy, clinical trials and health economics

Source: Hamilton Economic Development Strategy
 

Adult Basic Education Association's Lifelong Learning Week 
 
Lifelong Learning Week is a week of free learning events offered to people of all ages throughout the city of Hamilton and surrounding area. 
Through Lifelong Learning Week we will:
 
* increase awareness of the benefits of Lifelong Learning
* celebrate outstanding lifelong learners in our community
* engage more people in lifelong learning
 
Get involved by:
* hosting a free learning event
* participating in an event
* advertising in our Hamilton Spectator insert
* sponsoring Lifelong Learning Week
For more information visit the ABEA website: www.abea.on.ca or contact Edward Darling, Lifelong Learning Week Coordinator
by phone 905-527-2222 or email: llw@abea.on.ca 
  
 
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August 22, 2012. 
For more information about WPH please call 905.521.5777 or email: info@workforceplanninghamilton.ca.

Workforce Planning Hamilton

www.workforceplanninghamilton.ca