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Explore post-secondary education programs and schools, including apprenticeships. Discover how to plan for and be successful in post-secondary. Find information on paying for your education, transferring credits and more!
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Are you looking for a job, drafting your resumé or need help preparing for your interview? Alis has lots of information and resources to get you started.
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You got the job. Now learn how to keep it, and maybe even get a promotion. Discover what it takes to stand out at work, how to handle challenges and how to be safe in your workplace.
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Discover valuable resources to help your clients, students, children and the people in your community as they plan and achieve their career goals in Alberta.
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People learn in different ways, but most of us usually use a single style or method more often than another. Knowing your preferred method of learning may help you with your studying techniques.
Read about: Finger Dexterity, Numerical Ability, General Learning Ability, Form Perception, Spatial Perception, Motor Co-ordination, Verbal Ability, Manual Dexterity and Clerical Perception.
To research a career, try reading about it, talking to people, and testing out jobs. Better yet, try all 3.
You probably want a career that suits your abilities and interests. But what is the best fit? Try these tools to help you identify some possible career paths.
Your strengths are the things you’re passionate about, not just the things you’re good at. You may be good at writing, but writing would be one of your real strengths only if you love doing it. Real strengths combine your passion and your ability.
What are you good at? See how many skills and talents you have by rating these activities. Then discover the careers that best suit what you can do.
Knowing what to do after high school starts with knowing yourself. Take the first steps by understanding your values, interests, and abilities.
What skills and assets do you have for the job market? What skills and assets do employers want? Find out how to identify your strengths and package them for today’s world of work.