What are my skills and interests?
What career is right for me?
When choosing a study program, committing to a career, or simply applying for a job, it is important to make sure that this choice reflects your interests, skills, and ambitions. When faced with these important decisions, it is normal to feel some measure of uncertainty or hesitation. Personality is a very large concept that can hardly be summarized in a few lines, but one of its aspects relates to an individual’s career interests, work style preferences, personal skills, and aptitudes. The following is a collection of original exercises that will assist you in identifying these elements of your personality.
Career interests? Right career? Career match?
Guides to Finding a Program
All program information can be found on the inforoutefpt.org website. Watch video or read about the site:
- What inforoutefpt.org looks like
- Looking for a Vocational Program
- Searching with a keyword
- Information page
- Educational organizations offering the program page
- Specific group
- Offers of service and admission statistics
Looking for a job?
Job Search Skills
Need help preparing for an interview?
Having trouble knowing where to start to finding a job?
Job Banks Canada is a helpful tool in your job search! It can provide you with information on the job market, the education you will need to pursue your career, job descriptions, salary expectations, job search skills, and a database of jobs across Canada. Please consult the link below for more information.