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Music in Early Childhood Classes

Registration is Now Open for all CMEP 2018/19 Early Childhood Classes :

Community Music Education Program (CMEP)
CMEP is a well-established community music program with an unparalleled early childhood curriculum for babies and children of all ages. Our teachers make the difference. All are musicians and early childhood educators.We are offering the following options for ages 3, 4/5, and 6 years:

Ages 0 to 36 months
Parenting With Music (PWM)

New this year: For those who are familiar with our parent/baby music classes (Parenting With Music + Suzuki Early Childhood), we have now combined the elements of these classes into one curriculum under the “Parenting With Music (PWM)” title. This allows us to offer a greater variety of days and times to all parents with babies age
0 to 36 months:
Wed 9:15-10:00am (PWM-W1)
Wed 10:05-10:50am (PWM-W2)
Sat 11:00-11:45am (PWM-S)

Ages 3 to 6 years
Music in Early Childhood (MEC)

3’s
Tue 1:00 – 1:45pm (MEC3-T)
Wed 11:00 -11:45am (MEC3-W)
Sat 10:00 -10:45am (MEC3-S)

4/5’s
Tue 2:00 – 3:00pm (MEC4/5-T)
Wed 12:00 – 1:00pm (MEC4/5-W)
Sat 9:00 -10:00am (MEC4/5-S1)
Sat 12:45 – 1:45pm (MEC4/5-S2)

6’s
Sat 11:45 – 12:45pm (MEC6-S)

Register soon to avoid disappointment! Secure your preferred class today. Visit our website for detailed descriptions and a full list of all days and times offered: www.wiltonmusic.com

* NEW LOCATIONS of Classes *
Tuesday classes: St John’s Parish Hall behind Cathedral at 816 Spadina Cres
Wednesday classes: Albert Community Centre, 610 Clarence Ave S
Saturday classes: Wildwood Mennonite Church, 1502 Acadia Dr, lower level

Employment Readiness Classes

The Saskatoon Open Door Society is recruiting participants for their February employment readiness classes – Financial Services Preparation, Customer Service & Canadian Essential Workplace Training, and Security Guard Course.

Interested participants may contact Maria Magno, Employment Counselor at mmagno@sods.sk.ca or 306-653-4464 ext 367 for more information or to register.

Financial Services Preparation:
Are you an internationally-trained business professional with previous training or experience in the field of banking and finance, customer service, sales and marketing?
The Employer Connections Program of the Saskatoon Open Door Society is pleased to announce that we are holding a 4-week employment-readiness Financial Services Prep class in partnership with RBC Royal Bank.
FSP offers you:
– A smooth transition into the Canadian labour market
– Career exploration in the financial services industry
– Job search guidance, resume, cover letter and interview preparation workshop
– A speed mentoring session
Who can join?
– Newcomers who are eligible to work in Canada
– Must speak, read, and write English at CLB level 6+
– With work experience in a business-related field
– With post secondary education in a non-regulated profession (i.e. banking, finance, administration)
– Committed to attend classes for 4 weeks
Space is limited to 12 participants. We will conduct information sessions on the following dates:
January 20th (Tuesday), at 11:00 am
January 29th (Thursday) at 10:00 am
Classes start February 2, 2015, 9:30am – 3:30pm

Customer Service & Canadian Essential Workplace Training
We are pleased to announce that we are holding a Customer Service & Canadian Essential Workplace Training
in partnership with Tim Hortons.
Phase One of training will take place at 100-129 3rd Ave North
January 26-28 from 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Phase Two will be on site at Tim Hortons
Who can attend?
Candidates must be
Job Ready, 18+ years, and have at least CLB 4
Space is limited to 10 participants.
Register quickly and we will let you know as soon as possible if you have been selected.

Saskatchewan Justice Security Guard Course
In partnership with GARDAWORLD, the Employer Connections Program of the Saskatoon Open Door Society is pleased to announce that we are holding a 40-hour Saskatchewan Justice regulated, lecture-based course which is mandatory for new applicatns entering into the security industry in the province of Saskatchewan.
Training is February 17th through to February 27th, 2015, Mon-Fri., 8:30am-12:00pm (noon), at the 1st Floor of the Macro Property Building, 115 1st Ave North.
Space is limited to 15 participants. So please get on the waiting list quickly and we will let you know as soon as possible if you have been selected.
Who can join?
– 18 years old or older
– Valid Class 5 driver’s license is recommended but not mandatory
– CLB 5+
– Committed to 100% attendance
– Training Fee for Open Door clients is $200, required before class starts