Bridging the Gap from LMI to Job Search Strategies and Placements

Labor market information (LMI) is invaluable for exploring and identifying great talent opportunities for your clients.

But helping them land those desirable jobs can be a challenging process. Knowing more about job search methods and application techniques can increase your chances of success.

How up-to-date are you on the latest job search strategies?

Ricki Kozumplik of AHA Consulting is back by popular demand to walk you through the process and help you develop an action plan to increase your odds of successful job placement.

Through this interactive, customized full-day training you will:

  • Learn the three job search components and the steps within each. 
  • Learn and practice how to help job seekers understand the employer perspective. 
  • Learn and practice how to help your customer become effective in seven job search strategies, including:
    • Accessing the hidden job market
    • Networking
    • Social media
    • Developing effective profiles, resumes, and cover letters
    • Job fairs
    • Job clubs
    • Interviewing preparation, participation and follow-up techniques.

Don’t miss this opportunity to dig deeper into the strategies that will produce a greater ROI for your efforts. Bring questions and get answers from a qualified expert.


Who Should Attend
  • Management Staff
  • Business Services Professionals
  • Job Seeker Staff
  • Career Coaches
  • Front Line Staff

 

Date

July 25, 2019
 

Time

Registration: 8:30 am
Training: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (includes lunch)


Location

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Detroit – Novi
42100 Crescent Blvd.
Novi, MI 48178

Directions



Fee

$120 Member
$165 Nonmember
 

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Trainer

Richalene (Ricki) Kozumplik, Owner, AHA Consulting

Accelerating Higher Achievements Consulting provides training, facilitation and consultation services to private and public employment and training and education systems throughout the nation. As owner, Ms. Kozumplik has assisted more than 39 US states and/ or territories (including Guam); the national and all regional Department of Labor offices; greater than 100 specific workforce areas and their Boards and One Stops across the nation; more than 31 state workforce boards or councils, training institutes and/or associations; and, various federal, state and local partner agencies. Those partner agencies include the Workforce Investment Act (Adult, Dislocated Worker, Youth, and Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers), Vocational Rehabilitation, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, Experienced Works, Employment Service, Unemployment Insurance, Veterans, Trade Adjustment Assistance, Adult and Continuing Education, Higher Education, economic development and community and faith-based organizations. Working throughout the country allows Ms. Kozumplik to identify and research “best” and “promising practices” within the workforce development system.