Assessing You: The first step in career planning (formerly by Alberta Employment and Immigration (Contributors)

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3. Descriptions of educational/training experiences and related documents. g. g. certificates/diplomas/degrees). Save documentation that demonstrates your attendance and/or performance at learning activities. It is important to keep track of papers that indicate you have specific knowledge, skills and abilities so it’s a good idea to keep certificates, diplomas, transcripts and related documents in your portfolio. It is also important to keep information about other training activities such as workshops, conferences or non-certified courses.

3. 4. 5. Qualities I would like to develop 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 52 © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration Personal Assets Summary Activity Storytelling SEE PAGE 24 Personal Characteristics Supporting Examples 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration 53 Activity Life Influences SEE PAGE 26 1) Influence of gender 2) 3) 1) Influence of ethnic/cultural/ religious background 2) 3) 1) Influence of surrounding conditions and events 2) 3) 1) Influence of learning experiences 2) 3) 54 © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration Personal Assets Summary Activity Resources And Riches SEE PAGE 32 Unique Life Experiences 1.

For example, the ability to converse easily with people is a useful attribute to have in fields such as sales, education and social work. 38 © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration Activity Gazing Into The Crystal Ball Get ready to gaze into the crystal ball and take a forward look at your life. In the last activity, you took a look at your past, right up to the present. Now you have the opportunity to expand your potential and assess your possibilities by looking to the future.

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