Supported Job Search - Part A: Coach's Guide (2004)

The goal of this guide and the accompanying student manual is to help people search effectively for work.

The author notes that both job clubs and a supported job search are based on the premise that looking for work should not be done in isolation. Specifically, the supported job search is designed for people who have finished their academic program at a learning centre and are ready to search for a job.

The author says the role of the coach is to keep the student on track, not to take over the search effort. The guide covers such topics as self-assessment; setting goals; applications; job banks, advertised positions, and the hidden job market; interviews; and networking.

The author has included a number of suggested activities that a coach can do with a student seeking a job.

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Keith Harford. Supported Job Search - Part A: Coach's Guide 2004. Web. 30 Nov. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/lleo/supported_job/supported_job_coach/supported_job_coach.pdf>
Keith Harford (2004). Supported Job Search - Part A: Coach's Guide. Retrieved November 30, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/lleo/supported_job/supported_job_coach/supported_job_coach.pdf
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