Assessing You: The first step in career planning (formerly by Alberta Employment and Immigration (Contributors)
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Need Joseph didn’t have the knowledge and skills required to build a log home, or the information and support he needed to pursue his dream. The following chart outlines the types of support he decided he needed. Current Resources Needed Resources People who believe that I can make a living building log houses Two close friends Other log builders who are making a living this way Information on log building training Log building magazines advertising courses Additional information on log building training, perhaps from the library, local Alberta Empoyment and Immigration service centre, the Internet, or an association of log builders Advertisement in local paper about log building courses Talk to other log builders to see how they learned the skills needed Potential business partners 30 RESOURCES No partners now Need to find business partners © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration Material Resources Many people overlook material resources when they’re reviewing their assets.
Professional 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Community 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. g. g. mortgage, loans) © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration 57 Activity The Loves Of Your Life SEE PAGE 36 Themes and other insights 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 58 © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration Personal Assets Summary Activity Gazing Into The Crystal Ball SEE PAGE 39 My top five wishes Why? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration 59 Activity The Life I Want SEE PAGE 40 Setting Work Leisure Relationships Immediate Goals Long-Term Goals Assets I have that will help me meet my goals Assets I need to acquire to meet my goals 60 © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration AssessingYou The First Step in Career Planning Thinking about a career change?
The more sources of support and information you know and use, the better. Different sources may offer emotional support, financial support, or various ways of supporting your learning efforts. For example, you may find it helpful to discuss your dreams and aspirations with people who are understanding and supportive. Or, you may need information about types of work, work opportunities or work search strategies. You can get various types of support from • personal sources such as friends and family • professional sources such as colleagues, classmates, instructors and employers • community resources such as counsellors, religious leaders and staff in libraries and Alberta Employment and Immigration service centers © Government of Alberta, Alberta Employment and Immigration Depending on your life circumstances, the sources of support available to you will vary.