January 24, 2018, Wednesday
9:30 AM - 1:00PM
Workforce Professionals Training Institute
11 Park Place
New York, New York 10007
Standard Fee: $95
In this course, participants will gain a better understanding of the rights, opportunities and potential pitfalls for immigrant jobseekers and workers. A general overview of immigration will be followed by an exploration of the rights of immigrants in the workplace. Topics covered include how to get a work permit, rights for those working legally and not legally, and deportation concerns and rights related to both authorized and unauthorized workers.
Upon completion of this course, participants will:
- Learn about the rights immigrants have in the workplace;
- Develop skills on how to assist immigrant jobseekers and workers; and
- Create next steps for implementation.
Employment Counselors/Case Managers, Employment Educators and Employment Trainers, Job Developers, Retention Specialists, Work Readiness Trainers/Instructors, Workshop Facilitators, Career Coaches, Life Skills Instructors/Facilitators, Employment Specialists, Program Supervisors and Directors
Lynn Ventura, Senior Staff Attorney, Manhattan Legal Services
Interested in registering a group?
If you would like to register a group to participate in this training, please contact Saki Mori, Office Manager, WPTI, for updated registration policy and to register staff. You may contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-278-5685.
Are you a provider site for a DYCD program?
If you are a DYCD provider, please contact Saki Mori, Office Manager, WPTI, for updated registration policy and to register staff. You may contact her at email@example.com or 646-278-5685.