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Saskatchewan News

Yorkton, Sask. –

A new video series for employers and job seekers has been created by SaskAbilities and will be accessible to the public – free of charge – starting April 1.

Focusing on the “what not to do” and “what to do” in the workplace, the video series – Jobs Skills for Success – includes 20 short video clips that showcase transferable job skills for individuals experiencing disabilities, or barriers to employment, while providing some laughter to viewers.

“It’s made up of what to do and what not to do video clips, it has a bit of comic relief, it is easy to understand, easy to follow,” Jackie Washenfelder, program manager of SaskAbilities Yorkton Branch, explained.

“It’s meant to support learners, employers, and educators on how to do a job effectively.”

Washenfelder said SaskAbilities felt it was time to create a more modern and interactive manual for training videos that companies and …

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