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Build Your Skill Toolkit

Identifying your skills is essential for communication with potential employers, as well as developing one’s own skill toolkit. Being aware of the contents of this personal toolkit is extremely important when building a successful job application—the more relevant your skills, the more likely you are to get the job. Through experience, education, and training, you can keep improving the skills you possess and develop new ones throughout your life.

Read more about identifying your skills, browse through resources and articles on this page, and take some time to list the skills you possess and the ones you wish to develop. 

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    Identifying the hard and soft skills that you possess as well as the ones you want to develop is an essential step in building your confidence and communicating with potential employers.

    Learn about the types of skills and find a practical worksheet to select skills in ten skill theme areas based on level of competence and interest.

    Find a practical worksheet to identify transferable skills for your job search or career planning.

    Learn about the Skills for Success which provide Canadians with everyday skills needed for work, learning and life. Improving them will help you succeed in today’s and tomorrow’s workplace.

    Discover 50+ transferable skills to include on your resume.

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    Contact 360 is powered by the Saskatoon Industry Education Council.

    Contact360 Phone: (306) 683-7772

    Contact360 Manager: Aaron Adair
    Saskatoon Industry Education Council
    441 Witney Ave. N.
    Saskatoon, SK S7L 3M6

    Contact 360 is a collaboration of organizations in Saskatchewan committed to the development of a career culture that supports youth, adults, educators and career practitioners in the advancement of life/work transitions.