Training & Resources

There are many things that you can do to give yourself an edge when looking for new work. Our training and resources below can help set you up to succeed!


Walk-In Resource & Information Centre
Offered year-round during our business hours

At the UHC offices, we have built a safe space for all job seekers to use our computers, printers, fax machines, and employment resources anytime during our business hours. You get the chance to focus on your job search while knowing our friendly staff members are on-site to help with your questions.

Employment Skills Training
Offered year-round on Tuesdays and Thursdays

Let UHC help you with creating your resume and cover letter, practicing mock interviews, and navigating the job search market!

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Free Workshops
Offered year-round; dates and times vary

Free Workshops

Throughout the year, UHC offers a variety of workshops to help get you ready for your new job. The focus of each workshop can range from interview techniques and resume building to help with computer software like MS Word. We also feature guest speakers to help shed more light on the current job market.

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Create a Resume

Whether you are building a new resume from scratch or refreshing an older version, UHC can help! In addition to our training and workshop opportunities, where we offer you hands-on guidance, we have created a helpful Resume Building Guide so that you can get started at home today.

Critique your Resume

First impressions count a lot! Let UHC be your second set of eyes before you submit your new resume to a potential employer. We can review your resume to improve the appearance, legibility, language, or impact to help impress employers.

Submit your Resume

Windsor-Essex Discover Ability Network

The network brings together service providers, employers, post secondary and other stakeholders to help businesses connect with the talent they need and jobseekers access employment opportunities.  It is a one stop portal where businesses can post jobs and job seekers can post resumes. The  technology matches talent to jobs and automatically sends job ads to qualified individuals. Discover Ability is a free online portal and resource that connects Ontario businesses directly to people with disabilities. The online portal includes a 6-step hiring road map that acts as a great resource for employers, and provides answers to many questions employers may have when hiring and retaining employees with disabilities. The platform is completely free for both job seekers and employers.

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Job Search Sites

While the opportunities found on our Job Board are exclusive to UHC, you may still find your next job at one of these sites.