This workshop talks about the labour market situation and job-seeking opportunities, teaches you how to prepare the necessary application documents, provides you with guidelines on what to do at job interviews and discusses other topics that come up in the workshop.
It is suitable for those who have no job-seeking experience or skills in preparing application documents or whose application documents are not thorough or correct enough or require updating. You can also attend the workshop if you need support and encouragement to attend a job interview or apply for a job.
The workshop covers the following main topics:
- the labour market (an overview of the labour market situation in Estonia, in specific counties or areas and in the European Union);
- motivation (why it is important to look for work);
- finding a job (public and hidden job offers, job mediation portals, incl. EURES, different types of job advertisements, and application opportunities);
- application documents;
- job interviews;
- practising for job interviews;
- discussions and Q&A.
Job-seeking workshops focusing on a specific topic, such as job interviews or application documents, are also held. During the workshop you can express your opinions, talk about your job-seeking experiences to date and discuss issues related to finding a job.
Workshop activities are regularly organised by the career information specialist in all Unemployment Insurance Fund offices.
If you are interested in participating in a job search workshop, please inform your consultant, who will register you for the workshop.
If you are registered as unemployed and participating in a workshop, job club or psychological or debt counselling, we will pay you commuting and accommodation benefits as needed.
The labour market service provided for individuals with decreased working ability is co-financed by the European Social Fund of the European Union by regulation No. 57 of the Minister of Social Protection and the Minister of Health and Labour of 27 March 2015 on the basis of ‘Provision of labour market services to the target group of work reforms’ .