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Job Club Leadership Training

This Job Club Leadership Training course provides participants highly effective and proven strategies in teaching the necessary skills to job seekers. Learning and practicing the application of the Azrin Method, participants will gain confidence and competence in presenting information and transferring knowledge to ensure clients’ full understanding and mastery. Throughout the 5 days topics covered will also include the role of leadership in effectively handling challenging group situations, how to apply the Azrin Method to specialized populations and in 1-1 sessions, creating the environment for optimum learning and the importance of feedback when learning new skills.


October 28 - November 1, 2019 – Monday to Friday


9 – 5, 1 hour for lunch, 35 hours of training


Coquitlam Campus 



CRN:  31165

Judi Huta and Renee Russell


To register for the Job Club Leadership Training, please call the CE Registration Office at 604-527-5472 and quote CRN 31165. 

* Full payment will be required upon registration.  

Judi Huta, CCDP, CCW, RTC (Reality Therapy Certified) believes that with self-knowledge and trust, we have faith in our abilities, skills and talents. She believes that with faith we have the courage to change our thoughts, take new actions and create better results for ourselves, our communities and the workplace. Judi is a passionate career development practitioner, educator, facilitator, leader, and mentor who has helped hundreds of people reach personal and professional goals through focusing on strengths and possibilities. Her extensive experience includes working with children, youth and families, immigrants, job seekers, Aboriginal people, people with diverse-abilities, employers, business associations and post-secondary students.

Renée Russell  MA, CDPP 

During the span of her career Renee has held several roles within the Employment sector. With years of training the trainers in Leadership facilitation, demonstrating dedication and genuine commitment, she has coordinated provincial/federal programs which created opportunities of employment for people from all walks of life in local communities. She took part in international programs to develop Career Practitioner's Guides and Resources Toolkit manuals for the Caribbean's and in Africa.

As a consultant, she promoted the development of Career Practitioners by providing personality assessment certifications across Canada. She has a wide repertoire of workshops and seminars aiming at the development of leadership and engagement in the workplace.

Renee is a life-long learner and always encouraging skills development and education.