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Reinvent, Pivot and Transition Successfully into a New Career Path

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Sara Struthers, Manager, Individual Learner Services, DX Talent Hub at Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)

To transition into a new career and industry doesn’t mean that you need to begin from the bottom of the ladder. It is just a process of reinventing yourself. The reason for one to reinvent yourself can be a plenty. Maybe they lost a job, maybe they wanted a career change or maybe they believe there are better opportunities elsewhere. 

There are so many people who have successfully transitioned from their previous careers into a new path that is nowhere close to what they did earlier. Pivoting into a new course can be exciting, but it can also feel overwhelming.

Transitioning has its advantages too. While you are opening doors to better opportunities, you are also acquiring “transferable” skills that are highly valued in today’s job market.

To inspire and motivate us, we had our keynote speaker, Sara Struthers. During her initial days, she was looking after her family business. She slowly transitioned into being an HR professional and today she has found success in the tech world and is currently spearheading the Individual Learner Services of DX Talent at SAIT.

Sara enlightened us about the many ways one can start a new career path. She explained that while having the courage to change paths is the most important aspect, having the education increases our confidence and our ability to excel. She defined that the process of change starts with self-assessment, career assessment, competency mapping, upskilling & reskilling, networking and ends with a good resume.

At the end of the event, participants had an in-depth knowledge of how to successfully transition into a new career path.

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