Would pole dance if necessary

Old Jun 28th 2007, 7:08 am
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Hello again folks,
After all the help and advice i have crashed the laptop several times due to dial-up searching sites recommended by yourselves!
I have noticed on the occupations lists "hospitality management" style listings.
In addition to my carpentry/building background I had a six year career in bar/pub/restaurant management. Would this angle offer oppurtunities or am i stretching a bit? Truth be known I would poledance to get in quicker but as I resemble a Dr Moreau experiment the odds are slim on that route!

Any info again greatly accepted, regards Paul
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I already do pole dance - do ya think it would help?
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Originally Posted by Kazphillips
I already do pole dance - do ya think it would help?
Depends on wether you also look like a phil mitchell & pug cross, if so no, unless there is market I am unaware of! By the way surely Pole dancing is a specialised trade, I have trained weights for years and can barely drag myself up a rope without a minor coronary let alone swing round by 1 leg with a relaxed smile on my face!
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Originally Posted by paul-niki
Hello again folks,
After all the help and advice i have crashed the laptop several times due to dial-up searching sites recommended by yourselves!
I have noticed on the occupations lists "hospitality management" style listings.
In addition to my carpentry/building background I had a six year career in bar/pub/restaurant management. Would this angle offer oppurtunities or am i stretching a bit? Truth be known I would poledance to get in quicker but as I resemble a Dr Moreau experiment the odds are slim on that route!

Any info again greatly accepted, regards Paul
Hi Paul

Some of the provinces of Canada are desperate for tradesmen - why dont you see if you can get a job and a WP and then when you get there apply for PR from within Canada with a letter saying that you have a perm job and hopefully speed things up for you. That way when you are PR you can build or manager a restaurant.

Just to let you know I have a SOWP and am waiting to join hubby out there sent CV's off to tonnes of Hospitality places (as I am an ex brewers fayre manager) have already had one call from a regional manager for Boston Pizza requesting we meet up the day after I arrive.

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Some of the provinces of Canada are desperate for tradesmen - why dont you see if you can get a job and a WP and then when you get there apply for PR from within Canada with a letter saying that you have a perm job and hopefully speed things up for you. That way when you are PR you can build or manager a restaurant.

Just to let you know I have a SOWP and am waiting to join hubby out there sent CV's off to tonnes of Hospitality places (as I am an ex brewers fayre manager) have already had one call from a regional manager for Boston Pizza requesting we meet up the day after I arrive.

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Hello Gaynor,
congratulations on your progress, do you know if hospitality management is considered for pnp/wp. Although i have the building skills if a job in hospitality could get me over there i would feel more secure in that type of role as construction in any country is often seasonally and market affected (especially when on the tools), whereas a position within a chain food/beverage outlet would seem a more secure role. In the end i am just looking for the quickest, most feasible way in.
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Originally Posted by paul-niki
Hello Gaynor,
congratulations on your progress, do you know if hospitality management is considered for pnp/wp. Although i have the building skills if a job in hospitality could get me over there i would feel more secure in that type of role as construction in any country is often seasonally and market affected (especially when on the tools), whereas a position within a chain food/beverage outlet would seem a more secure role. In the end i am just looking for the quickest, most feasible way in.
Pick up this link and click n the link in the post.

It is a copy of this months muchmoor magazine - all about moving to Canada. There is a huge article on a relaunched Alberta PNP and it goes industry by industry. Think it is more Food processing than service that is covered by the PNP but take a look.

Think that it would be quite hard to get a WP for management in Food Service as I would assume that HRDSC would say anyone could be trained for that - however I do know that in some cities across Canada alot of places are desparate for people. Do a monster.ca search for jobs in Hospitality and you will know what I mean.

Do you have qualifications in the building trade ?? If so although you would have to retrain I still think that this is the easiest route for you to try.

Also check out which of the professions allows your OH to get a Spousal Open Work Permit as without one of these your OH will not be able to work for the duration of your WP. The only wat around that would be to go on a WP and then apply for PR from within with a permament job offer which would take a year and thenyour OH would be able to work once PR status has been achieved.

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