Retirement Transition Workshops . . . at Sea! (Retirement Seminars)
|Event Date/Time: Mar 17, 2007||End Date/Time: Mar 24, 2007|
Join us for 1, 2 or all 3 workshops (2 ½ hours each)
and get prepared and comfortable with getting paid to not go to work!!
Workshop One: What is Retirement?
In this session, participants will examine key topics that arise during retirement, create insightful strategies to help you redesign your purpose, roles, and schedules. You will learn the phases of retirement and then set measurable goals for your retirement.
Workshop Two: Retirement and Finances
What comes first - financial security (also known as the egg) or retirement (also known as the chicken)? Only you can answer that question and in this session, we give you the tools and information to make retirement decisions. Financial information will be available to describe pensions, benefits, and investing to show you how to organize and map out your finances so you can make good decisions and still live life to the fullest in retirement.
Workshop Three: Living the Retirement Lifestyle
When your 40 hour work week is now spent at home, something or someone may need to change. This session is designed to help you get re-acquainted with people in your household and re-arrange your routine to fit your retired life. You will have the opportunity to identify new expectations and interests, learn how to adjust to the retirement lifestyle and seek out new ideas and adventures you may want to incorporate into your dream . . . that is about to become reality.
Bonus Session: Identity Theft and Fraud
This bonus session is only available to those participants who sign up for at least two of the retirement workshops. This special Identity Theft and Fraud presentation will be presented by an associate who is currently with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He will give you important facts about identity theft and fraud and then teach you many useful and simple tips to help you avoid becoming a victim. He wants to ensure that the money you've worked so hard for, remains in your possession so you can enjoy your retirement years. These valuable facts, tips and techniques will reduce your risk of falling victim
. . . learn everything you can because criminals don't deserve the money you have worked so hard for!
Pam Paquet is registered with the Canadian Counselling Association and is a Masters level facilitator, counsellor, and mediator. She offers different workshops including retirement transition, stress management, and assertiveness training. She brings with her years of clinical experience in individual and group settings that have helped seniors, war veterans, RCMP Members and the Canadian Forces.