College Sector Committee for Adult Upgrading (CSC)

A “How to” Guide for AU Professors: Integrating Academic Upgrading (AU) into Pre-Apprenticeship Programs (2011)

This handbook is part of a larger College Sector Committee (CSC) project aimed at ensuring that pre-apprenticeship students receive an Academic Upgrading (AU) component tailored to their trade and seamlessly connected with the trade component of their program. It is aimed at professors who are required to integrate AU into pre-apprenticeship or pre-trades programs in Ontario’s community colleges.

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2011-11-30

Prepared for Success 2009-2010 (2010)

A Study of the Success of Adult Upgrading Graduates in the First Semester of Postsecondary Programs

This report is made up of charts and bar graphs that illustrate the postsecondary outcomes of students who had moved from upgrading programs to further education in Ontario’s college system between 2003 and 2010.

It includes information on students’ choice of programs; numbers of students who switch programs; retention rates; and grade point average (GPA).

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2011-11-08

Literature Review on Integrating Literacy and Essential Skills into Trades (2011)

Working Paper

This literature review is part of a project undertaken by Ontario’s College Sector Committee (CSC) for Adult Upgrading. The goal of the project is to ensure that pre-apprenticeship students receive an Academic Upgrading (AU) component tailored to their trade and connected seamlessly with the trade component of their program.

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2011-10-11

The State of Integrating Academic Upgrading into Pre-Apprenticeship Programming in Ontario's Colleges (2011)

Final Report

This report is the result of a project aimed at ensuring that pre-apprenticeship students in Ontario’s colleges are getting an Academic Upgrading (AU) component tailored to their trade and seamlessly connected to the trade component of the program. It outlines the current state of integration between AU and Apprenticeship for Pre-Apprenticeship programming along with the effective practices that are being used at the faculty level.

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2011-10-05

Employment Track Express: Pilot Project Evaluation Report (2008)

This report describes a pilot project developed to help laid-off workers in western Ontario gain the computer skills needed to help them find new jobs.

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2011-01-11

Making the Business Case for Integration among Employment Ontario Program and Services (2009)

Academic Upgrading, Job Connect, Apprenticeship, and Employment Assistance Services

This report outlines the work of the College Sector Committee (CSC) with seven colleges across Ontario to document the business case for partnership efforts among academic upgrading, apprenticeship, job connect, and employment assistance services.

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2010-03-02

Bare Essentials: An Introduction to Essential Skills (2008)

This report grew out of a project entitled Provincial Partnerships to Promote Essential Skills: Motivation, Process and Outcomes. The partners agreed to focus on an Essential Skills resource for frontline practitioners and they developed a manual for that purpose. Originally, the focus was on developing a workshop that could be presented in venues appropriate to each of the project partners.

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2010-02-17

Promoting Provincial Partnerships: Motivation, Process and Outcomes (2008)

Final Report

This report is the result of a project led by Ontario's College Sector Committee for Adult Upgrading (CSC), in partnership with three other provincial organizations involved in adult literacy and upgrading: Community Literacy of Ontario (CLO), Ontario Association of Continuing Education School Board Administrators (CESBA) and the Ontario Native Literacy Coalition (ONLC).

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2010-02-17

Pathways to College (2008)

Report of the Adult Student Pathways to College Post-secondary Programs Project

About 25 per cent of students in post-secondary Ontario college programs have delayed their entrance to college and have never participated in any form of post-secondary education. These delayed entrants take multiple pathways to college that include participating in courses or programs to upgrade their academic skills.

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2009-02-24

Provincial Models of Program Integration (2007)

Final Report

In 2006, Ontario's College Sector Committee for Adult Upgrading was funded to develop models of integration for the training and support of clients in the college sector in that province.

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2008-03-27

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