Douglas Watt

The Information Technology Support Associate Program: Keeping IT's Human Resources Pool Filled (2005)

The Software Human Resource Council’s (SHRC’s) Information Technology Support Associate (ITSA) program is a career-awareness and skills development initiative that helps high school students prepare for careers in IT and, at the same time, helps meet the growing demand for skilled IT workers in every sector of the economy.

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2013-08-28

FITTskills: Building Worldwide Opportunities in Today's Dynamic Global Economy, One Skill at a Time (2005)

The FITTskills program developed by the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT) offers training in the fundamental aspects of international business, building the competencies needed to compete in global markets.

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2013-08-22

The Environmental Skills Internship Project Cleaning Up on Skills Training in Cape Breton's Budding Environment Sector (2005)

The Environmental Skills Internship (ESI) project established by the Environmental Careers Organization of Canada (ECO Canada) provides wage subsidies to environmental businesses based in Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton region.

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2013-08-21

The Labour Market Information (LMI) Program: Acting on Human Resource Information to Build and Maintain Capacity in the Canadian Construction Sector (2005)

The Labour Market Information (LMI) program is the cornerstone of the Construction Sector Council’s (CSC’s) activities. The LMI provides the industry with information and tools to make decisions about human resources; helps government develop policy; and supports career awareness and selection.

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2013-08-20

National Occupational Standards and Certification System: Soaring to New Human Resources Heights in the Aviation Maintenance Sector (2005)

Established in 1991, the Canadian Aviation Maintenance Council (CAMC) is a not-for-profit organization that links business, labour, and educational institutions as it responds to the human resources needs of the aviation and aerospace industry.

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2013-08-16

Interactive Distance Learning: Putting the Training Wheels in Motion in Canada's Automotive Repair and Service Shops (2005)

Broadcasting out of a state-of-the-art training facility and studio in Richmond Hill, Ontario, the Interactive Distance Learning (IDL) program established by the Canadian Automotive Repair and Service (CARS) Council has proven to be an indispensable learning and skills development initiative for the automotive repair and service industry.

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2013-08-15

Earning Your Wheels: The Driving Force Behind Skills, Competencies and Attitudes in Canada's Trucking Industry (2005)

The Earning Your Wheels (EYW) program developed by the Canadian Trucking Human Resource Council (CTHRC) helps both workers and the industry by developing skilled, competent, and knowledgeable drivers.

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2013-08-06

Community-Based Learning Opportunities, Winner, 2006 – Tamarack: An Institute for Community Engagement (2007)

Established in 2001, Tamarack is a national charitable institute that works closely with local organizations to help Canadian communities develop collaborative solutions to challenges they face. Tamarack has developed a website on community engagement and collaboration, with the site acting as a catalyst for disseminating the knowledge needed to develop and maintain safe, healthy, and progressive communities.

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2013-07-17

Community-Based Learning Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities, Winner, 2006 – The CNIB Digital Library: Making Information Available to Visually Impaired Persons (2007)

The CNIB, in partnership with Microsoft Canada, has developed a digital library to provide visually impaired Canadians with instant access to information.

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2013-07-16

Community-Based Learning Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities, Winner, 2005: The Canadian Helen Keller Centre's Computer Essentials and Technical Devices Program (2005)

The Canadian Helen Keller Centre (CHKC) is a not-for-profit organization in Toronto, Ontario, that offers training and skills development for individuals with the dual disability of deafness and blindness.

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2013-07-12

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