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EmployAbility Success! Essential Skills at Work (2011)

Workbook

This workbook offers students a chance to practise Essential Skills and, at the same time, learn how those skills are applied in the workplace.

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2013-01-08

EmployAbility Success! Essential Skills at Work (2011)

Workbook

This workbook offers students a chance to practise Essential Skills and, at the same time, learn how those skills are applied in the workplace.

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2011-11-15

EmployAbility Success! Essential Skills at Work (2011)

Relationship Matrix

This chart has been developed specifically for practitioners in Ontario who are using the “EmployAbility Success” workbook with their students.

The chart shows the relationship between the job tasks in the workbook and the Ontario Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework (OALCF). It helps practitioners understand how the job tasks in “EmployAbility Success!” support specific competencies within task groups in the OALCF.

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2011-09-09

Workbook 7 - Essential Skills to Maintain Employability (2011)

This workbook is part of a series prepared through a project designed to develop resources for people who want to look for work while strengthening their Essential Skills. Funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Office of Literacy and Essential Skills, the project was carried out by Literacy Link South Central (LLSC) in Ontario.

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2011-08-05

Workbook 6 - Essential Skills to Market Yourself at the Interview (2011)

This workbook is one of a series that grew out of a project designed to develop resources for people who want to look for employment while strengthening their Essential Skills. The project was carried out by Literacy Link South Central (LLSC), a regional network in Ontario, and was funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Office of Literacy and Essential Skills.

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2011-08-05

Workbook 5 - Essential Skills to Market Yourself with a Resume and Cover Letter (2011)

This workbook is part of a series prepared through a project designed to develop resources for people who want to look for work while strengthening their Essential Skills. Funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Office of Literacy and Essential Skills, the project was carried out by Literacy Link South Central (LLSC) in Ontario.

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2011-08-02

Workbook 4 - Essential Skills to Search for Jobs (2011)

This workbook is one in a series developed through a project aimed at creating resources for people who want to look for employment while strengthening their Essential Skills. Funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Office of Literacy and Essential Skills, the project was carried out by Literacy Link South Central (LLSC), a regional support network in Ontario.

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2011-08-02

Workbook 3 - Essential Skills to Research Your Occupation (2011)

This workbook is part of a series prepared through a project designed to develop resources for people who want to look for work while strengthening their Essential Skills. Funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Office of Literacy and Essential Skills, the project was carried out by Literacy Link South Central (LLSC) in Ontario.

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2011-08-02

Workbook 1 - Essential Skills to Identify the Job Searcher (2011)

This workbook is one of a series prepared by Literacy Link South Central (LLSC), a regional network in Ontario, and is the result of a project designed to develop resources for people who want to look for employment while strengthening their Essential Skills. The project was funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Office of Literacy and Essential Skills.

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2011-07-28

Workbook 2 - Essential Skills to Identify the Job (2011)

This workbook is one of a series that grew out of a project designed to develop resources for people who want to look for employment while strengthening their Essential Skills. The project was carried out by Literacy Link South Central (LLSC), a regional network in Ontario, and was funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Office of Literacy and Essential Skills.

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2011-07-28

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