Sector Council Program of Canada

National Occupational Standards: Task Analysis - Coach/Mentor/Assessor (2010)

Prepared by the Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council (CTHRC), this document breaks down the tasks performed and the skills required for three occupations in the industry: coach, mentor, and assessor.

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2014-05-23

Beyond the Wheel: Final Report for Industry (2012)

Labour Market Information Study

This report is part of a labour market information study initiated by the Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council (CTHRC) to help address current and future human resource requirements.

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2014-05-21

National Occupational Standards: Task Analysis – Dock Worker (2010)

Dock workers are responsible for sorting, handling, and loading freight as safely and efficiently as possible. They are employed by transportation companies, manufacturing and distribution companies and moving companies.

This guide, prepared by the Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council (CTHRC), breaks down the job of a dock worker to identify specific tasks carried out and skills required.

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2014-04-25

Overview of the Food Processing Industry (2005)

Canada’s food processing industry needs to develop a country-wide collaborative initiative in order to address its needs and be competitive in a global economy, say the authors of this report.

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2014-03-24

The Impact of Technology on Apprenticeship Training in Canada (2013)

This report looks at the degree to which apprenticeship training is being affected by the implementation of new technologies. It is based on 51 interviews with employers, employer associations, college instructors, and trainers, along with a scan of relevant national and international sources on the topic.

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2013-12-19

Measure Up: The case for national training standards in construction (2012)

The Canadian Operating Engineers Joint Apprenticeship and Training Council (COEJATC) has spearheaded a movement to develop and implement national training standards in its field.

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2013-09-23

Self-Assessment – Construction Workers' Workbook (2007)

This Essential Skills tool is for tradespeople, apprentices, and people interested in construction careers who want to assess their current Essential Skills and their readiness for technical training.

Based on typical construction workplace tasks, the exercises allow users to practice Reading Text, Document Use, and Numeracy. The score sheet allows them to assess their skills, and identify their strengths and weaknesses.

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2013-05-16

Essential Skills Workbook – Construction Supervisor, First Level (2010)

Designed to help supervisors and tradespeople who are interested in becoming supervisors to practice their Essential Skills, this tool was developed as a companion to the National Occupational Analysis (NOA) for the Construction Supervisor (First Level).

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2013-05-10

Essential Skills – Self Assessment: First Level Construction Supervisor (2008)

Designed to help both supervisors and tradespeople who are interested in becoming supervisors to assess their Essential Skills, this tool was developed as a companion to the National Occupational Analysis (NOA) for the Construction Supervisor (First Level).

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2013-04-26

Creating Easy to Read Documents: Plain Language Guidelines for the Trucking Industry (2009)

This guide is intended for anybody responsible for creating workplace materials used by professional drivers and other employees working and learning in the trucking industry.

The authors begin by explaining what plain language and workplace materials are. From there, they go on to discuss identifying the target audience; determining what information the audience needs; and organizing that information for the target audience.

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2012-10-25

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