Building Our Capacity: A Workplace Literacy Coordination Model (2001)

This report is the result of a project that created a model to help literacy providers and networks set up their own process for coordinating workplace education services within their regions.

The report is divided into seven sections: workplace planning process; marketing; evaluation of process; field testing; recommendations, challenges and accomplishments; financial requirements; and resources and bibliography.

There are also appendices containing questions used for carrying out organization needs assessments; marketing materials; sample proposals and contracts for workplace training; and handouts used for practitioner training.

The authors note that literacy providers can use the manual in whole or use the sections most relevant to their particular needs.

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2012-11-02
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Jane Tuer and Laura Marges. Building Our Capacity: A Workplace Literacy Coordination Model 2001. Web. 5 Mar. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/project_read/build_capacity/build_capacity.pdf>
Jane Tuer & Laura Marges (2001). Building Our Capacity: A Workplace Literacy Coordination Model. Retrieved March 5, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/project_read/build_capacity/build_capacity.pdf
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