Supporting Apprenticeship Completions: A Model of Service Provision – Consultation Report (2013)

This consultation report is part of a project designed to close the gap between the number of people who start apprenticeship programs in remote locations in Northern Ontario and the number who actually complete the programs and receive their trade credentials. The project’s objective is to identify and pilot models for supporting those apprentices.

This document provides an information framework for the project, and serves as a reference against which activities at the pilot sites can be assessed. It describes the project’s context; Employment Ontario’s services; Northern Ontario’s demographic profile; and Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) service providers’ capacity to deliver e-learning.

The author looks at apprenticeship and the issue of apprenticeship completion; reviews the literature and best practices related to referral, assessment, and program delivery; provides examples of existing information and referral practices; and describes barriers to the completion of apprenticeships.

The project also produced a final report and a guide to apprenticeship support tools and resources.

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Stewart Kallio. Supporting Apprenticeship Completions: A Model of Service Provision – Consultation Report 2013. Web. 17 Feb. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/support_apprent/support_apprent.pdf>
Stewart Kallio (2013). Supporting Apprenticeship Completions: A Model of Service Provision – Consultation Report. Retrieved February 17, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/support_apprent/support_apprent.pdf
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