Workplace Education Works: The Results of an Outcome Evaluation Study of the Nova Scotia Workplace Education Initiative (2000)

This study is an attempt to build on the results of earlier research by providing some insights into why and how workplace education has an impact. This goal is accomplished by evaluating the degree to which Nova Scotia's Workplace Education Initiative has met its objectives.

The Workplace Education Initiative has four objectives:
1) To create accessible learning opportunities for workers in Nova Scotia's workplaces.
2) To enhance the essential skills of participants in Nova Scotia's workplaces.
3) To influence the economic and social development of Nova Scotia by providing relevant education that impacts individuals where they work and live.
4) To encourage the establishment of a lifelong learning culture in Nova Scotia and its workplaces.

Feedback was gathered from a number of people who have been involved with the Workplace Education Initiative. The comments indicate that the Initiative is contributing to the economic and social development of the province as well as to the creation of a life-long learning culture.

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Shannon Kelly. Workplace Education Works: The Results of an Outcome Evaluation Study of the Nova Scotia Workplace Education Initiative 2000. Web. 6 Aug. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/worked/works.pdf>
Shannon Kelly (2000). Workplace Education Works: The Results of an Outcome Evaluation Study of the Nova Scotia Workplace Education Initiative. Retrieved August 6, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/worked/works.pdf
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