Needs Assessment for the Construction Industry in B.C.& the Yukon (1992)

As its title suggests, this Needs Assessment deals with basic skills upgrading needs and ways to respond to those needs. There are many recommendations in this report - recommendations concerning courses, English as a second language, promotion, research, Clear Language, and computer learning opportunities, to name just a few.

The scope of the recommendations reflects the complexity of the industry - an industry in which the fine accuracy of the Carpenter shares pride of place with the agility of the Ironworker; where the diversity of the Labourer's functions exists side by side with the highly specialized world of the Elevator Constructor; where the patience of the cement Mason vies with the eclecticism of the Electrician and the responsibility of the Operating Engineer. It reflects as well the realization that basic skills upgrading has many dimensions, and that individual needs do not all fall into the same narrow parameters.

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. Needs Assessment for the Construction Industry in B.C.& the Yukon 1992. Web. 11 Aug. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/report1/rep08.pdf>
(1992). Needs Assessment for the Construction Industry in B.C.& the Yukon. Retrieved August 11, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/report1/rep08.pdf
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