Canadian Indigenous People: Workplace Literacy and Essential Skills (2005)

A national survey of Aboriginal Workforce/Essential Skills Development Programs was conducted.

The purpose of the survey was to identify critical success factors in the development, delivery and evaluation of such initiatives. The most important characteristics of these programs include:
- Adult Educators
- Integration of culturally appropriate materials
- Learner-Centred
- On-going Communication between all involved
- Strategic Partnerships
- Supportive Employers
- Voluntary Participation
- Safe Learning Environment

A checklist for guidance when developing
such initiatives is provided in addition to details on the development of Workplace Practitioners.

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2006-04-21
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OARS Training Inc. and National Indigenous Literacy Association. Canadian Indigenous People: Workplace Literacy and Essential Skills 2005. Web. 28 Oct. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/indigenous/indigenous.pdf>
OARS Training Inc. & National Indigenous Literacy Association (2005). Canadian Indigenous People: Workplace Literacy and Essential Skills. Retrieved October 28, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/indigenous/indigenous.pdf
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