Integrating Workplace Essential Skills into Curricula: A Process Model (2005)

Workplace essential skills are the skills required in all occupations that enable people to do their work, skills that learners must have to succeed in getting and keeping employment. In recent years, educators and government funders have realized that learners benefit from instruction that integrates academic and workplace essential skills. They have begun to look at ways of including these skills in programs that prepare people for the workplace. This manual, prepared by Alberta Workforce Essential Skills, outlines a six-step process model for integrating workplace essential skills into training program curricula. In developing this process model, Alberta Workforce Essential Skills has utilized the bank of essential skills profiles identified by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.

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Marilyn Luft and Dawn Seabrook de Vargas. Integrating Workplace Essential Skills into Curricula: A Process Model 2005. Web. 10 Aug. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/awes/iwesc/iwesc.pdf>
Marilyn Luft & Dawn Seabrook de Vargas (2005). Integrating Workplace Essential Skills into Curricula: A Process Model. Retrieved August 10, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/awes/iwesc/iwesc.pdf
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