Connecting Research with Policy (2008)

The Learning Paths of Low Skilled Workers

In this booklet in the Connecting Research with Policy series, three key findings relating to learning and low-skilled workers are described. Below each finding, a brief paragraph entitled "policy implication" discusses what the key finding means in terms of workplace policies. The key findings discussed in this document are summarized as follows:

1- Workplace literacy and essential skills programs are catalysts for further learning at work.
2 - Employees with low skills can easily identify the types of informal workplace learning that happens from day-to-day.
3- Workers learn differently in formal training programs than they do when learning informally in their daily work.

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2008-06-12
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Partnerships in Learning and Maurice Taylor. Connecting Research with Policy 2008. Web. 25 Jan. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/interplay/connecting/connecting.pdf>
Partnerships in Learning & Maurice Taylor (2008). Connecting Research with Policy. Retrieved January 25, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/interplay/connecting/connecting.pdf
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