Towards Understanding Business, Labour and Sector Council Needs and Challenges Related to Enhanced Language Training (2004)

Final Report

This is a report on a development project conducted by the Canadian Labour and Business Centre relating to Citizenship and Immigration Canada's (CIC) Enhanced Language Training initiative. This initiative falls under CIC's Immigrant Settlement and Adaptation Program and aims to provide high-level or job-specific language training to immigrants.

The project presented here had three objectives:
1 - To identify, understand, and analyze the needs, barriers, and challenges facing sector councils, business, and labour with respect to occupation-specific language training;
2 - To identify models, best practices, and approaches in delivering both occupation-specific language training and Canadian work experience programs that illustrate how some industry needs are already being met effectively.
3 - To work in partnership with workplace stakeholders to identify key considerations for developing realistic, practical, and valid approaches to occupation-specific language training.

This report includes the following:
- Executive summary
- Methodology
- Scope and understanding
- Background and analysis
- Findings
- Some promising practices
- Conclusions

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Canadian Labour and Business Centre. Towards Understanding Business, Labour and Sector Council Needs and Challenges Related to Enhanced Language Training 2004. Web. 29 Sep. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/clbc/enhanced/04jul20.pdf>
Canadian Labour and Business Centre (2004). Towards Understanding Business, Labour and Sector Council Needs and Challenges Related to Enhanced Language Training. Retrieved September 29, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/clbc/enhanced/04jul20.pdf
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