Skills For The Future - Phase 1 (2000)

Practitioner Training Strategy - Project Report

This report presents the findings of Phase One of the Literacy Practitioner Training Strategy of the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (Literacy and Basic Skills Section). This multi-phase initiative funded each of the literacy delivery sectors and streams to carry out research on the skills, training and recognition issues within their respective sectors/streams. The initial training of literacy practitioners is the central goal of the Strategy.

In Phase One of the Strategy, each sector and stream was to answer three questions:
1) What are the core skills needed by a practitioner in a given sector or stream?
2) How should these skills be acquired by individuals working in a given sector or stream?
3) How should the acquisition of these skills be recognized by the sector or stream?

These questions are addressed in separate chapters of the report, followed by recommendations.

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Lindsay Kennedy and Fiona Hueber. Skills For The Future - Phase 1 2000. Web. 5 Dec. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/litweb/province/on/clo/pratrain/skills1/pt1.pdf>
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