Peer Tutoring: Employees Helping Employees at Canadian Forest Products Ltd. (2002)

This Conference Board of Canada (http://www.conferenceboard.ca) case study examines the workplace education program in place at Canadian Forest Products limited, a lumber company based in Vancouver, B.C. The company works collaboratively with unions in three of its mills to train employees to become peer tutors who lead learning activities in the workplace. Canadian Forest Products uses peer tutoring to enhance employees’ basic literacy and numeracy skills and to help them prepare for educational goals, such as receiving the General Education Diploma. This case study highlights the program's objectives, target groups, activities, resources, innovations, barriers, solutions and other points of interest.

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2008-11-20
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The Conference Board of Canada. Peer Tutoring: Employees Helping Employees at Canadian Forest Products Ltd. 2002. Web. 25 Feb. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/cboc/canforest/canforest.pdf>
The Conference Board of Canada (2002). Peer Tutoring: Employees Helping Employees at Canadian Forest Products Ltd.. Retrieved February 25, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/cboc/canforest/canforest.pdf
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