Essential Skills Program Implementation for Learning Networks: The Role of Employers and Learning Networks in an Essential Skills Program (2010)

This manual was designed to help Ontario’s Learning Networks with the implementation of brokering services for Essential Skills programs.

The authors explain that a learning network can play a role as a broker, acting as an agent or intermediary to negotiate and promote Essential Skills programs to employers. Brokering allows the network to use its expertise without a huge time commitment and maximizes its ability to promote Essential Skills programs in the community.

The authors explain the steps to becoming a broker; discuss whether brokering can be a revenue-generating activity; and provide a variety of broker tools.

Get resource
Added: 
2010-12-10
APA citation
Adult Basic Education Association (ABEA). Essential Skills Program Implementation for Learning Networks: The Role of Employers and Learning Networks in an Essential Skills Program 2010. Web. 2 Dec. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/abea/es_program/es_program.pdf>
Adult Basic Education Association (ABEA) (2010). Essential Skills Program Implementation for Learning Networks: The Role of Employers and Learning Networks in an Essential Skills Program. Retrieved December 2, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/abea/es_program/es_program.pdf
© 2020 Copian Library