Basic skills

Basic Skills and the Bottom Line: A Response from the Movement for Canadian Literacy to Bill C-12 (1996)

An Act Respecting Employment Insurance in Canada

This submission from the Movement for Canadian Literacy looks at the way in which Bill C-12: an Act respecting employment insurance in Canada, will support the development of Canada's human resources, and in particular how it will affect the millions of Canadians who have difficulty with the literacy demands they encounter each day at home, in their communities and in their jobs.

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1996-01-01

Workplace Basic Skills: A Teacher's Guide for Community-based Literacy Programs (1995)

This guide has been designed to help community-based literacy instructors plan, select, and teach materials that their students will have to use in the workplace.

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1995-01-01

Needs Assessment for the Construction Industry in B.C.& the Yukon (1992)

As its title suggests, this Needs Assessment deals with basic skills upgrading needs and ways to respond to those needs. There are many recommendations in this report - recommendations concerning courses, English as a second language, promotion, research, Clear Language, and computer learning opportunities, to name just a few.

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1992-01-01

Understanding Income Tax (2003)

Learning Materials for Literacy and Basic Skills

This guide is intended to teach students in literacy programs about income taxes. It helps learners understand about taxes, forms to use to pay taxes, and services provided by the government to low income tax payers. The guide was written for Level 2 learners in Ontario, but much of it will be useful to others.

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1990-01-01

Basic Skills in the Total Quality Workplace (1994)

This article provides advice to basic skills trainers on how to incorporate Total Quality Management (TQM) principles into the design and delivery of workplace education programs. The components of TQM as a management philosophy are introduced. The author makes the point that basic skills training can easily be overlooked in TQM training, but is in fact a necessary precursor of TQM training.

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1990-01-01

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