Cooperative education & learning

Seneca College's Co-Operative Education: A Three-Way Partnership for Assessing and Developing Students' Employability Skills (1998)

Ontario’s Seneca College uses its cooperative education programs to help students develop their employability skills.

Students combine academic courses with work terms that offer them the chance to do productive work, not merely observe passively. They are paid for the work they do, which is supervised and evaluated by their employers.

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2013-11-28

Careers: The Next Generation's Co-op Plus Apprenticeship Programs: Linking Workplace Training with Classroom Learning (1998)

CAREERS: The Next Generation’s Co-op PLUS Apprenticeship Programs link workplace training with classroom learning to develop young people’s employability skills and help communities meet their workforce needs.

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2013-10-04

The benefits of experiential learning: (2008)

Lessons in Learning – February 21, 2008

The authors note that improvements in post-secondary educational attainment are an important response to the growing demand for skills in the Canadian labour market. However, in addition to academic skills, employers require their employees to have occupational skills, including both job-specific technical skills and “soft skills” like interpersonal communication and teamwork.

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2011-10-14

ABE Florida - 2005 (2005)

Resource Guide

This document would be of interest to those involved in the adult basic education field. The materials included in this resource guide have been designed to enhance adult basic education programs and contribute to program accountability. The guide contains nine chapters with the following headings:

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2008-04-23
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