Human resources

National Occupational Standards: Task Analysis - Coach/Mentor/Assessor (2010)

Prepared by the Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council (CTHRC), this document breaks down the tasks performed and the skills required for three occupations in the industry: coach, mentor, and assessor.

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2014-05-23

Beyond the Wheel: Final Report for Industry (2012)

Labour Market Information Study

This report is part of a labour market information study initiated by the Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council (CTHRC) to help address current and future human resource requirements.

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2014-05-21

National Occupational Standards: Task Analysis – Dock Worker (2010)

Dock workers are responsible for sorting, handling, and loading freight as safely and efficiently as possible. They are employed by transportation companies, manufacturing and distribution companies and moving companies.

This guide, prepared by the Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council (CTHRC), breaks down the job of a dock worker to identify specific tasks carried out and skills required.

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2014-04-25

Local Labour Market Plan Update (2013)

This document offers an update to a report released in March 2013 by the Algoma Workforce Investment Corporation (AWiC), and includes the latest labour market information contained in the 2011 National Household Survey.

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2014-04-03

Labour Force Analysis and Human Resource Development Strategy for the District of Algoma (2011)

The District of Algoma is located in northeastern Ontario and borders the north shore of Lake Superior and Lake Huron. The area’s resource-based economy was deeply affected by a recession that began in 2009 and faced significant obstacles to full recovery, including outmigration of young adults, an aging population, and a shortage of jobs for unskilled labour.

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2014-03-25

Overview of the Food Processing Industry (2005)

Canada’s food processing industry needs to develop a country-wide collaborative initiative in order to address its needs and be competitive in a global economy, say the authors of this report.

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2014-03-24

Labour Market Study of the Literacy and Essential Skills Workforce: Report on Key Informant Interviews – Aboriginal, Francophone and Anglophone (2013)

This document is part of Canadian Literacy and Learning Network’s (CLLN) Labour Market Study of the Literacy and Essentials Skills Workforce, aimed at creating a picture of LES practitioners working with adults across Canada. The project included phone interviews with 30 key informants, and the results are summarized in this report.

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2014-03-10

The Realities of Working in the Literacy and Essential Skills Field (2013)

An Occupational Profile of the Literacy and Essential Skills Workforce in Canada

In 2013, Canadian Literacy and Learning Network (CLLN) coordinated a large-scale labour market study of Literacy and Essential Skills (LES) workers to get a comprehensive picture of who is working in the field. The ground-breaking study of paid LES workers included instructors, coordinators, assessors, program managers, supervisors, and administrators.

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2014-02-28

Enhancing Our Knowledge of the Literacy and Essential Skills Workforce in Canada: An Occupational Profile (2013)

Information Sheet

In 2013, Canadian Literacy and Learning Network (CLLN) coordinated a large-scale labour market study of Literacy and Essential Skills (LES) workers to get a comprehensive picture of who is working in the field. This document provides a capsule summary of the results of the study.

The study looked at paid LES workers, including instructors, coordinators, assessors, program managers, supervisors, and administrators.

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2014-01-29

Enhancing Our Knowledge: An Occupational Profile – Labour Market Study of LES Workers in Canada [Video – 58:09] (2013)

Project Results Webinar, Nov. 13, 2013 – presented by Anne Ramsay

This document is housed on the Adobe Connect server.

This webinar provides the results of a project undertaken by the Canadian Literacy and Learning Network (CLLN) to get a picture of Literacy and Essential Skills (LES) practitioners working with adults across Canada.

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2014-01-13

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