Learning needs

Training Needs Analysis for the Canadian Plastics Sector Council (2011)

Final Report

This document contains the findings of a study carried out by the Canadian Plastics Sector Council (CPSC) to gather ideas from employers and employees about improving current training systems. The study included a literature review; interviews with industry stakeholders and employers; focus groups; and an employer survey.

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2012-01-30

Adult Health and Learning in Canada (2010)

Reflections on a four-year project conducted under the auspices of the Health and Learning Knowledge Centre and the Canadian Council on Learning

This is the final report of the Adult Working Group established under the auspices of the Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) and the Health and Learning Knowledge Centre.

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2011-04-19

Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project - Phase II: Northeastern Ontario (2001)

The author of this report collected demographic information on a group of 53 young people between the ages of 15 and 26. The respondents had left the formal school system at some point in the past, though some of them had taken or were taking alternative learning or skills upgrading classes.

The author tabulated information about the respondents’ backgrounds, living arrangements, employment status, and parental literacy levels.

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2009-11-10

Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project - Phase II: Iroquois Falls (2001)

This is the report of a survey of six young people, between the ages of 16 and 19, who have left the school system. The author has tabulated information about their backgrounds, living arrangements, employment status, and parental literacy levels.

The author has also included a section of anecdotal data, including the respondents’ reasons for quitting school and their suggestions for making learning more relevant to themselves.

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2009-08-26

Learning Without Borders (2008)

An Introduction to Community-Based Adult Literacy in British Columbia

Learning Without Borders offers an introduction to community-based adult literacy in British Columbia. This resource has been designed to help those unfamiliar with this topic navigate the complexities of the adult literacy field in BC.

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2009-02-03

Adult Working Group's Cross-National Consultations on Health and Learning - Final Report on Adults with HIV / AIDS (2008)

The Adult Working Group is one of fifteen working groups within the Health and Learning Knowledge Centre (HLKC). The mandate of each working group is to build a knowledge agenda related to health and learning for the Canadian Council on Learning under whose auspices the HLKC was established. The Adult Working Group has focused its research on the health and learning of several different adult groups.

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2008-11-26

Boys' and Girls' Literacy: Closing the Gap (2004)

"The Boys' and Girls' Literacy: Closing the Gap" project is unique in that it aims to develop strategies that would particularly have a positive impact on boys' literacy. This holds substantial merit in that the strategies and methodologies selected to address the literacy performance of boys would not disadvantage girls. These strategies included literature circles, male mentors, and providing boy-friendly reading materials.

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2006-05-10

Lifelong Learning - Quality Adult Learning Opportunities (2005)

Policy Statement on Adult and Lifelong Learning

In order for New Brunswickers to benefit from the Adult and Lifelong Learning stepping stone, the government of NB will work with its partners to achieve the following six objectives:
I. Increase Participation Levels in Adult and Lifelong Learning in New Brunswick
II. Improve Literacy Skills of Adults in New Brunswick

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2006-02-21

Women's Learning Needs Survey (1984)

This document is an analysis of a survey of 183 women from rural Nova Scotia, conducted in order to assess the learning needs of Nova Scotian women. The group of women surveyed embraced all ages, incomes and educational levels. The design of the questionnaire for the survey was intended to determine attitudes to the learning experience in its broadest sense, and also evaluate present and projected learning activities.

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2003-10-21
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