School to college transition

The Information Technology Support Associate Program: Keeping IT's Human Resources Pool Filled (2005)

The Software Human Resource Council’s (SHRC’s) Information Technology Support Associate (ITSA) program is a career-awareness and skills development initiative that helps high school students prepare for careers in IT and, at the same time, helps meet the growing demand for skilled IT workers in every sector of the economy.

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2013-08-28

An Exploration of Work and Learning Opportunities in New Brunswick (2007)

Report #5

This project on work and learning opportunities in New Brunswick was born out of a perception within the provincial government, and among post-secondary institutions and employers from the public and private sectors, that more needs to be done to foster a better learning environment for post-secondary students and for retaining highly qualified high school and post-secondary graduates in the province.

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2008-04-04

Essential Skills for Success in College Postsecondary and Apprenticeship Programming (2007)

Part of the Learner Skill Attainment Framework Initiative

This document reports the results of a survey of faculty from Ontario colleges in which the participants have been asked to identify core skills and key tasks associated with students' successful transition to postsecondary and apprenticeship programs.

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2007-10-29

A Study of Potential Incremental Success Factors Among Basic Education and Employment Preparation Students (2001)

The goal of adult basic education programs is to see the student make the transition to permanent, meaningful employment or to postsecondary studies that will lead eventually to such employment. While most adult students will achieve the goal, a minority of students will not. However, while those students don’t achieve the major program goal, their educational experiences can still improve their lives.

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2002-07-31
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