School to work transition

Southwest Regional School Board's Transitions Project: Developing Secondary School Students' Employability Skills (1998)

The Southwest Regional School Board in Nova Scotia has established a School-to-Work Transition (SWT) project that partners education, business and the community to develop secondary school students’ employability skills.

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2013-12-04

ScottishPower Learning's School-to-Work Education and Training Programs: Empowering socially excluded youth and building future managers' leadership, communication and social skills (2001)

Winner, Global Best Award for Corporate Leadership, 2001

ScottishPower, one of the 12 largest electrical groups in the world, helps young people build their skills, get workplace experience, and make the transition into the world of work.

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2013-11-27

Ontario's Secondary School and Apprenticeship Reforms: Enhancing the Public Education System (1998)

The Ontario government is reforming secondary education and apprenticeship programs to help youth make the transition from school to work to adulthood.

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2013-11-20

New Brunswick Youth Apprenticeship Program: Balancing Academic Aspirations with Labour Force Requirements (1998)

The New Brunswick Department of Education’s Youth Apprenticeship Program aims to meet the demand for educated and skilled workers, and to ease the transition between school and work.

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2013-11-18

Dufferin-Peel R.C.S.S. Board's Youth Access to Apprenticeship Program: Transitions for Non-university-bound Secondary School Students (1998)

Dufferin-Peel Roman Catholic Separate School Board in Ontario is helping non-university-bound secondary school students make the transition to the world of work by opening up apprenticeship opportunities.

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2013-10-18

Chrysler Canada Ltd.'s Windsor Experiment: Benchmarking Against Global Best Practices (1998)

Chrysler Canada is helping to develop the workers of the future by enhancing its employees’ generic employability skills, and by benchmarking the apprenticeship training programs it builds upon these skills against global best practices.

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2013-10-09

Careers: The Next Generation Foundation - Enhancing Community Capacity to Develop Skills (1998)

CAREERS: The Next Generation Foundation is enhancing the capacity of communities to develop both the generic employability skills and the employment prospects of their youth.

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2013-10-09

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 Ready-to-Work Program: Opening Doors to the Tourism Industry (2005)

The Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council’s (CTHRC’s) Ready-to-Work (RTW) program combines pre-employment entry-level skills training and career planning with workplace experience and on-the-job training.

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2013-08-29

Good news: Canada's high-school dropout rates are falling (2006)

Lessons in Learning – December 16, 2005

While much progress has been made across Canada in reducing the high-school dropout rate, the progress is much slower among certain groups, including Aboriginal students, those in rural areas, and young men. The authors of this article examine what is known about factors affecting high-school completion, and look at ways to encourage all students to complete high school.

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