Skill analysis

Report on Skills Issues in the Manufacturing Sector (2003)

Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) is a national, non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting and preserving the interests of Canadian manufacturers and exporters.

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2007-05-24

Make Skills a National Priority (2001)

Consultations by the Canadian Labour and Business Centre

This report is a synthesis of policy directions and approaches that could help meet Canada's current and future needs for skilled workers.

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2007-05-23

Workforce Profile of the Manufacturing Sector (2004)

Profile Summary

This workforce profile of the manufacturing sector provides an overview of current workforce demographics and lists a number of areas where action might be taken to address the critical human resource issues of retention recruitment and skills development. The profile draws upon two primary data sources, the 2003 Labour Force Survey and the 2001 Census of Canada.

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2007-04-18

Extending the Ladder (1997)

From CASAS to Work Keys Assessments

The goal of the CASAS' Work Keys study was to form a comprehensive assessment system that can be utilized by a variety of agencies, educational institutions, business and industry, and workforce development centers. By analyzing the data they obtained from reading and mathematical assessments, researchers involved in the project were able to investigate the relationship and provide linkages between the two assessment systems.

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2007-04-10

Interim Report for the Integration of Internationally-Trained Workers Project (2003)

This project’s overall goal is "to develop a community-based strategy aimed at facilitating the accreditation and integration of internationally-trained workers into the Ottawa economy." The report looks at workplace barriers facing foreign-trained workers and offers some strategies and solutions to help integrate skilled workers, new to Canada, into the labour market.

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2007-04-04

Essential Workplace Skills: Solutions for the Small Workplace (2001)

This report documents six pilot projects established by The Learning at Work Project. The pilot projects were set in different Saskatchewan regions and with different partners. The purpose of these pilots was to understand how to promote essential workplace skills training to the small workplace and how the small workplace could best access this training.

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2003-05-23

Learning at Work Project - Phase II Final Report (2001)

The goal of Phase II, of the Learning at Work Project, was to have the Industry Vision of Essential Workplace Skills integrated into the Provincial Training Strategy. The final report details the activities undertaken to fulfill the objectives and includes observations based on the experiences of implementing the activities.

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2003-05-23

Guide to Essential Workplace Skills (2001)

By checking to see if there is an essential skills gap in the workplace, you put yourself in position to make improvements that are fundamental to success. This guide describes a process for examining your workplace (or your own job) to see if there is an essential skills gap and what you might be able to do about that gap.

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2003-05-23

Literacy Needs in the Workplace (1999)

A needs assessment conducted for the Learning at Work Project.

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2003-05-23

Working Words: Employment Skills for Aboriginal Youth (1998)

Is it better for me to go to school or to look for work? If you do not know the answer to that question, this may be a good program for you. This booklet is about learning job skills and real schoolwork at the same time.

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1998-01-01

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