Support networks

It's My History Too! Activity Workbook 2: Supporting Self-Advocacy Passport (2013)

This workbook is part of a program designed to help people with developmental disabilities learn how to advocate for themselves, and to help their allies learn how to support their self-advocacy. The program was developed by Vecova Centre for Disability Services and Research (Vecova) in Calgary, Alberta.

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2013-10-28

It's My History Too! Activity Workbook 1: Self-Advocacy Passport (2012)

A self-advocacy training program for youth and adults with disabilities

This workbook is part of a video-based training program developed to help youths and adults with developmental disabilities, and the people who support them, learn more about self-advocacy. The program was developed by Vecova Centre for Disability Services and Research (Vecova) in Calgary, Alberta.

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2013-10-21

It's My History Too! Facilitator's Guide (2013)

My History, Our Future - A self-advocacy training program for youth and adults with disabilities & ally training program for their supporters

This facilitation guide is part of a video-based training program created for youth and adults with developmental disabilities to learn how to be self-advocates, and for their allies to learn how to best support self-advocacy. Allies are support workers, relatives, friends, or other members of an individual’s support network who help facilitate self-advocacy.

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2013-10-17

Orientation to LBS: Almost Everything you need to know as an educator working in Literacy & Basic Skills (LBS) in Waterloo-Wellington (2012)

Version 2012

This presentation was prepared by Project READ Literacy Network, a regional literacy support organization in Ontario, as a means of orienting new Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) educators.

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2012-12-12

Orientation to LBS: Almost Everything you need to know as a practitioner working in Literacy & Basic Skills (LBS) in Waterloo-Wellington (2009)

This slide presentation was prepared by Project READ Literacy Network, a regional literacy support organization in Ontario.

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2012-08-22

Skills Development Fact Sheet: Providing Key Labour Market Intelligence (2011)

This document is part of a series prepared by The Alliance of Sector Councils (TASC), a network of more than 35 sector councils and similar organizations across Canada.

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2011-08-26

Skills Development Fact Sheet: Skills Development for SMEs (2011)

The authors provide brief descriptions of a variety of programs developed by sector councils to provide skills development for Small and Medium Enterprises (SME’s). Sector councils are industry‐led partnerships that bring together representatives from business, labour, education, and other professional groups to address sector‐wide human resource issues.

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2011-08-26

Skills Development Fact Sheet: Solutions for Skilled Trades Shortages (2011)

This document is part of a series prepared by The Alliance of Sector Councils (TASC), a network of more than 35 sector councils and similar organizations.

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2011-08-12

Skills Development Fact Sheet: Aboriginal Engagement in the Workforce (2011)

In this document, the authors provide brief descriptions of a variety of programs developed by sector councils to encourage more Aboriginal involvement in the workforce. Sector councils are industry‐led partnerships that bring together representatives from business, labour, education, and other professional groups to address sector‐wide human resource issues on a national scale.

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2011-08-12

Skills Development Fact Sheet: Overcoming Skills Shortages (2011)

This brief document is one in a series highlighting initiatives undertaken by Canadian sector councils to deal with problems in the labour market. Sector councils are industry-led organizations that address skills development issues and implement labour market solutions in key sectors of the economy.

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2011-08-09

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