Vocational training

Essential Skills for Success as a Sheet Metal Worker (2009)

This fact sheet is one of a series prepared by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) to explain how Essential Skills are used in a particular trade.

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2013-01-11

Essential Skills for Success as a Plumber (2009)

This fact sheet is one of a series prepared by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) to explain how Essential Skills are used in a particular trade.

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2013-01-04

In-House Basic Training (2009)

Created in 1975, the Table des Responsables de l’Éducation des Adultes et de la Formation Professionnelle (TRÉAQFP) is an autonomous organization that encourages collaborative efforts to develop adult and vocational education in Quebec. Its members include all the French-language school boards in Québec, two English-language school boards, and two school boards with special status.

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2012-12-07

Guide for Integrating Essential Skills Into Apprenticeship Training (2012)

This guide provides information on how to support the development of Essential Skills among Aboriginal learners taking part in apprenticeship and apprenticeship programs.

Developed by the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum (CAF), the guide is based on information from the Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Agreement (ASETA), which is funded by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC).

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2012-11-07

Recruiting and Retaining Apprentices: A Summary of Employer and Apprentices' Perspectives (2011)

In 2010-2011, the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum (CAF) undertook a series of surveys and interviews with both employers and apprentices to better understand recruitment and retention practices in apprenticeship.

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2012-11-01

The bottom line, No. 18, August 2005 (2005)

The lead article in this issue deals with WWestnet’s conference, “Measuring Success: International Comparisons and Bottom Lines,” held in Calgary in June 2005. Another article discusses a conference on Essential Skills (ES) and the Northern oil and gas workforce, held in Yellowknife in May 2005.

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2012-09-24

The bottom line, No. 17, June 2004 (2004)

The lead article in this issue looks at a vocational training project undertaken in the African country of Namibia. The project also focuses on the development of Essential Skills.

Another article describes the Return to Learn project launched in Regina, Saskatchewan, by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE).

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2012-09-20

Printing Machine Operator – Essential Skills (2011)

This occupational curriculum has been developed to help learners strengthen their reading, writing, and other Essential Skills in preparation for an entry-level position that can provide on-the-job training in the printing industry.

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2012-07-26

Tips on Introducing Essential Skills into Construction Trades Training (2010)

Trades instructors looking for practical ways to teach Essential Skills to apprentices studying a trade will find useful information in this publication. It provides tips and strategies for teaching Reading, Document Use and Numeracy.

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2012-07-17

Build on your talents: Essential Skills Activities for Trades (2010)

Designed for educators, trainers, tradespeople, apprentices, and people considering construction careers, this collection of activities links Essential Skills with workplace applications. Students use the workbook to practice Essential Skills, including Reading, Document Use and Math, by doing exercises based on actual construction materials and situations.

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2012-07-03

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