Community Literacy of Ontario

Skills For The Future - Phase 3 (2003)

Practitioner Training Strategy - Project Report

This report presents the findings of Phase Three of four planned phases of the Literacy Practitioner Training Strategy of the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (Literacy and Basic Skills Section). The goal of the strategy is: "To develop an integrated practitioner training and recognition approach that supports high quality delivery of the LBS Program…"

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2004-09-09

Skills For The Future - Phase 2 Report (2002)

Practitioner Training Strategy

This report presents the findings of Phase Two of the Literacy Practitioner Training Strategy of the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (Literacy and Basic Skills Section). The goals of the authors, Community Literacy of Ontario, for this second phase of MTCU's practitioner training strategy were to:

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2003-03-28

Skills For The Future - Phase 1 (2000)

Practitioner Training Strategy - Project Report

This report presents the findings of Phase One of the Literacy Practitioner Training Strategy of the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (Literacy and Basic Skills Section). This multi-phase initiative funded each of the literacy delivery sectors and streams to carry out research on the skills, training and recognition issues within their respective sectors/streams.

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2003-03-28

Together We Can Do It! (2001)

Role of Volunteers in the Assessment Process, The

This report is the result of a project designed to examine the role that volunteers can, and do, play in the assessment of learning.

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2002-08-22

Beyond Recruitment: An Online Workshop About Recruitment & Maintaining Volunteers in the New Environment (2000)

Course Manual

This document is a reproduction of the course manual that accompanied an electronic workshop offered in 2000 by Community Literacy Ontario and Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. The workshop was designed for anyone working with literacy volunteers.

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2000-11-21

The Economic Value of Volunteers in Community Literacy Agencies in Ontario (1998)

Community Literacy of Ontario has just released the findings of this project. Research was conducted through surveys and focus groups with volunteers in Anglophone community literacy agencies in Ontario.

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2000-09-15

A Guide for the Development of Policies and Procedures in Ontario's Community Literacy Agencies (2000)

This Guide helps community literacy agencies to develop policies and procedures by presenting additional policy development information on some key issues. This volume is offered as a companion to Volume One of the Guide for the Development of Policies and Procedures in Ontario's Community Literacy Agencies. While the material contained in this volume stands alone, it is assumed that most readers have already viewed the first volume.

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2000-09-08

Workshops the Wired Way (2000)

Online training has proven to be an effective and popular means of delivering training, and Community Literacy of Ontario is committed to continuing development in this venue. This report is designed to help community-based literacy agencies conduct online workshops of their own.

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2000-01-01

Volunteer Management Resource Guide For Literacy Programs (1997)

Volunteer management is a key component of community-based literacy programs. There were 9,600 volunteers in Anglophone community-based literacy programs in Ontario in 1995-1996 (6,900 tutors, 2,700 other volunteers). These volunteers were managed by a total of 344 paid staff. Program leaders need the skills and tools to effectively manage volunteers in today's rapidly changing environment.

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1999-11-29

Course Manual - Online Workshop on Board and Staff Relationships and Responsibilities (1999)

The staff of community literacy agencies in Ontario had expressed the need for more training in volunteer management. However, time, cost, and the availability of local training opportunities were major barriers to their accessing such training. CLO and the Ministry developed an innovative partnership designed to address this training need. An online workshop on board / staff relations was created.

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1999-08-30

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