Mid North Network for the Coordination and Development of Adult Learning

A Guide to Apprenticeship Support Tools & Resources Available in Northern Ontario (2013)

This guide was developed for the project “Supporting Apprenticeship Completions: A Model of Service Provision.” Funded by Ontario’s Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU), the project’s objective was to develop ways to help those who start apprenticeship programs in remote Northern Ontario communities to complete the programs and get their trade credentials.

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2013-09-24

Supporting Apprenticeship Completions: A Model of Service Provision – Consultation Report (2013)

This consultation report is part of a project designed to close the gap between the number of people who start apprenticeship programs in remote locations in Northern Ontario and the number who actually complete the programs and receive their trade credentials. The project’s objective is to identify and pilot models for supporting those apprentices.

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2013-09-16

Supporting Apprenticeship Completions: A Model of Service Provision – Final Report (2013)

This is the final report of a project designed to develop ways to help apprentices living in remote locations in Northern Ontario to complete the work required to receive their trade credentials.

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2013-06-25

Counting the Beans: What do They Mean? (2001)

Project overview and recommendations

This report outlines a project aimed at helping literacy networks plan their services.

The project proposal noted that there was a significant gap between the demographic and labour market data networks needed for planning and what they were actually able to obtain. A survey carried out during the project showed that networks were concerned about the value and relevance of the data on which they based their planning.

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2013-03-25

Counting the Beans: Data for Decisions (2001)

A guide to efficient, evidence-based literacy services planning

The authors of this document note that the need for literacy services in a community may change a little or change a lot. Either way, Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) agencies must monitor the need and revise their programs accordingly.

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2013-03-12
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