Assessment Tools - HRSDC

Client Booklet: Reading – Level 1 (2013)

This booklet is part of a tool developed by HRSDC, now called Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), to help employment counsellors carry out informal Essential Skills needs assessments. It is designed for use by a client to assess skill in reading at Level 1 complexity.

The booklet begins with a discussion of reading skills, and instructions for doing the assessment.

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2013-10-07

Assessor's Booklet: Reading – Level 1 (2013)

This booklet is part of a tool developed by HRSDC, now called Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), designed to enable career and employment counsellors to conduct informal Essential Skills (ES) needs assessments for their clients.

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2013-10-02

Introduction to an Essential Skills Needs Assessment (2012)

This tool offers career and employment counsellors a step-by-step process for conducting an informal Essential Skills (ES) needs assessment; guidance on supporting clients to make more informed decisions about training and job searches; and informal assessment questions for reading, writing, and numeracy skills.

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2013-09-25

Organizational Needs Assessment (2008)

This document offers organizations a framework for determining whether gaps in essential skills are affecting performance and identifying the skills that require upgrading.

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2010-09-30

Workplace Check-up (2005)

Guide for Employers and Employees

The Workplace Checkup document is a tool that employers can use to gather employee feedback on essential skills in the workplace. The information collected will provide employers with a better understanding of the training needs of their organization. This tool also gives employees the opportunity to provide information about their skills and the availability of training in the workplace.

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Added: 
2008-04-16

Workplace Survey (2005)

The Workplace Survey document is a tool designed to help employers identify potential essential skills issues or areas of strength in the workplace. The statements included in this tool are divided into nine sections, one for each of the nine essential skills (reading, numeracy, document use, continuous learning, writing, oral communication, thinking, working with others, computer use).

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2008-04-16

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