Training/Workshops

Exploring Automotive Trades - Workbook (2014)

The present document is part of a project focussing on LBS and Apprenticeship titled: “Supporting Clients through Curriculum Development.” You can complete a self-assessment to help determine a career exploration choice. Other tasks included are: watch a short video to learn the truth about the myths of apprenticeship; define unfamiliar trade vocabulary in a Training Standard document; interpret a Sectors and Trades Chart.

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2014-06-02

Promoting Essential Skills and Apprenticeship Training in Aboriginal Communities Across Canada (2011)

A Summary of Discussion Findings

This report summarizes key findings from 29 workshops held in Aboriginal communities across Canada between December 2010 and June 2011 to create awareness about Essential Skills (ES) tools. Workshop participants included employment counsellors who work with Aboriginal clients, as well as economic development officers, apprenticeship counsellors, and trades program coordinators.

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2014-04-10

Twitter – Lesson Plan (2013)

This lesson plan accompanies a three-hour workshop on how to use Twitter, the online networking services that enable users to send and read 140-character text messages called tweets.

It lists learning tasks and the time required to complete each one; suggested activities; and resources needed for each activity.

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2014-03-13

Using Twitter – Workshop (2013)

This is the curriculum for an introductory workshop on using Twitter, the online social networking service that enables users to send and read brief text messages called tweets.

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2014-03-07

Financial Literacy for Ontarians project – PARO Centre for Women's Enterprise: Community-based Financial Literacy – Supporting Women Entrepreneurs [Video 5:09] (2013)

The Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL) developed a curriculum to train staff in community organizations to deliver financial education programs to their clients. This video shows how that curriculum is being used in a program designed to support women entrepreneurs in Thunder Bay, Ontario.

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2014-02-17

Financial Literacy for Ontarians project – Northern Ontario Youth Entrepreneurship Initiative: Community-based Financial Literacy – Learning Together [Video 4:37] (2013)

This video looks at how a workshop developed by the Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL) is being used in a youth entrepreneurship program in Elliot Lake, Ontario.

The CCFL workshop has been widely used to train workers in community organizations to deliver financial literacy programs that cover banking and financial services, the use of credit, budgeting, and other topics.

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2014-02-17

Financial Literacy for Ontarians project – Yes Employment Services: Community-based Financial Literacy – Learning Together [Video 4:00] (2013)

This video shows how a community employment services centre in North Bay, Ontario, is using a workshop developed by the Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL) to help its clients.

The CCFL trains front-line workers in community organizations to deliver financial literacy programs covering such topics as credit, banking and financial services, and budgeting.

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2014-02-06

Special Money Matters broadcast for Financial Literacy Month, November 25, 2013 [Video - 59:13] (2013)

Hosted by ABC Life Literacy Canada

This document is housed on the VVC Network server.

This special broadcast was recorded at one of the campuses of George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario, to mark Financial Literacy Month 2013.

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2014-02-05

Credit Jeopardy – Board Game (2011)

This game is a supplemental resource accompanying a nine-module workshop, developed by the Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL) to train front-line workers in community organizations to deliver financial literacy programs.

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2013-08-06

Financial Literacy Participant Handbook: Module 9 – The wise consumer (2011)

This is the final section of a nine-module workshop designed to train community workers to deliver financial literacy programs. The workshop, which can be presented over one or two days, was developed by the Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL).

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2013-08-01

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