Training/Workshops

Regional Professional Development and Needs Assessment Project Report (1993)

ABEABC Regional Development Project

This report describes a project carried out in British Columbia in 1992-93 with the goal of making professional development more accessible for Adult Basic Education (ABE) practitioners by presenting workshops in different regions of the province.

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2002-09-10

Creative Outreach Strategies for the 21st Century (2000)

This guide is based on the half-day workshop delivered to the participants at the Community Literacy of Ontario Annual General Meeting and Conference. It approaches the topic of recruiting from a cyclical communications model.

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2001-02-08

Tips and Tools for Developing and Delivering an Online Workshop (1999)

Report on the Online Workshop on Board – Staff Relations

The online workshop was made possible through the strong partnership of Community Literacy of Ontario (CLO) and the The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. CLO found that many community literacy agencies had been expressing 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.

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1999-01-01

Demystifying Adult Literacy for Volunteer Tutors (1996)

A Reference Handbook and Resource Guide

"Demystifying Adult Literacy For Volunteer Tutors: A Reference Handbook and Resource Guide" is a compilation of some of this background information gathered from a variety of different sources.

Each section ends with a list of references from which the information is obtained.

This Reference Handbook and Resource Guide is intended as a 'tool' for new and more experienced tutors, to provide background information about:

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1996-11-10

Self Esteem and Employment (1994)

This document contains facilitation materials for a workshop aimed at helping women build their self-esteem and, in the process, improve their employment prospects.

The material is organized into four themes: self-esteem and the rule of perfection; assertiveness – finding my own voice; taking responsibility – recognizing my personal freedom; and affirmation of personal growth and future attitude.

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1990-01-01

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