Workplace Literacy

Dofasco Inc.'s Trade Assist Program: Multiskilling in the Modern Workplace (1998)

Steel company Dofasco, based in Hamilton, Ontario, created the Trade Assist Program to help employees learn the skills they need to maintain ever more technically sophisticated equipment.

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2013-10-17

Embedding Literacy and Essential Skills in the Workplace – Final Research Report (2013)

This is the final research report of a three-year project, designed to explore ways to think about Literacy and Essential Skills in the context of the workplace, and to develop strategies for actively embedding literacy in the workplace.

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2013-10-16

Dofasco Inc.'s Apprenticeship Technician Program: Maintaining the New Machines (1998)

Dofasco, a steel company based in Hamilton, Ontario, established the Apprenticeship Technician Program to help employees learn the skills they need to maintain ever more technically sophisticated equipment.

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2013-10-16

Job Success Strategies – Instructional Resource (2012)

This instructor’s manual is part of the “Career – Life – Work” series produced by the NWT Literacy Council.

In this section, the focus is on helping learners understand all the demands of working full-time and giving them strategies to deal with challenges that might come up.

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2013-10-15

Measuring Skills in Construction (2007)

This document outlines a model for gathering labour market information at the in-depth level of skills, rather than simply tracking the number of workers available by occupation and the number of positions that need to be filled.

The model was designed and tested by the Construction Sector Council (CSC), now known as BuildForce Canada.

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2013-10-10

Career Development Manual – Instructional Resource (2012)

This document is part of “Career – Life – Work,” a series of four instructor’s manuals and six workbooks, produced by the NWT Literacy Council.

This section of the series provides learners with an opportunity to reflect on their skills and abilities; develop a career plan; research career options; and search for employment.

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2013-10-10

CORCAN's Offender Employability Skills Project: The Civilizing Power of Skills (2000)

CORCAN, an agency within the Correctional Service of Canada, is rehabilitating offenders by developing their employability skills.

Offenders generally lack the generic skills, attitudes, and behaviours needed to find and keep a job when they re-enter society. CORCAN’s Offender Employability Skills Project addresses that problem by helping offenders prepare for employment as part of their rehabilitation.

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2013-10-10

Chrysler Canada Ltd.'s Windsor Experiment: Benchmarking Against Global Best Practices (1998)

Chrysler Canada is helping to develop the workers of the future by enhancing its employees’ generic employability skills, and by benchmarking the apprenticeship training programs it builds upon these skills against global best practices.

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2013-10-09

Careers: The Next Generation Foundation - Enhancing Community Capacity to Develop Skills (1998)

CAREERS: The Next Generation Foundation is enhancing the capacity of communities to develop both the generic employability skills and the employment prospects of their youth.

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2013-10-09

Accommodating Learning Styles in Bridging Education Programs for Internationally Educated Professionals (2009)

Despite the development of bridging education programs designed to help them, internationally educated professionals (IEPs) in Canada continue to experience high levels of underemployment and unemployment.

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2013-10-08

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