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Apprenticeship in Canada - Canadian Apprenticeship Forum

Addressing Essential Skills Gaps

The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum hosted a roundtable discussion on March 2, 2017 in Edmonton. The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum shared recent research about the business case for essential skills training in skilled trades workplaces. Panelists from…...

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The Effect of Literacy and Essential Skills on Labour Market Outcomes for Canadian Workers

This summary research report explores the value of literacy and essential skills (LES) for workers and better quantifies the benefits of training. LES as a related and causal factor for higher wages in the labour…...

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Business Case for Essential Skills Training in the Skilled Trades

There is a business case that supports investment by skilled trades employers in essential skills training, according to a report released today by the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum – Forum canadien sur l’apprentissage (CAF-FCA). The first…...

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Governments Investing in Essential Skills and the Skilled Trades

Human Resources and Skills Development Canada Federal, provincial and territorial governments are working together to improve apprenticeship systems across Canada. This article provides an overview of what is happening across the country to integrate Essential…...

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British Columbia: Industry Training Authority and the Essential Skills Initiative

Jessi Zielke Making the grade in a trade career depends on having certain Essential Skills. In fact, extensive research indicates that apprentices without these skills are far less likely to successfully complete their technical training…....

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