Below you can find links to other resources that will aid you in your search for the proper standards to follow when considering Workplace Education. We believe that only through partnerships and understanding can workplace education be a success. Help education grow, start with you today!
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- Aiming to support rural communities in finding solutions to some of the unique challenges they face.
- Report of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Human Resources, Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities
- Find work, explore skills and training, make career decisions, plan retirement and apply for temporary financial assistance.
- The Workplace Initiatives Division is dedicated to building a vibrant and adaptable workforce by partnering with employers and industry to ensure Nova Scotia has the skills we need to succeed in the workplace.
- SkillsonlineNS is a partnership between Nova Scotia’s Department of Labour and Advanced Education, CBDC & Bluedrop that gives every resident of the province access to thousands of FREE online courses on the most important workplace topics to improve their skills and career prospects.
- The National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2016 is the authoritative resource on occupational information in Canada providing a standard taxonomy and framework for dialogue on Labour Market Information. It gathers more than 30,000 occupational titles into 500 Unit Groups, organized according to skill levels and skill types.
- TOWES is a nationally recognized leader in the filed of literacy and essential skills tools and resources. TOWES uses authentic work and life content to assess and individual’s ability across three skills: reading, using documents and numeracy.
- Workplace education helps provide a foundation for lifelong learning as people and businesses grow together. Literacy and essential skills are at the core of workplace education. Improving workers’ skills creates a more productive workforce, a more competitive economy, and an improved bottom line.
- The Skills Nova Scotia Framework provides the organizational structure to better coordinate skill development activities that support Nova Scotians preparing for, finding and maintaining employment.
- You will find links to Trades, Forms, Training, Exams, Board, and a Client Portal (AMS) on this site.
- SkillPlan is a nationally recognized leader in workforce development programs. We have 25 years of experience providing workforce development consulting services and resources to the mining and construction industry, as well as other sectors.
- A training program aimed at teaching adults with little schooling the methods necessary to learn
- This study investigated the types of formal and informal training activities of basic level employees using a qualitative multi – site case study research design.