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Jordan Zenhenko, a 4th year mechanical engineering student at Ontario Tech University, is an InSTEM Instructor for Actua.
Public, policymakers can now access the first set of Skills Next reports on key issues shaping the future of work and skills in Canada Toronto, […]
The revolution is being sparked by automation, low-carbon economies, digitization, and other emerging work trends. These new technologies need skills that are not usually at the core of a trade school education.
Oil and gas industry professionals who have been displaced mid-career can now apply to access no-cost training for in-demand tech jobs with the first cohort in the EDGE UP digital upskilling program, beginning in February 2020.
Leaders from key social and economic sectors--headed by new Board Chair Jenny Poulos from RBC--will identify solutions to help Canadians gain and adapt skills needed in a fast-changing economy.
April 7, 2020 – Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront
March 6, 2020 – The Explorer Hotel
March 4, 2020 – Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre