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This study evaluates emerging evidence on microcredentials and examines how employers and learners assess their value as a measure of quality of work.
In this research project, the Brookfield Institute conducted interviews and surveys with 14 industry leaders from 11 firms spanning three broad sub-sectors across the country. The objective was to improve understanding of what is contributing to the low uptick of technological innovation in the construction sector.
Work-integrated learning (WIL) gives people the chance to apply the skills they have learned in the classroom while gaining on-the-job experience and pathways to meaningful...
Dementia Training for Mid-Career Workers
When an employer wants to fill a vacant job, they are really looking for a set of skills to help them complete specific tasks. Until that employer can recruit a new employee, they don’t have access to the skills they need. So job vacancies can actually be thought of as skill-set vacancies: an unmet need for particular skills.
This project supports training and skills development needs among small and medium enterprises (SMEs) across Canada and fosters more inclusive workplaces.
This project aims to transform the Canadian cybersecurity sector into a field that is inclusive and better positioned to meet the soaring demand for cybersecurity specialists in the country.