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Career guidance

With the pace of change occurring in today’s labour market, many Canadian adults will need to shift careers, retrain or upskill. Career guidance during this transition will be crucial to their success.

Responsive career pathways

The Responsive Career Pathways research papers include a wide range of ideas for strengthening career…
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Construction with a purpose

Vulnerable individuals facing homelessness gain skills training and supports to help transition into in-demand construction…
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ABC Skills Hub

Adults with low literacy and skill levels benefit from online learning for employability and essential…

A Path Forward - Job Transitions in Canada

Most Canadians who want to make a career transition have viable and desirable options, especially…
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Rising Skills: Digital Skills Needs for Smart and Connected Vehicles

As the automotive industry shifts toward smart and connected vehicles, tradespeople who service cars, trucks,…
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Early Childhood Education Lab

We are looking to understand what it means for educators to thrive in their career;…
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In Motion & Momentum+ (IM&M+): Building resilience, hope and sustainable futures

This program assists people who are distant from the labour market in acquiring key life…
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Best Practice Models for Industry Engagement

First Canadian test of online VALID-8 tool allowing trades apprentices to be objectively assessed by…
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Return on Investment: Industry Leadership on Upskilling and Reskilling their Workforce

As technology changes the nature of work, Canadian companies must create a culture of continuous…