Many sectors of the Canadian economy are undergoing significant transitions leading to the displacement of workers. Mid-career and older workers can find themselves in need of reskilling and upskilling to help them shift to in-demand careers.
Be EPIC: Dementia Training for Mid-Career Workers
Dementia Training for Mid-Career Workers
Future Skills Centre tackles ongoing skills shortage by investing in programs helping thousands land in-demand jobs for today and tomorrow
Toronto, May 12, 2022 —The Future Skills Centre (FSC) takes on the growing skilled labour…
Tackling skills shortages now and in the future
Canada’s labour market is feeling the strain of the current skills shortage. According to the…
Why aren’t more Canadians using career services?
Dec. 18, 2021 — contributed to the Toronto Star by Tony Bonen and Tricia Williams
Two ways we can connect more adults to career services in Canada
In Canada, only 19% of adults report using career services – lower than in other…
Canadian cybersecurity skills and talent transformation
This project aims to transform the Canadian cybersecurity sector into a field that is inclusive…
Skills Match - The Energy Fit
To assist unemployed/underemployed oil and gas workers to transition to more in-demand energy sector jobs.
Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences (CASTL)
Hub for multiple, industry-focused, and applied learning streams to acquire the academic knowledge, technical skills,…
From data to decision: AI training and professional certification
Short-term AI-focused training intended primarily for mid-career professionals wanting to integrate new AI knowledge into…