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Mid-career workers

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.

Tackling skills shortages now and in the future

Canada’s labour market is feeling the strain of the current skills shortage. According to the…
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Canadian cybersecurity skills and talent transformation

This project aims to transform the Canadian cybersecurity sector into a field that is inclusive…
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Skills Match - The Energy Fit

To assist unemployed/underemployed oil and gas workers to transition to more in-demand energy sector jobs.
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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,…
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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…
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CLIMB: Continuous Learning for Individuals’ Mid-career and Beyond

Mid-career workers are most vulnerable to disruption of the labour market but there is little…
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Transition to a New Tomorrow

Unique professional development program to support mid-career oil and gas workers