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 Employability Success! Essential Skills at Work
   
Author(s):   QUILL
Published:   Unknown
Funder:   Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
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With EmployAbility Success! students are able to read about workers in four different entry level jobs and practice the Reading, Document Use and Numeracy skills that are needed for many of their job tasks.

EmployAbility Success! uses genuine workplace scenarios and engaging characters so that students will be encouraged to enter into an authentic work-like experience. Students will:

• read authentic workplace scenarios that enable them to understand how Essential Skills are needed on the job
• learn how workers in each scenario use specific Essential Skills
• practice using the Essential Skill in a similar job task
• reflect on workplace realities with questions, special Workplace Know-How information boxes and discussion opportunities
• complete Overtime Activities that reinforce the Essential Skill already used
• self-Assess on the Essential Skills used in each chapter before and after each module
Ontario Practitioners!


   
File(s):  PDF document emsu_wrkbk.pdf
URL:  https://www.quillnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/emsu_wrkbk.pdf
   
Linked to:   Essential Skills



Resource:
 Logistics and Distribution Curriculum
   
Author(s):   Literacy Council of Durham Region
Published:   2020
Funder:   Durham Workforce Authority
   
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The Logistics and Distribution Curriculum was conceived to provide adult literacy instructors and learners an introduction to employment in the fast-growing logistics and warehouse sector. Employers responsible for hiring in the logistics sector were consulted to identify the core content useful for all new employees.


   
File(s):  PDF document Logistics and Distribution Curriculum.pdf
URL:  https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1GBjFA5ByWs2-ilZZd-gsVdKNLS5eYJG8
   
Linked to:   Essential Skills



Resource:
 Pathways to Employment in the Cannabis Industry
   
Author(s):   Durham College in Partnership with Durham Workforce Authority
Published:   2020
Funder:   Durham Workforce Authority
   
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This curriculum package was developed with a 4-5 day time frame for delivery. There are a total of 6 modules to be outlined in this document, including:

  • Introduction to Cannabis
  • The Cannabis Industry
  • Fundamental Skills for Employment (Numeracy)
  • Fundamental Skills for Employment (Literacy)
  • Personal Management and Team Work Skills
  • Computer Literacy Skills

cannabis


   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Cannabis Curriculum -20200616T173412Z-001.zip
URL:  https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1L6cOm-cSKesSxTmkMNwl2MTiMbNCjBhg
   
Linked to:   Essential Skills



Resource:
 Retail Trade and Hospitality Sector Curriculum
   
Author(s):   John Howard Society Durham
Published:   2020
Funder:   Durham Workforce Authority
   
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retail tradeBoth the retail trade and hospitality sectors are considered entry-level positions.  According to the Durham Region Retail Trade Industry Summary 2018 Report, “(i)n Canada, (the) retail trade industry employs 2.1 million people, with 11 percent of the total employed labour force working in this sector.” For many communities, the retail trade and hospitality sectors are where the majority of our members find employment.  These sectors both focus on customer experience and service.


   
File(s):  PDF document Retail Trade and Hospitality Curriculum - Locked.pdf
URL:  https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13Ey_If1jGwW6Dy8yS7OpWdVKFGCb_GC7
   
Linked to:   Essential Skills



Resource:
 Career Assessment Questionnaire
   
Author(s):   Charity Village
Published:   December 2019
Funder:  
   
Annotation:  

The “Career Assessment Questionnaire” allows the user to take a deep honest look at who they are as a person and an employee and assess what they’re looking for in the ideal job and organization to work for. There are four sections:

  • Job/Career Satisfaction
  • Career Path/Options
  • Attitude/Motivation
  • Family Involvement

   
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URL:  https://charityvillage.com/cms/knowledge-centre/career-guides/career-assessment-questionnaire
   
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Resource:
 Building Resilient Workers: Health and Safety at Work
   
Author(s):   Decoda Literacy Solutions. BCFED Health & Safety Centre
Published:   March 2015
Funder:   Work Safe BC
   
Annotation:  

Building Resilient Workers: Health and Safety at Work is a workforce literacy curriculum that consists of five modules:

  1. Rights and responsibilities at work
  2. Hazards in the workplace
  3. Workplace First Aid
  4. Ergonomics
  5. Workplace violence

In developing this health and safety curriculum, Decoda took content from the BCFED Health & Safety Centre’s Developing Communication and Health and Safety Skills Using English as a Second Language program and viewed it through a literacy lens. The goal in doing this was to provide program facilitators with materials that would allow them to help learners develop their literacy skills using health and safety content. This resource has reading, writing and oral communication activities embedded in the health and safety content. The curriculum includes a facilitator guide as well as a student workbook.

Learner Workbook: www.decoda.ca/resource/rsc-adults/rsc-adultsworkplace-literacy/health-and-safety-at-work-workbook/

Facilitator Guide: www.decoda.ca/resource/rsc-adults/rsc-adultsworkplace-literacy/building-resilient-workers-health-and-safety-at-work-facilitator-guide/


   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Health and Safey.zip
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Resource:
 Chambermaid/Housekeeping Cleaner Curriculum
   
Author(s):   Literacy Network Northeast
Published:   2007-2008
Funder:   National Literacy Secretariat, Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
Annotation:  

This curriculum is part of the “Connecting to Workplaces: Building Curricula for Validated Demonstrations” series. The curriculum is written at LBS Level 3 (old validation draft level) but can be adapted based on the needs of the learners. The resource provides a helpful step-by-step curriculum, and tips and notes for practitioners are included for each lesson, along with the answer key for the learning activities.


   
File(s):  PDF document phase-i-chambermaid-curriculum.pdf
URL:  https://northernliteracynetworks.ca/connecting-to-workplaces-building-curricula-for-validated-demonstrations/
   
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Resource:
 Florist Assistant Curriculum
   
Author(s):   Literacy Network Northeast
Published:   2007-2008
Funder:   National Literacy Secretariat, Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
Annotation:  

This curriculum is part of the “Connecting to Workplaces: Building Curricula for Validated Demonstrations” series. The curriculum is written at LBS Level 3 (old validation draft level) but can be adapted based on the needs of the learners. The resource provides a helpful step-by-step curriculum, and tips and notes for practitioners are included for each lesson, along with the answer key for the learning activities.


   
File(s):  PDF document phase-i-florist-assistant-curriculum.pdf
URL:  https://northernliteracynetworks.ca/connecting-to-workplaces-building-curricula-for-validated-demonstrations/
   
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Resource:
 Forestry Worker Curriculum
   
Author(s):   Literacy Network Northeast
Published:   2007-2008
Funder:   National Literacy Secretariat, Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
Annotation:  

This curriculum is part of the “Connecting to Workplaces: Building Curricula for Validated Demonstrations” series. The curriculum is written at LBS Level 3 (old validation draft level) but can be adapted based on the needs of the learners. The resource provides a helpful step-by-step curriculum, and tips and notes for practitioners are included for each lesson, along with the answer key for the learning activities.


   
File(s):  PDF document phase-ii-forestry-worker-curriculum.pdf
URL:  https://northernliteracynetworks.ca/connecting-to-workplaces-building-curricula-for-validated-demonstrations/
   
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Resource:
 Taxi Driver Curriculum
   
Author(s):   Literacy Network Northeast
Published:   2007-2008
Funder:   National Literacy Secretariat, Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
Annotation:  

This curriculum is part of the “Connecting to Workplaces: Building Curricula for Validated Demonstrations” series. The curriculum is written at LBS Level 3 (old validation draft level) but can be adapted based on the needs of the learners. The resource provides a helpful step-by-step curriculum, and tips and notes for practitioners are included for each lesson, along with the answer key for the learning activities.


   
File(s):  PDF document phase-i-taxi-driver-curriculum-1.pdf
URL:  https://northernliteracynetworks.ca/connecting-to-workplaces-building-curricula-for-validated-demonstrations/
   
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