Employment Goal Path Resources


        
 
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Resource:
 Easing Transitions Supporting Transitions
   
Author(s):   Literacy Link Niagara
Published:   2009/2010
Funder:   Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
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Goals of the Easing Transitions project included:

  • clearer understanding of literacy needs and essential skills required for EO referral 
  • better understanding of Clear Writing & Design by EO agencies so that they can increase the readability of their documents
  •  increased appropriate referrals to EO agencies 
  • identification of barriers and obstacles for clients moving between EO agencies
  • enhanced working relationship with EO partners

http://www.literacylinkniagara.ca/documents/ETwebreport.pdf

Deliverables for the Supporting Transitions project included:

  • a new online referral tool that helps clients and EO agencies find literacy and other adult education programs without requiring background knowledge
  • a new online quick screen tool that helps determine whether a client may benefit from a literacy program 

Short term outcomes included:

  • increased appropriate referrals between EO agencies
  • enhanced working relationship with EO partners
  • better knowledge of each other between EO partners

http://www.literacylinkniagara.ca/documents/STFinalReport.pdf


   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Easing Transitions Supporting Transitions.zip
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Resource:
 Our Choice, Your Future - Employment Video Series (2014-2015)
   
Author(s):   Adult Basic Education Association
Published:   2014-2015
Funder:   Unknown
   
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The Adult Basic Education Association (ABEA), in partnership with Workforce Planning Hamilton (WPH) has released 5 employment videos with support materials targeted to youth exploring their career options. You may find the videos can be used with many different audiences. All materials are available in English and French.

Early Childhood Educator

 | Full download


Customer and Information Service Representative

 | Full download


Baker

 | Full download


Construction Trades Helper (also called Construction Craft Worker)

 | Full download


Light Duty Cleaner

 | Full download



Other materials developed

  • Our Choice, Your Future User Guide
  • A rack card for each video
  • A one-page handout for each video
  • A rack card for local Employment Ontario contacts in Hamilton
  • A poster to promote the video

Materials can be downloaded below.

   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Our Choice Your Future - Support Materials.zip
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Resource:
 Formalizing Transitions between Employment Services and LBS
   
Author(s):   Simcoe Muskoka Literacy Network
Published:   2014
Funder:   Employment Ontario
   
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For several years, Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) and Employment Services (ES) programs have been working together in communities across Ontario. Because there has been no official direction on how to specifically work together, communities have taken an organic approach – doing “what they can with what they have” in order to try to serve clients more effectively. Now that both Employment Services and LBS services are using EOIS-CaMS, there is an opportunity to assess the results of these collaborative efforts to set community goals.

The purpose of this project was to research the ways in which ES and LBS programs have been working together to promote transitions from ES to LBS and from LBS to ES. As part of this research, the project:

  • documented and shared current and emerging best practices regarding transitions between ES and LBS, as well as examples of screening tools and introductory/awareness raising workshops that are in use
  • informally piloted some of these best practices in Simcoe/Muskoka
  • examined how EOIS-CaMS data and reports can be used to track, compare and project results within the Performance Management Framework
  • investigated how the transitions can be effectively documented and integrated into the current Literacy Service Planning processes and products

Reports can be downloaded below.


   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Formalizing Transitions.zip
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Resource:
 GET SET for Manufacturing
   
Author(s):   Laubach Literacy Ontario
Published:   2021
Funder:   Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development
   
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This targeted training series has all the materials needed to run training for learners interested in pursuing a career in manufacturing. Soft skills, essential skills, and technical skills are integrated.

The training has been developed to be delivered over 12 sessions, with an optional 13th session. The optional 13th session is intended for learners to take part in a mock interview by appointment. Each session will take 2-3 hours.  Each session has a PowerPoint. There is one learner workbook that is used for all twelve sessions. There are individual handouts and/or answer keys in some of the sessions. In addition, there is a sample learner plan template with suggested milestones that can be used by Employment Ontario funded programs. Employment Ontario Literacy and Basic Skills agencies are required to determine a learning style for each learner. This has been referenced in the learner handbook. However, a learning style survey is not provided in the materials. You can use the learning style survey you are currently using at your agency.

All of the materials that have been created can be personalized for your agency with your own logo.  They are either Word documents or PowerPoint documents. Materials from other sources that have been included as examples or resources are PDF’s and cannot be personalized.

The full package can be downloaded below.



   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Get Set for Manufacturing_1.zip
URL:  http://www.laubach-on.ca/bookstore/book/get-set-for-manufacturing
   
Linked to:   OALCF
Essential Skills



Resource:
 Skills That Work
   
Author(s):   Literacy Link South Central
Published:   2004
Funder:   Government of Canada
   
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This manual is designed using a skills-based format. Each skill has 4 jobs attached to it, with the exception of “Follow Written Directions”. Each job has at least one authentic workplace material attached to it. 


   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Skills That Work LLSC.zip
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Linked to:   Essential Skills