Employment Goal Path Resources


        
 
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Resource:
 Common Assessment for the Employment Goal Path
   
Author(s):   Literacy Northwest
Published:   March 2014
Funder:   Employment Ontario
   
Annotation:  

This resource contains sample tasks and activities that are adapted from the “Selected Assessment Tools”, provided by MTCU and other tools that are currently being used in the literacy field across Ontario. There is a separate section for each of the five OALCF goal paths.

Each goal path section  includes:

a) Index of Activities 

b) Key Development Skills Check List 

c) Assessment activities for each competency, level and task group 

d) Answer Guide 

e) Resource List


   
File(s):  PDF document EMPLOYMENT SECTION.pdf
URL:  https://learningnetworks.ca/resources-publications/common-assessment-for-the-oalcf-goal-paths-resource-package-literacy-northwest/
   
Linked to:   OALCF



Resource:
 Connecting Literacy and Employment Through Essential Skills
   
Author(s):   Literacy Link South Central
Published:   May 2011
Funder:   Government of Canada- Office of Literacy and Essential Skills
   
Annotation:  

This set of seven workbooks embed Essential Skills activities within employment-readiness tasks. These resources have been developed for people who want to look for employment while strengthening their Essential Skills. These workbooks will be most successful if they are used in a facilitated group setting, as many exercises include working with other people. There are several computer-related activities so the users need access to a computer and the Internet.

The topics reflect the steps people take when looking for a job. For best results, these resources can be used as a series (1-7). But if someone doesn't need the information in every workbook, they can just choose the ones with the content that is right for them.

Topics:

  • Essential Skills to Identify the Job Seeker
  • Essential Skills to Identify the Job
  • Essential Skills to Research Your Occupation
  • Essential Skills to Search for Jobs
  • Essential Skills to Market Yourself with a Resume and Cover Letter
  • Essential Skills to Market Yourself at the Interview
  • Essential Skills to Maintain Employability




   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) LLSC Connecting Literacy and Employment Through Essential Skills.zip
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Linked to:   Essential Skills



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 A3 and the Employment Path
   
Author(s):   Project READ
Published:   2015
Funder:   Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
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This curriculum is designed to teach the skills for extracting from films, broadcasts, and presentations. In 12 units, it covers more than how to view an online video or listen to a podcast. It also looks at evaluating and using the information in these formats, including strategies for finding main ideas, listening carefully, understanding figurative language, separating fact from opinion, using thinking styles, using memory and taking notes. There is an instructor's manual and a learner's workbook.

   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) A3 Employment Path.zip
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Linked to:   OALCF



Resource:
 Bridging the Employment Gap: Ready for Work
   
Author(s):   Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network
Published:   2008
Funder:   HRSDC, NLS, MTCU, OLES, Service Canada
   
Annotation:  

"Ready for Work" is part of a series of occupational-related curricula called Bridging the Employment gap. The curricula were designed to help learners at Essential Skills Level 1 to upgrade their literacy, numeracy and other essential skills in an entry-level occupational context.

There are also alignment charts for each curriculum, colour-coded to show the competencies, task groups and complexity level for each of the activities/tasks. 

   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Ready for Work.zip
URL:  
   
Linked to:   OALCF
Essential Skills



Resource:
 Bridging the Employment Gap: Clerical
   
Author(s):   Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network
Published:   2008
Funder:   HRSDC, NLS, MTCU, OLES, Service Canada
   
Annotation:  

"Clerical" is part of a series of occupational-related curricula called Bridging the Employment gap. The curricula were designed to help learners at Essential Skills Level 1 to upgrade their literacy, numeracy and other essential skills in an entry-level occupational context.

There are also alignment charts for each curriculum, colour-coded to show the competencies, task groups and complexity level for each of the activities/tasks. 


   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Clerical.zip
URL:  
   
Linked to:   OALCF
Essential Skills



Resource:
 Bridging the Employment Gap: Grounds Maintenance
   
Author(s):   Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network
Published:   2008
Funder:   HRSDC, NLS, MTCU, OLES, Service Canada
   
Annotation:  

"Grounds Maintenance" is part of a series of occupational-related curricula called Bridging the Employment gap. The curricula were designed to help learners at Essential Skills Level 1 to upgrade their literacy, numeracy and other essential skills in an entry-level occupational context.

There are also alignment charts for each curriculum, colour-coded to show the competencies, task groups and complexity level for each of the activities/tasks. 


   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Grounds Maintenance.zip
URL:  
   
Linked to:   OALCF
Essential Skills



Resource:
 Bridging the Employment Gap: Janitorial
   
Author(s):   Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network
Published:   2008
Funder:   HRSDC, NLS, MTCU, OLES, Service Canada
   
Annotation:  

"Janitorial" is part of a series of occupational-related curricula called Bridging the Employment gap. The curricula were designed to help learners at Essential Skills Level 1 to upgrade their literacy, numeracy and other essential skills in an entry-level occupational context.

There are also alignment charts for each curriculum, colour-coded to show the competencies, task groups and complexity level for each of the activities/tasks. 


   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Janitorial.zip
URL:  
   
Linked to:   OALCF
Essential Skills



Resource:
 Bridging the Employment Gap: Kitchen Help
   
Author(s):   Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network
Published:   2008
Funder:   HRSDC, NLS, MTCU, OLES, Service Canada
   
Annotation:  

"Kitchen Help" is part of a series of occupational-related curricula called Bridging the Employment gap. The curricula were designed to help learners at Essential Skills Level 1 to upgrade their literacy, numeracy and other essential skills in an entry-level occupational context.

There are also alignment charts for each curriculum, colour-coded to show the competencies, task groups and complexity level for each of the activities/tasks. 


   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Kitchen.zip
URL:  
   
Linked to:   OALCF
Essential Skills



Resource:
 Bridging the Employment Gap: Retail
   
Author(s):   Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network
Published:   2008
Funder:   HRSDC, NLS, MTCU, OLES, Service Canada
   
Annotation:  

"Retail" is part of a series of occupational-related curricula called Bridging the Employment gap. The curricula were designed to help learners at Essential Skills Level 1 to upgrade their literacy, numeracy and other essential skills in an entry-level occupational context.

There are also alignment charts for each curriculum, colour-coded to show the competencies, task groups and complexity level for each of the activities/tasks. 


   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Retail.zip
URL:  
   
Linked to:   OALCF
Essential Skills



Resource:
 Employability Success! Using skills to find a job and keep a job
   
Author(s):   Timmins Learning Centre
Published:   2008
Funder:   Ministry of Education
   
Annotation:  

This manual was developed to help fill in the gaps for learners seeking employment or further training after upgrading in their literacy program. Upon completion of these modules learners can access employment services and be more successful not only at getting a job but keeping it. There are eight modules:

  • Communication
  • Think and solve problems
  • Demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours
  • Be responsible
  • Be adaptable
  • Learn continuously
  • Work with others
  • Put your skills together for job search
   
File(s):  PDF document 106_TLC_employability_curriculum.pdf
URL:  
   
Linked to:   Essential Skills


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