Want to find and keep skilled workers? Here’s a thought: develop them.
Opportunity for Canada to export expertise and technology, but there’s also a danger of the country losing its talented people.
We can’t talk about the future of work without also talking about the future of education.
Aimed at designers, engineers, and managers wanting to learn how to design parts.
Seeks national review of post-secondary programs to ensure more focus on foundational skills.
The 2018 conference hosted by the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum will highlight initiatives, programs and strategies that contribute to Canada’s world-class apprenticeship system. Innovative on-the-ground approaches that reflect how traditional models and methods are evolving will be showcased. More than 500…
Recruitment specialist warns they are overlooking growing discontent among staff.
Maintenance pros learn best with real-world, hands on activities that demonstrate applications.
Retirements and competition for high-skilled workers from other industries will strain hiring efforts.
Insufficient number of crews to handle increased demand prompted by a stronger North American economy.
Universities can’t deliver company-specific skills, they need to be acquired at the company level.
Factories will need to fill 2 million jobs over the next decade, but many workers are facing an in-demand skills deficit.
Recommends that more emphasis be placed on creative online learning.
Plans include help for skills to address rapidly transforming workforce needs.
Getting serious about workforce training? Here are some programs to get your company started.