Indigenous Skills for Success Journey, Refresh Project

INTRODUCING:

an Indigenous Skills for Success Journey, Planting the Seeds for Growth.

Indigenous Skills for Success Journey, Planting the Seeds for Growth course introduces Canada's Skills for Success framework from an Indigenous cultural perspective.  Funded in part by the Government of Canada's Adult Learning, Literacy, and Essential Skills Program, this course is a refresh and redesign of the Aboriginal Essential Skills Journey (aboriginal-essential-skills) course.


Are you a leader or front-line worker serving Indigenous persons in:

  • Education/training
  • Career/Employment services
  • Human resources


Join us for a journey to learn how the Skills for Success framework can enhance the work that you do through:

Leadership Sessions 👉 Coming March & April 2023
Pilot Course Sessions for Front-Line Workers 👉 May 2023 to December 2023

Why attend?

  • Gain knowledge of Canada’s Skills for Success framework and the value it has to improve skills for work, learning, and life.
  • Find out about the no-cost opportunity to build your organization's front-line worker capacity to use the Skills for Success framework, tools, and resources and receive credit for the Douglas College Skills for Success Practitioner CE Certificate.
  • Enhance the skill-building of your organization’s learners/workers.
  • Network with other like-minded Leaders.


Front Line Worker Pilot Online Course Indigenous Skills for Success Journey, Planting the Seeds for Growth (Coming May to December 2023)
 


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How do I Participate?

Send an email to rempelj@douglascollege.ca to express your interest in attending a leadership or front-line worker pilot course. We will contact you with start dates once they are scheduled.
 


Background Information

In May 2021, the Government of Canada launched the new Skills for Success framework, which replaces the old Essential Skills model developed in the mid-1990s.  The newly updated framework identifies and defines nine key skills for success in learning, work, and life.  These are literacy, numeracy, writing, digital skills, communication, problem-solving, adaptability, collaboration and creativity, and innovation.

Created in response to the changing skill needs of Canadians and the evolving labour market, the new Skills for Success model can support individuals in identifying their current skills and help them build new skills to succeed in learning, work, and life.
 

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