Other Helpful Websites
Skills Training Links
Second Career - Information about the Ontario-wide initiative for laid-off workers
- Conduct a Skills Training program search
- Skills training courses offered through Employment and Social Services
- Training programs and courses offered through the Learning Enrichment Foundation (LEF)
- Career skills and workshops for Internationally Trained Individuals offered through Skills for Change
- Postsecondary is Possible – A search site for access and outreach programs for adult learners that is an initiative of the Council of Educators of Toronto (CET)
- ONTransfer – A online guide to credit transfer in Ontario colleges and universities maintained by the Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT)
- The Canadian Language Benchmarks' Essential Skills website – The website provides newcomers and immigrants an understanding of the language requirements and Essential Skills required for jobs. It also houses the Occupational Language Analysis (OLA) database. The analyses on the database highlight the skills for speaking, listening, reading and writing needed for specific occupations.
- Settlement.Org – The knowledge hub for the Settlement Sector in Ontario.
- Orientation to Ontario (O2O) – A website that is designed to ease the transition of newcomers by providing access to standardized information about settling in Ontario. Section 4 of the website deals with education and training.
Apprenticeship: Other Online Resources About Adult Learning
- MTML's Exploring Learner Pathways (Phase 1): The meeting at the LBS/ESL Intersections project explored the learning pathways of LBS learners who speak English as a second or additional language. Please visit the ‘Documents' tab on at www.learnerpathways.wordpress.com to access the full report, learner portraits, and the cross-program collaboration document which acts as a handy tool in helping to build relationships and understanding across the adult education programs.
- The Enhancing Pathways project (Phases 1 and 2) saw five regional networks in Southwestern Ontario (Project READ Literacy Network Waterloo-Wellington [PRLN], Peel-Halton-Dufferin Adult Learning Network, Literacy Link South Central, The Literacy Network of Durham Region [LiNDR], and Adult Basic Education Association in Hamilton) carry out pilot projects in their area, as they worked to strengthen relationships between language and literacy service providers and enhance learner referrals and information sharing across the programs. Visit www.enhancingpathways.ca to access the valuable resources that were developed with respect to supporting and facilitating service coordination between literacy and language programs.