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Essential Skills

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  1. Essential Skills Linking Apprenticeship and Essential Skills in Planning and Programming Margeritt Roger, M.Ed. Essential Skills Coordinator Manitoba Apprenticeship

  2. Why Essential Skills? • To ensure that apprentices and trades qualifiers have maximum success through appropriate Essential Skills benchmarking and upgrade programs

  3. Skills for Success • Essential Skills for the trade • Essential Skills for technical training or certification examination

  4. Systems Perspective

  5. From Product to Process • Find ways of integrating ES into what we already do • Create clear pathways for our clients • Build partnerships and grow new resources • Create new infrastructure, expectations, values • Keep track of what works and what doesn’t

  6. Apprenticeship Branch Initiatives • Awareness-raising • Assessment • Upgrading and support services • Capacity-building • Policy and procedures

  7. Awareness-raising • Brochure • Presentations • Workshops

  8. Assessment • Trades-related ES assessment tools • Upgrading recommendation forms • Training of Assessment Administrators and Referral Counselors

  9. Inventory existing adult education system Develop and pilot prototype products and processes Expand partnerships Identify standards Upgrading and Supports

  10. Curriculum and Materials • Frameworks • Teaching curriculum • Support materials

  11. Train-the-Trainer • Mentoring • Peer professional development • Learning by doing • Workshops and training events

  12. Policies and Procedures • Intake process • PLAR process • Assessment policies • Best practices

  13. Model Project Opaskweyak Cree Nation

  14. For more information Margerit Roger, M.Ed. Apprenticeship Branch 1010-401 York Winnipeg, MB R3C 0P8 (204) 945-3337 mroger@gov.mb.ca