• Career Ladders at One builds on the experience of Essential Skills Ontario and our partners in the first phase of our work at testing the implementation of career ladders in Ontario, as well as incorporates research on career ladder processes in other jurisdictions...   [  MORE   ]
  • ESO, in partnership with LLSC, LiNDR & LNW, are pleased to announce our collaboration on Phase II of our Career Ladders initiative, where we will design the necessary platforms so three communities in Ontario can develop and build local industry-specific career ladders...   [  MORE  ]
  • Essential Skills Ontario’s 2013-14 Annual Report – our first fully digital report – highlighting our achievements, events and activities over the past year – is now available online.   [  MORE  ]
  • New project funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) will extract and analyze micro data from the PIAAC survey results at both the regional and community level in Ontario to help shed light on skills challenges on a regional basis...   [  MORE  ]

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Essential Skills Ontario works to find the most innovative, efficient and effective training solutions to provide low-skilled adults with the skills they need to thrive in a rapidly-changing world. By conducting focused research and demonstration projects to inform policy and programming, Essential Skills Ontario delivers meaningful results to those who need it most.


Oct 7 2014

Essential Skills Ontario is pleased to announce that we are working on a new project funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) that will extract and analyze micro data from the PIAAC survey results at both the regional and community level in Ontario to help shed light on skills challenges on a regional basis, as well as highlight the challenges faced by vulnerable and low-wage populations across various parts of the province.

Oct 6 2014

Essential Skills Ontario’s 2013-14 Annual Report – our first fully digital report – highlighting our achievements, events and activities over the past year – is now available.

Sep 26 2014
For the first time in its history, the Premier’s office has publicly released its mandate letters to all Cabinet Ministers outlining the key priorities for each ministry. These mandate letters provide ministries with instructions and guidance towards addressing government priorities.  
 
Sep 23 2014

Last year, ESO, along with our partners, Literacy Link South Central (LLSC), the Literacy Network of Durham Region (LiNDR) and Literacy Northwest (LNW) began working on a Career Ladders initiative in the province, and are pleased to announce that we are continuing this collaboration for Phase II of the initiative, Career Ladders: The Next Step in Three Communities. Funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU), the second phase will build on the work of the first, where we assessed the viability of career ladders in three communities in the Durham, Brant and Thunder Bay regions.

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