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Essential Skills Ontario inspires and leads the development of literacy and essential skills solutions through excellence in collaboration, research and innovation. We envision an Ontario where all adults have the opportunities and support to gain the literacy and essential skills they need to reach their potential in an ever-changing world.
Join Essential Skills Ontario Tuesday, June 4 at 1:00PM ET for our webinar, Bridges Out of Poverty, hosted by Anne Ramsay, Executive Network Director of Project READ Literacy Network Waterloo-Wellington, President and Chair of Essential Skills Ontario’s Board of Directors and Certified Bridges Out of Poverty Trainer.
HRSDC has released a new report: 'Harnessing the Power of Social Finance: Canadians Respond to the National Call for Concepts for Social Finance', as part of broader efforts to research the potential of social finance to augment existing programs with new capital and new ideas.
Join The Centre for Literacy, in partnership with Essential Skills Ontario, for a free webinar Tuesday, April 23 at 1:00PM ET, on The Centre for Literacy's new paper, Uncharted Territory: Can Social Innovation Revitalize Literacy and Essential Skills Programs?, hosted by John MacLaughlin and Ron Samson from Essential Skills Ontario and authors of the paper.
Essential Skills Ontario has released the third in our series of research briefs on Becoming State of the Art - From Better Skills to Better Work: How Career Ladders can Support the Transition from Low-Skill to High-Skill Work, introduces ‘Career Ladders', a developing approach that helps move those who have low educational attainment and face barriers to entering the workforce to more fully participate in the labour market.