Skills Council of Canada surpasses 5,300 skills development courses and career resources supporting all job seekers
Skills Council of Canada’s Collaborative Support Ecosystem brings skill development opportunities to job seekers, providing means that advance the skills needed to become employment ready.
Ottawa, Ontario Sep 22, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Skills Council of Canada is pleased to announce it has expanded its content library to include award-winning courses that span the categories of essential, soft, technical skills development, compliance, equity and diversity, wellness, and more. Recent partnerships with iAM Learning, Vubiz, TalentLMS, and Edge Factor provide Skills Council of Canada’s Collaborative Support Ecosystem with an additional 1,500 courses and support resources, adding to the value of their for job seekers participating in their Breaking Down Barriers Skills-to-Employment Project.
In recent months, the Skills Council of Canada has been adding more content to its skills development catalogue, addressing the diversity of individuals seeking professional and personal development opportunities across the country. By working in partnership with industry leaders and education experts, the Skills Council of Canada fosters opportunities for growth and employment for job seekers. Access to meaningful training and employment is becoming increasingly difficult because of an ever-changing economic outlook, growing competition for jobs, and a shift in the traditional pathways into work. Employers are looking for individuals who have the skills to do the job today and are prepared for the jobs of tomorrow. Skills Council of Canada’s Collaborative Support Ecosystem seamlessly connects individual job seekers to skills and employment development opportunities, helping them become job-ready with in-demand and competitive skill sets employers are looking for.
Skills Council of Canada partners with leading organizations that share in their mission of providing equitable access to inclusive, quality education, and promoting lifelong learning and employment opportunities for all. Before partnering with any content provider, the Skills Council of Canada’s team carefully considers growing industry trends, the quality of the partner’s offering, and how each partnership contributes to the overall project goal of breaking down barriers to education. “Supporting our learners is the main objective of this project and the focus of our Collaborative Support Ecosystem. Our success is the result of engaged, enthusiastic, flourishing job seekers who are confident and motivated to follow their dreams. Skills Council of Canada puts job seekers’ needs and outcomes first and as such, carefully selects and considers all partnerships. We are enormously proud to include iAM Learning, Vubiz, TalentLMS, Articulate, and Edge Factor’s offerings to our library of skills-to-employment offerings.” said Kate O’Neil, VP of Partnerships for Skills Council of Canada.
Collaboration is the foundation on which the Skills Council of Canada and the Breaking Down Barriers Skills-to-Employment Project were built. The company recognizes how imperative it is to connect in partnership with organizations that share the drive to improve the lives of Canadians through accessible and affordable learning and development resources.
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About Skills Council of Canada Inc.
Skills Council of Canada Inc. (Skills Council of Canada) based in Ottawa, Ontario is a social impact-focused organization building holistic integrated solutions that support Canada’s Sustainable Development Goals with a prime focus on education-to-employment. Operating in collaboration with Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations, the Skills Council of Canada promotes skills development for: the development of good health/well-being, access to quality education and equal employment, gender equality, access to clean drinking water, affordable clean energy, decent work for economic growth, innovative technology ecosystems, infrastructure, reducing inequality, sustainable communities, and developing partnerships required to support these efforts.
Skills Council of Canada’s Collaborative Support Ecosystem (CSE) includes thousands of skills courses, thousands of job role assessments and subject-based assessments, access to thousands of one-on-one mentors, tutors, career counselling, wellness coaches, and so much more, all managed by Skills Council of Canada’s robust learning management system. The CSE program also enables the Skills Council of Canada to supply its entire offering for free to all participants and partners.
Source :Skills Council of Canada, iAM Learning, Vubiz, Edge Factor, TalentLMS
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