The 21st century workplace needs a skilled workforce that's efficient, effective and adaptable, while workers need the skills required to perform successfully at work.
What makes the nine workplace Essential Skills key to individual and organizational success?
Examples from our files show the strong benefits of Essential Skills upgrading.
Training is – or should be - an ongoing process to ensure everyone can meet changing job and task needs.
Absenteeism, grievances, workplace friction: are these symptoms of an Essential Skills issue?
Changes to work processes to increase productivity are only possible with adequate levels of Essential Skills.
All the Essential Skills news in Manitoba that's fit to post.
Literacy Partners of Manitoba, in partnership with Workplace Education Manitoba (WEM) and the Canadian Literacy and Learning Network (CLLN), will present an invitation-only roundtable discussion with Scott Murray of Data Angel. The focus will be on Scott's latest report - Investing in Upskilling: Gains for Individuals, Employers and Government.
The goal of the April 18th event is to increase understanding of the
countless benefits of investing in literacy and Essential Skills in
A free Essential Skills-based workshop starts up on February 11 for Roblin-area women who are: currently unemployed or under-employed; want to get back into the workforce or find more meaningful employment; and are unsure of their employable skills or think they don’t have any.
Designed to develop innovative, effective and inspiring business
leadership throughout Manitoba, the Association of Manitoba Sector
Councils kicks off their 6-part Building Better Leaders Workshop Series
on January 9th.
Increasingly, people expect to be able to learn on their own terms: anytime, anywhere, in a way that meets their needs. Workplace Education Manitoba is proud to launch the internet-based ES: Learning On Demand. It’s just one more way to deliver Essential Skills learning support.
WEM is your complete source for Essential Skills consultation,
assessment and co-funded worksite training partnerships.
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