Can Workforce Essential Skills programming work in your community?
Read the guide
To learn what it is, who it’s for and how to start up in your community read this guide.
Watch the video
View a video to learn about the programming.
The Workforce Essential Skills across Canada project
WESCan (Workforce Essential Skills across Canada) is an Office of Literacy and Essential Skills funded project that saw PTP working closely with communities across Canada to build meaningful programming for low-skilled individuals. The project used the CAMERA System as its foundation, combined with the knowledge gained through years of research and analysis on effective ways to transition low-skilled adults to work.
The Community Partners across Canada:
- Margaret Eaton, ABC Canada Literacy Foundation;
- Brigid Hayes, Brigid Hayes Consulting;
- Lindsay Kennedy, Canadian Literacy and Learning Network ;
- Suzanne Pederson, Literacy Victoria; and
- Nanci McConnell, Douglas College.
For more information about the WESCan contact firstname.lastname@example.org