Employment & Essential Skills – Theory & Best Practices

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Information Resources

Resource Manual: Canadian Language Benchmarks Can Do Statements for Employment, Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks
The Can Do Statements for Employment are intended for immigrants seeking employment, employment counsellors, employers, and workplace English instructors. The statements cover CLB levels 4-10, and offer an overview of each level from a workplace perspective.

Resource Page: “Language for Work” SeriesCentre for the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CCLB)
The Language for Work: CLB and Essential Skills for Trainers guidebook contains information of interest to trainers who work with English as a Second Language (ESL) clients or employees in an organization. The guidebook provides information, forms, and case studies you can use to help with developing training plans or other training interventions. It also includes a section with tips on working with ESL literacy needs.

Webinar: Developing and Teaching Effective English for Specific Purposes ProgramsTutela
This presentation showcases the English for Specific Purposes (ESP) programs that has been developed for healthcare and engineering professionals.

Webinar: Cultural Intelligence, the New Essential SkillTutela
This webinar contain information on the concept of “Cultural Intelligence” and why it’s so important to the settlement and integration of newcomers.

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