The Succeeding at Work (SAW) Program is a free training program offered in six provinces across Canada (British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia). The program focus is on participant pre-assessment and evaluation throughout training and post-employment. Working with employers to find the right fit, this initiative is intended to be an employer-driven model, featuring approximately seven weeks of industry approved curriculum along with personal and professional development.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Training Categories Include:
- WORKPLACE ESSENTIAL SKILLS
- TECHNICAL SKILLS /FOOD SAFETY SKILLS
- EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS
- PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT /SOFT SKILLS
The SAW curriculum features 34 courses, of which more than 20 are nationally recognized workplace sector specific industry courses. The curriculum features a blended approach to learning with a classroom learning environment that includes both hands on and online content. The training will be followed by employment in our industry where we evaluate participant and employer feedback. For more information or to apply to this program visit succeedingatwork.ca