COMSA Webinar - SRDC

Skills for Success: COMSA & Get Started Guide Webinars

Take your training programs to the next level with practical and interactive Skills for Success training and measurement resources.

Delve into both the COMSA Survey Builder Platform and the Skills for Success Get Started Guide for Practitioners to enhance and measure the outcomes of your training curriculum.

COMSA Webinars


  • A detailed overview of COMSA, a free survey builder platform aligned with Skills for Success.
  • Access to an online library of measures and assessments designed for diverse participant populations.
  • Techniques to build customized surveys and conduct safe and secure data collection.
  • Methods to showcase learner and program success using online reporting features.


Get Started Webinar


  • Tips to transition from Essential Skills to Skills for Success.
  • Customization methods for sector-specific contexts such as Construction, Manufacturing, and Tourism.
  • Tactics to integrate Social-Emotional Skills into your programs.
  • Techniques for designing and delivering training using the new adaptability, creativity & innovation skills.
  • Access to practical grab-and-go resources and lesson plans.

Don't miss these new Skills for Success professional development opportunities.

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These webinars are organized as part of our growing community of practice, aiming to foster collaborative learning and insights into performance measurement, Skills for Success, and beyond.  They are developed by the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation (SRDC) and SkillPlan and are funded by the Government of Canada's Skills for Success Program. Don't miss these new Skills for Success professional development opportunities. Register now and take a step towards refining your Skills for Success training programs!

COMSA is developed by the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation (SRDC)

SRDC is a mission-driven, Canadian non-profit and charitable organization. Our mission is to ​help policy-makers and practitioners identify policies and programs that improve the well-being of everyone in Canada.

SRDC has over 30 years of experience providing high-quality research and evaluation support to evidence-based decision making for federal or provincial government departments, foundations, and non-profit organizations. We work with diverse populations including, newcomers, persons with disabilities, Indigenous populations, 2S/LGBTQ+ individuals and communities, and racialized Canadians.

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