SRDC works with policymakers to develop and enhance programs that provide equitable access to education and skills development for disadvantaged adults. Adult education can take place in many settings, such as completing secondary school, pursuing post-secondary education, honing skills in trade school, or getting first-hand experience through apprenticeships. Explore the multitude of ways our research and project evaluations make an impact.
SRDC recognizes that education and training programs need to adapt to adult learning in the workplace or the community
Financial literacy is understanding the pros and cons of a money decision, weighing the costs, and confidently deciding what to do. SRDC's projects demonstrate our work in improving Canadians' financial literacy and stability.
Our work improves programs that provide the skills necessary to access, identify, understand, interpret, create and communicate information.
SRDC's program evaluations and research give organizations the tools that enable their employees to gain the skills needed to perform the job.