A follow-up study of the Essential Skills Workplace Services (ESWS) delivery model, which was implemented from 2008-2010 by The Training Group at Douglas College in partnership with a national consortium of colleges specializing in workplace essential skills training. This research study aims to provide a rich understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of the ESWS model along with a series of practical lessons in its implementation. Particular attention is given to the fundamental role of employer engagement and how essential skills training and its benefits are best communicated in a workplace setting.
Published: March 2011
Capability: Program Evaluation/ Performance Measurement
Policy Area: Adult Learning - Adult Training - Workplace Training - Literacy and Essential Skills
Population: Low-skilled Workers