A British Columbia Workforce Literacy and Essential Skills Plan

The British Columbia Workforce Literacy and Essential Skills Plan is designed to provide future generations of adult learners with literacy and essential skills to thrive in the workforce. It outlines eight strategies for developing a collaborative, learner-centred, workforce-oriented, evidence-based and sustainable approach to literacy and essential skills training:

 

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