Assessing Immigrants’ Skills and Competencies using Quality Practices Becomes Focus for CAPLA.
The Canadian Association for Prior Learning Assessment (CAPLA) presentsFall Focus Workshop The Currency of Competencies – Revival, Rewards and Risks
November 17–19, 2013
The significance of our conference venue, One King West Hotel, the original 1879 Dominion Bank building, has provided the inspiration to consider the recognition of prior learning (RPL) as an investment in the future. Recognizing prior learning (RPL) pays big dividends for people, communities, organizations and countries. Managing one’s own knowledge assets is vital in an ever-changing labour market. Cashing in on what people know and can do is important to employers and to the future prosperity of Canadians and newcomers.
March 29 – April 6, 2014 is
International Adult Learner’s Week in Canada
Think about something you have learned this week, this month or this year and how it has contributed to your skills and competencies as a citizen, an employee, a volunteer or a parent. Regardless of whether you learned it at home, in school or at work, all learning is valuable and can contribute to who you are, what you know and can do and where your next job opportunity might be found. For additional information on International Adult Learner’s Week, visit www.unesco.ca. To see more about the recognition of prior learning (RPL), go to www.recognitionforlearning.ca.
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