PLAR Policies and Procedures

Links to PLAR Policies and Procedures from across Canada. Go to link North West Territories “Towards Literacy A Strategy Framework”. Go to link Province of Alberta PLAR Action PLAN. Go to link Province of Manitoba Framework on RPL. Go to link Province of Nova Scotia Framework for RPL.

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Red River College RPL Training Courses

RPL Practitioner Certificate- Red River College of Applied Arts, Science and Technology Gain advanced learning in RPL systems and practices through Red River College’s RPL Practitioner Certificate ! Acquire the requisite skills and abilities to effectively practice in the RPL field or use RPL in related fields such as adult learning, human resources, career and […]

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PLAR Practitioner Competencies Listing and Self-Assessment Forms

Across Canada, there are people applying PLAR knowledge and skills in human resources, in community agencies, in professional associations and regulatory bodies and in academic settings. In Canada’s 20-year history of developing and implementing a wide range of Prior Learning Assessment and Qualifications Recognition services, the field of practice and the role of the practitioners […]

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PLAR Practitioners Certificate Program through PLA Centre, Halifax

A program of portfolio development as a base for leadership training and capacity building The Prior Learning Centre in Halifax has used its skills and learning portfolio development program as a base for leadership training and capacity building. PLAR Practitioner candidates first undertake their own portfolio development process, in a facilitated group setting over thirty […]

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Transferable Trade Skills

Identifies, inventories and transfers a trades person skills A web based system for persons with trade skills that enables them to look at other trades where there skills can be applied. Skill charts (DACUMS) outline practical and knowledge skills required for each trade based on national standards. With over 79 trades and 7,000 skills identified […]

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