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Course Details: Leadership Skills training is offered online with interactive content, including case studies and engaging discussions to provide you with skillsets and tools required for career advancement and increased earning potential. These advancements typically include management opportunities, such as lead hand, supervisor, shift manager, site manager, and coaching or mentoring experience. Such positions are found on or within construction sites, mines, mills, government departments, small businesses and in hospitality. Saskatchewan Polytechnic designed this program to provide you with personalized attention, hands on learning, applied learning research approaches, and learning techniques which provide you with marketable skills all employers applaud.
Accreditation: Upon successful completion of all course requirements, all participants will be eligible for a Blue Seal and will receive a Certificate of Achievement, in jurisdictions where applicable. All six courses provide accreditation from the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) which can be used towards Gold Seal Designation.
Course Details: The Canadian construction and maintenance industry is dedicated to establishing respectful and inclusive workplace environments for all. Following consultation from industry leaders and successful stakeholders, the construction and maintenance industry has designed supports to assist in establishing key teachings that reinforce inclusive communication and effective team building skills. The main goal is to enhance your toolkit of career skills and equip you to successfully participate in creating respectful and inclusive workplaces. This training will ultimately reinforce cohesive and beneficial workplace environments by eliminating discrimination and harassment, while strengthening inclusive communication, teamwork, and mentorship.
All students will be accredited one (1) credit towards their Gold Seal Certification by the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) upon successful completion of all course requirements. A final mark of 100% will be required to receive a certificate of completion.
Course Details: As per Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), The Government of Canada and other agencies, combined, have identified key essential skills required for workplace success. Every job requires employees to demonstrate sufficiency in these skills at varying levels of complexity. Workplace Essential Skills provides foundational learning agility for all skills and enables participants to evolve and adapt within the everchanging workplace. The nine skills ESDC have identified as key factors for workplace prosperity are, reading, document use, numeracy, writing, oral communication, working with others, thinking, digital technology, and continuous learning.
Skills Development Strategy:
· Develop curriculums with special focus’ on workplace Essential Skills
· Teaches participants how to develop learning materials
· Develop Essential Skills assessments for adult learners
· Mentor educators in teaching Essential Skills and incorporating Essential Skills into lessons
· Offers in-depth customized training workshops that develop workplace Essential Skills expertise
· Increases awareness of Essential Skills and builds capacity by presenting Essential Skills topics nationally and internationally.
· Assists educators with writing and publishing educational resources
· Hosts national conferences for educators on Essential Skills topics
Course Details: With an increasing percentage of workforce represented by younger and less experienced workers the greatest obstacle has now become how to accurately capture productivity and safety practices that will advise and educate new workers. This program is divided in two separate sections, the focus begins with the apprentice and the second caters to the mentor. Firstly, Mentorship Matters provides clear and collaborative communication provided through one-on-one instruction with assigned mentors to provide apprentices with practical skills they can apply to real life situations. Skills learned will enable the mentee to gain the most from their mentor through verbal and practical instruction, clear and collaborative communication, and taking the lead in goal setting. The second portion caters to the mentor. There targeted skills include, efficient skills transfer, including techniques for demonstration, evaluations, and the presentation of constructive feedback. Following the completion of all course requirements, Mentorship Matters will successfully equip apprentices and mentors with the skills and strategies necessary for both technical training application and job site utilization. Apprentice Accreditation:• Effectively learn communication strategies which maximize learning opportunities. • Identify learning styles and associated strategies. • Understand and implement goal setting techniques to enhance training. • Duration of 3.5 hours
Mentor Accreditation: • Learn about their responsibilities as a mentor and leader on-the-job. • improve skills transference and productivity of apprentices and new workers while maintaining a safe working environment. • learn the six-step approach for teaching skills that includes techniques for demonstrating, evaluating, and providing feedback for the worker learning new skills Learn how to create a safe environment
Course Details: The Construction Electrician (NOC 7241) Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems Personnel Certification has been developed by CSA Group in conjunction with the National Electrical Trade Council (NETCO) and industry stakeholders to provide assurance that an individual possesses the competencies deemed necessary to perform the job function of a Construction Electrician (NOC 7241) Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems Certified Electrician. The certification is designed to complement accreditation programs for verification bodies.