It’s hard to believe that January has come and gone and, regardless of Groundhog Day predictions , many regions are still in Winter’s grasp. We hope you are enjoying the winter months whether that be adventuring in the snow or staying cozy inside! We enjoyed seeing many of you at Cannexus24! What an incredible conference,

Calling all managers, leaders, supervisors throughout career development / employment and training services sector. Your voice matters – help us help you better!

Current disruptions in the labour market are leaving many workers and employers without the support they need to build new skills or attract the right talent. Our State of Skills report series explores the evolving landscape of skills development and gathers insights and evidence to better understand what works, for whom, and in what context.

Embark on a transformative journey with techKNOWtutors as we unveil March as Digital Literacy Month across the island. We are thrilled to offer FREE digital literacy classes throughout the month, aimed at empowering individuals and communities around the entire province.

The CDP profile(2021) is the result of collaboration across the country that included many practitioners from NL through coffee consultations, expert focus groups and steering committee participation.  

Join the online national community of practice hosted by the CCDF. Check out the CEC group page for CDPs from Newfoundland and Labrador. Connect today to build your network and see more of the Canadian professional community. 

CERIC surveyed 500 Canadian executives in more than 11 industries including service, retail, hospitality, construction and manufacturing.
The survey also provides comparability to CERIC’s 2013 survey to track differences within the past eight years.

The newly formed LD-ACE (Learning Disabilities Awareness and Empowerment Project) presenter team is ready to present via zoom all over Newfoundland and Labrador. These presentations are a special opportunity to learn the joys and challenges of this unique way of walking through the world of school, employment, self-advocacy, relationships, and mental health.

They are always looking to expand their network of individuals interested in immigration in St. John’s. If you are interested in getting involved in a working group, collaborating on a project, or learning more.