Essential Skills Profiles and ES complexity levels can be used to identify and maximize the skills of your existing workforce
Essential Skills Profiles can be used to identify areas for cross training
ES profiles and the ES web-site support the development of training plan for both existing employees and new hires.
ES profiles can be used in the revision of training documents, policy and procedural manuals
Contact Conestoga for information on training available for upskilling employees to meet ES levels in the workplace
Contact your Sector Council to discover their work in Essential Skills
Problem Solved (pdf): The problem solved tool is designed to support employers and practitioners who want to help employees and/or learners practice and improve their problem-solving skills. (HRSDC,2010)
All Essential Skills
Developing Partnerships: The developing partnerships tool is designed to help you develop effective partnerships for supporting Literacy and Essential Skills. (LES) (HRSDC,2010)
Occupation Enhancement: The occupation enhancement tool will help employers and practitioners support the development of Essential Skills in the workplace through occupation enhancement. (HRSDC,2010)
Mentoring: The Mentoring tool will help employers and practitioners support the development of Essential Skills in the workplace through mentoring. (HRSDC,2010)
Passport (pdf): The passport is a personal career development tool to help you and your employees track Essential Skills. (HRSDC,2010)
Online Indicator: The Essential Skills Indicator will help employees gain a better understanding of their Essential Skills Levels. This information can help guide future training decisions and career planning. (HRSDC,2010)
ES Solutions (WEM) (pdf): A quick reference tool from Workplace Education Manitoba for Implementing Effective Essential Skills Solutions.
Article (WEM) (pdf): An article from Workplace Education Manitoba about an aerospace company that used Essential Skills Training successfully.