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Tuesday, January 29 • 11:00 - 12:15
208-1: (Carousels) ALiGN: A Sector-Based Model for Addressing Talent Shortages

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In 2017-18, OTEC and its partner, Magnet, developed an online talent assessment and job-matching system and delivery network that could respond to labour shortages. This session will introduce the core components of the ALiGN model, review key research findings and case studies from the field, and explore how community and sector-based partners can leverage the system as it expands nationally.

Learning Outcomes:
  • A new methodology for assessing and matching clients without skills/experience
  • How to build local sector-based industry-community employment training consortia
  • How to engage a growing national network of sector-based practitioners

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Adam Morrison

Adam Morrison

Vice-President, OTEC
As OTEC’s Vice-President, Projects and Partnerships, Adam leads the organization’s workforce development initiatives by working with industry, government, educators and the not-for-profit sector to design and implement innovative client-focused labour market solutions.
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Gladys Okine

Executive Director, First Work
Gladys Okine is the Executive Director of First Work. Gladys has led workforce development programs in the community, municipal and academic environments. She provides advisory support to local, provincial and national career development bodies.


Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 208