Presentation on theme: "I TEACH E SSENTIAL S KILLS College Partnership Project conducted by La Cité des affaires This project is funded by the Government of Canada Human Resources."— Presentation transcript:
I TEACH E SSENTIAL S KILLS College Partnership Project conducted by La Cité des affaires This project is funded by the Government of Canada Human Resources and Skills Development Canada under the Agir avec la communauté program administered by the ACCC
S ETTING UP OCCUPATION FACT SHEETS Examples of fact sheets Reminder of the project objectives The fact sheet creation approach
P ROJECT OBJECTIVE Our common task is to produce summary fact sheets for job titles. We have each identified job titles and must construct our summary fact sheets on the basis of these titles. Expose Francophone intervenors to Essential Skills (ES) so that they can identify them and address them in their interventions. «»
F IRST OF ALL … W HAT ARE ES? Reading Text Using Documents Writing Oral Communication Numeracy Thinking Skills Working with Others Computer Use Continuous Learning Language Skills –Problem Solving –Decision Making –Critical Thinking –Job Task Planning and Organizing –Significant Use of Memory –Finding Information –Problem Solving –Decision Making –Critical Thinking –Job Task Planning and Organizing –Significant Use of Memory –Finding Information
Contents of the fact sheet to design Job title NOC code Job title description Job-related requirements List of dominant skills Description of the tasks related to these skills To find out more about the occupation
I TEACH E SSENTIAL S KILLS Fact sheet creation approach
You offer vocational training programs in your institution and you have already identified job titles for which you want to write fact sheets. It is important that this be a job title and not a training title. It is the job title that corresponds to a NOC code. J OB TITLE
Looking up the NOC code Starting page of the Index of Titles; http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/SearchKeywordRe sult.aspx http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/SearchKeywordRe sult.aspx Enter a key word to view the job titles proposed by the site. Choose the one closest to your search. Read the description and ensure that the description provided conforms to your search, or else try other descriptions. After identifying the code corresponding to your search, enter it next to the job title. Make sure to keep the Web link of the targeted job title to cite it at the end of your fact sheet, under the heading For more information on the occupation.
Job title description The NOC page corresponding to the job title contains a description of the work performed by the incumbent. Repeat this description in one phrase, simplifying the wording.
Job-related requirements Taken from the Job Futures site; http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/fra/qc/emploi_avenir/statistiques_e mploi_avenir.shtml http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/fra/qc/emploi_avenir/statistiques_e mploi_avenir.shtml Find the identified NOC code. Read the description of this job title to ensure that our job title is correctly described. Find the Requirements heading. Group the different qualifications in a few points. You can list up to 5. Make sure to keep the Web link of this site to enter it under the heading For more information on the occupation.
List of dominant skills Taken from the Essential Skill Profiles site; http://www10.hrsdc.gc.ca/ES/English/search_occupation_noc.aspx http://www10.hrsdc.gc.ca/ES/English/search_occupation_noc.aspx Enter the identified NOC code on the above Web page. After the description, the most important Essential Skills are given immediately. For each of them (there are usually 2 or 3), follow the content of the next slide. Make sure to keep the Web link of this site to enter it under the heading For more information on the occupation.
Description of tasks related to these skills Taken from the complete ES fact sheet of this position. Read the information specific to each dominant skill. Identify at least 3 or 4 tasks that best describe the use of this skill in a work situation. Indicate the level of complexity of this task, usually recorded in parentheses in the description. For example: (1).
To find out more about the occupation Recopy the websites associated with your position title; * NOC site * Job Futures site * Essential Skills site * or others
Fact sheet examples Here are 3 examples of fact sheets to design. Produce your fact sheets in a Word document. Keep a layout similar to the one proposed Make sure to identify your websites properly.
We expect your fact sheets for December 3, 2010. If you need coaching, please contact Betty Célestin by email at email@example.com Send your completed fact sheets to Marie- Christine Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org
I TEACH ESSENTIAL SKILLS THANK YOU and Good luck with your discovery!