From Yesterday to Today - Trends in Training in Canada
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This paper addresses the 6th section of a course on Canadian training which refers to players and issues, unions and memberships, and the roles played by public and private sector interests. The writer also looks at the strong emphasis on problems of orientation according to institution and location, the need for dynamic views on the part of all who shape training policies and the Canadian organization, and notably, the Canadian worker.
From the Paper:"Canada has had limited success in reconciling several competing interests in workforce training. This reflects important longstanding trends and the nature of a country that is beset by regionalism, fast economic change, and a range of government, industrial, institutional and educational differences. To the mix of players in Canadian training must be various labour unions that claim expertise in preparing workers, as a primary functions, in some materials seeming to regard the worker as belonging to the organization in question. As Ronnie Leah pointed out, however...."
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