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Helping employees adapt to new technologies

We developed a free tool for evaluating new occupational opportunities based on your previous experience and education. Before you start exploring the career paths we encourage you to identify the attributes and skills you possess that would be attractive to an employer. It can be helpful to review these in three categories:

  1. Personal attributes: describe what you are like as a person/employee (e.g., your values, personality type, personal qualities, and characteristics)
  2. Technical skills: skills and knowledge required to perform specific work (e.g., how to use restaurant Point-of-Sale systems, hotel reservations systems, or other computer software)
  3. Transferable skills: skills required to perform a variety of tasks that can be transferred from one type of job to another (e.g., the ability to read a balance sheet and prepare a budget) 


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  • Our educational system has changed and must continue to change in order to carry on in the 21st century. Take a look what career paths might be right for you.

  • The importance of non-academic and occupational skills for success in the labor market is becoming increasingly documented and more relevant.

  • As technology is becoming more and more important to businesses, hiring employees with technical skills is becoming critical. Entry-level IT jobs are increasing YOY.

  • Employers may also look for recognised certification of your skills. Certifications in a particular trade, skill or software program will get you noticed.

Experiential learning is based on students being directly involved in a learning experience rather than being recipients of ready-made content in the form of lectures. Experiential learning is:
  • Action-oriented
  • Learner-centred
  • Geared toward process, rather than outcomes



practicum is applied learning that provides students with practical experience and interaction with professionals from industry and the community outside of school. The goal is to support career readiness and help enhance:
  • Higher-order thinking
  • Academic skills
  • Technical skills
  • Applied workplace skills


Emerging roles training: As technology evolves, many new roles are becoming more common as other roles fade. For example, as we enter the age of "Big Data", we are seeing the need for more data analysts and business-intelligence specialists. Many companies are now hiring social-media experts and mobile-technology specialists. The increased use of cloud computing and virtual-machine technologies also is breeding demand for expertise in those areas.

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