“Aboriginal people generally have lower levels of educational attainment than other groups in Canada, but little is known about the reasons behind this gap. This study is the second of two by the same author investigating the issue in detail.”
"Training the Excluded for Work is an important contribution to debates about the importance and viability of job training policies and programmes that are directed to those who are "excluded" in the Canadian labour market. It is also timely insofar as job training, in contrast to post-secondary education policy, remains somewhat under examined in Canada. This is particularly ironic, as job training has emerged as a key issue for policy makers, industry, workers and activists.
Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers (CANDO)
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"To earn the Technician Aboriginal Economic Developer Certificate, candidate (student in the process) must demonstrate 16 competencies that can be earned either through post-secondary study (delivered through an accredited programs - universities and colleges across Canada), course by course match up and/or through prior learning assessment (PLA) that measures past learning and experience."