The Workforce Planning Board of Grand Erie in partnership with the Education WORKS Alliance conducted a study to identify the needs of adult learners in the communities of; Brantford, County of Brant, Norfolk County, Haldimand County, Six Nations and New Credit.
For the purposes of this study adult learners included people, aged 15 and up, taking courses to upgrade their education and training; to improve their job and career prospects; those taking classes for personal interest; or pursuing more formal education such as returning to school.
The resources below profile the services, supports, and organizations that provide learning opportunities for adults in our region. To access the profile for your county or city, click on the image for your community below.
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The 2015 Grand Erie Adult Learning Research Study Analysis report provides an honest look at the needs of adult learners, the Grand Erie learning environment, and compares those to the needs of local employers. The analysis also provides insights into challenges adult learners are facing in the community. To access the Adult Learning Research Analysis Report, click the image below.
The Workforce Planning Board, in partnership with Education WORKS Alliance, would like to thank all of our Community Partner Organizations and the members of the community in Grand Erie for their input, support and assistance provided to the Adult Learning Research Project.
If you or your organization supported this partnership, please take a few minutes to complete our evaluation here.
This Employment Ontario project is funded in part by the Government of Canada.