Employment Goal Path

The employment goal path primarily prepares the learner for an activity for which an individual earns a wage or salary.  Preparation for activities that model work, such as volunteering at a workplace, internships and community placements, are also included in the employment goal path.

Click here to access the official OALCF publication to support the understanding of the employment goal path.

Task-Based Activities for LBS contains a number of task-based activities related to the employment goal path:   http://taskbasedactivitiesforlbs.ca/
Essential Skills Profiles describe how workers in various occupations use each of the key essential skills. They include a brief description of the occupation, examples of tasks that illustrate how each essential skill is applied, and complexity ratings that indicate the level of difficulty of the example tasks.

Click here to access the Essential Skills Profiles.

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