Ottawa’s new approach, known as Integrated Local Labour Market Planning (ILLMP), is focused on an industry-driven, locally-focused, labour market plan to “grow our human capital” – our people and our city.
Congratulations to Inna Veselyeva from the Ottawa Catholic School Board – our January 17th winner, and Wendy Vuyk from Ontario Centre for Workforce Innovation , our March 1st winner!
They both won pair of Sens playoff tickets for the Round 1 game against the Boston Bruins! Thank you both for attending our events, and we hope you enjoyed the game! GO SENS GO!
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Thank you to the 400 + participants who attended our March 1st event! Please click Ottawa This Quarter Q4 2016 to view our report.
See LEPCs highlighted in Premier’s Highly Skilled Workforce Expert Panel Report on Building the Workforce of Tomorrow.
Refugee 613 and community partners, led by World Skills Employment Centre, thank Ottawa employers for their support and engagement with the Pathways to Employment for Refugees event on June 16, 2016.
Over 170 refugees were provided the opportunity to engage with 41 employers and 26 service providers, allowing them to learn about potential careers they can consider as they integrate into the Canadian labour market.
Check out some of the media coverage from the event: