AFPA has a unique partnership with Alberta Workforce Essential Skills Society (AWES) focused on assisting food and beverage processors with support in the areas of onboarding.
Language and Skills for Careers in Food Processing Training - 3 workshops - Oct. & Nov. 2018 - LETHBRIDGE & CALGARY
Exciting training Opporutnity! No Cost! This course is for immigrants who want to improve their language and workplace skills in food processing occupantions.
What you will get:
Let’s find out. Do your employees use any of these skills in their day-to-day work?
ALL the above tasks are considered ESSENTIAL SKILLS. Is your company wasting time and resources because of miscommunications or having to redo tasks?
Are you getting the best work from your employees? Are they motivated to do their best work for YOU? Find out how the Skilling UP method of training for Essential Skills can improve your company’s productivity, your bottom line, employee retention and satisfaction, AND decrease safety incidents and down time.
Cindy Messaros, Executive Director email@example.com
We customize training for EXACTLY what your company needs.
The Skilling UP Program is the result of a partnership between AWES and the Government of Canada’s Adult Learning, Literacy and Essential Skills Program, and supported by SkillPlan, DataAngel, the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation (SRDC) and Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium EMC).
Alberta Workforce Essential Skills Society (AWES) is a non-profit training organization that promotes the importance of ensuring workers have the essential skills required to engage in healthy productive lives. Workers with the appropriate levels of essential skills are able to evolve with their jobs and adapt to an ever-changing workplace more readily. Jobs of today and in the future will continue to increase in degrees of complexity, resulting in the need for workers to continue to build on their essential skills.