Title:Building and educating tomorrow’s workforce: themes and priority actions.
Corporate Author: Alberta Human Resources and Employment
Subject:Education – planning, policy|split|Employment – planning, policy
Publisher:Alberta Human Resources and Employment
Place of Publication:Edmonton
Date of Publication:2006

A summary of main themes from the “Building and Educating Tomorrow’s Workforce” document.
Building and Educating Tomorrow’s Workforce aimed at achieving three key outcomes: an improved supply of appropriately skilled and motivated workers in the province; highly skilled, educated and innovative people; and high performance work environments that can make maximum use of innovation and technology. These outcomes will be met through a strategic framework with four themes: Inform, Attract, Develop, and Retain. Inform, Attract, Develop, Retain.

Material Type:Fact Sheet

H. LABOUR/H.07 EMPLOYMENT/2006 building_tomorrow_themes.pdf

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