Best Practices:                Safe Crossing                   March 2013                   Presented By:                 ...
Overview of Presentation•   Choosing a Sector:•   Establishing Partnerships:•   Six-Tier Program Delivery Model:      1)  ...
Choosing a Sector• Labour Market Information:      Skills Shortages      Access to Professions      Local Need      Pr...
Establishing Partnerships  • Academic Component  • Business and Language Coaches  • Sector Councils  • Employers          ...
Six-Tier Program Delivery Model1) Industry Participation:    Program design informed by industry    “Show me the Employe...
Six-Tier Program Delivery Model2) Canadian-context Academic Component:   Avoids costs, time and redundancy associated    ...
Six-Tier Program Delivery Model3) Business Communications and Language Support:   Front-ended through a customized in-cla...
Six-Tier Program Delivery Model4) Sector-Specific Job Search and Placement:  Industry Specialization  Rapport Building a...
Six-Tier Program Delivery Model5) Coaching & Mentoring:  Speed Mentoring ™  The Mentoring Partnership ™  Business Coach...
Six-Tier Program Delivery Model6) Specialized Retention Services:   Post-Hire Employee Support   Post-Hire Employer Supp...
What Works Really Well?•   Pilot Model (work in progress)•   Sector Specialization•   Industry Participation in Program De...
How Do We Know?• 82% commensurate employment outcome across 8  bridging programs:• 97% retention rate at one-year of emplo...
What would make good models and greatresults even better?• Pre-arrival access to programming• More coordination and partne...
QUESTIONS ???                accesemployment.ca 14
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Metropolis 2013

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ACCES Employment, Bridging Program Models

  1. 1. Best Practices: Safe Crossing March 2013 Presented By: Sue SadlerSenior Director, Services and Program Development
  2. 2. Overview of Presentation• Choosing a Sector:• Establishing Partnerships:• Six-Tier Program Delivery Model: 1) Industry Participation 2) Canadian-Context Academic Component 3) Business Communications and Language Support 4) Sector-Specific Job Search and Placement 5) Coaching and Mentoring 6) Specialized Retention Services• What Works Really Well?• How Do We Know?• What Would Make Good Models and Great Results Even Better?• Questions? accesemployment.ca 2
  3. 3. Choosing a Sector• Labour Market Information: Skills Shortages Access to Professions Local Need Projected Growth• Industry Drivers: Employer Engagement Sector Support accesemployment. ca 3
  4. 4. Establishing Partnerships • Academic Component • Business and Language Coaches • Sector Councils • Employers accesemployment.ca 4
  5. 5. Six-Tier Program Delivery Model1) Industry Participation:  Program design informed by industry  “Show me the Employers!!!”  Guest Speakers Series  Expert Panel Feedback  Resume Critiques & Mock Interviews accesemployment.ca 5
  6. 6. Six-Tier Program Delivery Model2) Canadian-context Academic Component:  Avoids costs, time and redundancy associated with repeating training already obtained abroad (non-regulated professions)  Features only Canadian context and North American relevancy  Participants receive certification from a recognised Canadian academic institution accesemployment.ca 6
  7. 7. Six-Tier Program Delivery Model3) Business Communications and Language Support:  Front-ended through a customized in-class (or online) curriculum  Back-ended through ongoing support via personalized Language and/or Business Communications Coaching and a ‘Document Editing Service’ accesemployment.ca 7
  8. 8. Six-Tier Program Delivery Model4) Sector-Specific Job Search and Placement: Industry Specialization Rapport Building accomplished through familiarity with specific needs and requirements Customized Recruitment Events Repeat hires through employer involvement and program’s ability to respond to the industry’s needs (as they are identified) accesemployment.ca 8
  9. 9. Six-Tier Program Delivery Model5) Coaching & Mentoring: Speed Mentoring ™ The Mentoring Partnership ™ Business Coaching Language Coaching Employer Critiques accesemployment.ca 9
  10. 10. Six-Tier Program Delivery Model6) Specialized Retention Services: Post-Hire Employee Support Post-Hire Employer Support On-boarding Check List Buddy Systems accesemployment.ca 10
  11. 11. What Works Really Well?• Pilot Model (work in progress)• Sector Specialization• Industry Participation in Program Design and Delivery• Post-Hire Supports accesemployment.ca 11
  12. 12. How Do We Know?• 82% commensurate employment outcome across 8 bridging programs:• 97% retention rate at one-year of employment• Employer participation on all 8 Industry Advisories spans over 40 different employers accesemployment.ca 12
  13. 13. What would make good models and greatresults even better?• Pre-arrival access to programming• More coordination and partnership• A prominent ‘Sector Voice’• Sustainable resources accesemployment.ca 13
  14. 14. QUESTIONS ??? accesemployment.ca 14

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