"Values" statements


 

PLAR "VALUES" STATEMENTS


Table of contents

Introduction to PLAR "Values" Statements
Summary Of Findings
Findings
Core Issues and Questions
“Who Cares About PLAR?  Survey of PLAR 1999 Forum Participants, November 1999
Questionnaire
Questionnaire (Risks and Concerns)
Big Business
Course Design and Offerings
Partnership with Educational Providers
HR System for Proper Competency Based Job Analysis
Enable in Creating a Learning Organization
Quality of Work Life
Job Transitions and Adaptability
Preferred Future
Chartered Accountants
Introduction
The Accounting Profession in Canada
Access to Professions
Access Principles for Professional Bodies
IQUAB
Resource Implications
Overview of CA Program Requirements
The Community College
A Future Vision of PLAR
Fundamental Value
Dangers
Credit Union Institute Of Canada
Overview of Accreditation
Current Status of the Accreditation Program
Role of Post-Secondary Institutions
Equity Groups: Onestep
A Case Study
First Nations Technical Institute
Background
The Multi-Purpose Approach to PLA
Risks
The Future of PLA
Reference
Labour Movement
What is PLAR? A CLFDB Definition
Introduction
Can PLAR Programs Help Workers?
A Labour Vision of PLAR
Guiding Strategies for Labour and PLAR
Issues in Implementation
We Want to Employ PLAR Programs to Accomplish the Following Goals
Unions Do Not Advocate the Following
Conclusion
References
Secondary School
Ontario Secondary School Adult Education
Prior Learning Assessment in Ontario Secondary Schools
Questions Posed by the New Approaches to Lifelong Learning Project (NALL)
Small Business
Benefits
Obstacles
Possible Solutions
Appendix 1: Equivalent Standing For Mature Students
Appendix 2: Adult Graduates (April 1/98)

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