Future Skills 2020
Future Skills Centre

Presented by

Conference Board of Canada

Where we've been
and where we're going

Future Skills 2020

Canada’s economy is evolving, and the nature of work is changing with it. Canadians need to feel confident about the skills that will help them succeed.

Free event at the

Shaw Centre

Ottawa | Nov 16-17

How can we understand the future of work and skills? Let’s use evidence to map where we’ve been and plan where we want to go.

On behalf of the Future Skills Centre, The Conference Board of Canada is facilitating the Centre’s first conference, bringing together skills stakeholders from across Canada to prepare today for the workforce of tomorrow.

Future Skills 2020

The Future Skills Centre is a pan-Canadian initiative, connecting ideas generated across the country so that employees and employers can succeed in the labour market, and so that local, regional, and national economies can thrive. Come learn about the cutting-edge research and innovation projects being done by the Centre, hear from thought leaders in the skills ecosystem, and join a network of like-minded practitioners, employers, and policy-makers at Future Skills 2020.

Stay tuned. Registration details to come.

About Future Skills Conference

The Regional Sounding Tour continues to travel across Canada to engage with stakeholders and collect information about their region’s unique skills needs. Our goal is to synthesize these findings and continue to map the future of work in Canada.

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Consortium partners

Government of Canada's Future Skills Centre
Ryerson University
Conference Board of Canada