WoodLINKS: Developing Workers for Canada’s Advanced Wood Manufacturing Industry

The Conference Board of Canada, 16 pages, June 18, 2008
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This report looks at WoodLINKS—a school-to-work transition and certification program that brings educators and industry together to develop an advanced wood manufacturing curriculum.

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This case study looks at the impacts that the Wood Manufacturing Council’s WoodLINKS program has on developing the skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed by entry-level employees in order to succeed within Canada’s advanced wood manufacturing industry. It looks at how WoodLINKS supports the industry in developing qualified and certified entry-level workers, and explores how WoodLINKS is developing learners’ awareness and interest in advanced wood manufacturing careers.

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