Since 2015, the Government of Canada has invested more than $1 billion in real-world learning opportunities to prepare the next generation for the labour market. Work-integrated learning (WIL) combines classroom learning with work experience — preparing students with the skills and experiences they need. How can providers and policymakers guarantee the quality of experiences for everyone to ensure the maximum impact?
- Learn why not all WIL experiences are equal in intensity and value.
- Get a checklist to see how your WIL program stacks up.
- Read how clear goals and action plans are critical for success.