One of the most important aspects in successful student recruitment is an understanding of what students value in the workplace.
Definitions of talent are changing to address work-related challenges (e.g. aging workforce, increased globalization), as are the practices used to manage talent (e.g., recruit, develop and retain it).
With partners at Macquarie University in Australia and Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand, the principal researchers developed a framework for the factors that are critical to sustainable partnerships in work-integrated learning (WIL).
Exploring lifelong learning as a concept and how it can be measured can provide educators with clear steps for fostering this mindset in students.
The Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL) Resource Hub is a website developed for all stakeholders involved in work-integrated learning (WIL): students, practitioners, employers, and educators.
In many parts of the world, including Canada, there are calls for an increase in the number of work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities for post-secondary students.
The Future Ready Talent Framework (FRTF) is a research-backed tool to help students, employers and educators understand the key competencies we all need to navigate the future of work and learning. The FRTF is a competency framework that was developed through extensive research into existing frameworks, studies and reports, and validated through our network of employers, students and fellow educators.