Filter by:

Limit to news where the title matches:
Limit to items where the date of the news item:
Date range
Limit to items where the date of the news item:
Limit to news items tagged with one or more of:
Limit to news items where the audience is one or more of:

The Work-Learn Institute is pleased to announce it has entered into a two-year partnership with the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO)'s newly established Skills Consortium. The purpose of the Skills Consortium is to “evaluate programs or interventions relating to the acquisition, development and/or articulation of transferable skills.”

Relive last week's Work-Learn Institute launch and the Future of Work and Talent Pipeline Webinar event! Whether you joined us live or could not make it on September 17, find the live recording, webinar slides, discussion recap and takeaways and the Future of Work White Paper on the new webinar for employers page.

Work-Learn Institute's director Judene Pretti was featured in a recent article by HRD Magazine discussing the impact of COVID-19 on recruitment. 

“I think COVID has given us the opportunity to challenge assumptions about the way we work and how employees and organizations adapt to change,” she explained. “While it hasn’t been an easy transition for most, it is remarkable to look at the ways that work has changed in the past five months and what we have learned along the way."

Join us for a webinar co-hosted with HRD Magazine on the future of work and your talent pipeline as we launch the University of Waterloo’s Work-Learn Institute on September 17. Webinar speakers include Judene Pretti (Director, Work-Learn Institute), Norah McRae (Associate Provost, Co-operative and Experiential Education) and University of Waterloo graduates.