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RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE PREMIER'S PANEL ON THE HIGHLY SKILLED JOB FORCE, PRESENTED BY ERIN McGINN, ASSISTANT DEPUTY MINISTER
Erin McGinn, the Assistant Deputy Minister, Highly Skilled Workforce presented the recommendations from the Premier’s Expert Panel on the Highly Skilled Workforce, at the Peel Halton Local Employment Planning Council’s Central Planning Table Meeting on November 9th, 2016 at 9:00 am. This highly anticipated report makes recommendations on how the province can build on its world-class skills, education and training systems to prepare Ontario’s current and future workforce for the technology – and knowledge-based jobs of today and tomorrow.
“We were thrilled to host Erin McGinn at our upcoming Central Planning Table,” said Shalini da Cunha, Executive Director of the Peel Halton Workforce Development Group. “Our Central Planning Table members include local Employers, School Boards, Sheridan College, both the Region of Peel and Halton Region, Service Canada and Employment Service Providers who are committed to working together to help increase the quality of employment in our area.” To view the complete report, follow the links below: