Sharing Best Practices & Promising Approaches

This area involves working with provincial and community organizations, including other Local Employment Planning Councils, to identify and share local best practices that could inform action in other areas.


Current and Ongoing Projects

LEPC Best Practices Event

The LEPC will be hosting a half-day session for Industry Partners (public and private sector employers), School Boards, community organizations and elected officials in February 2019 to showcase best practices and facilitate continued collaborative planning in the region beyond the LEPC's tenure.


Past Projects

International Lessons in Developing a Highly Skilled Workforce Event

The LEPC in partnership with the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and local business owner Uli Walther hosted a series of engagement sessions focusing on the potential for adopting new strategies and best practices that have been successfully implemented in apprenticeship systems in other jurisdictions.

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North by Numbers

The LEPC, in partnership with the Northern Policy Institute (NPI) developed an online tool for uploading and disseminating labour market supply and demand information collected at the community (CSD) level. (In StatsCan the Census Sub Division or CSD is the general term for municipalities). This tool will ultimately assist in decision making, improving understanding of current and future skills requirements, and improve the ability of service providers to coordinate planning and manage cooperative responses to affect positive client outcomes.

www.northbynumbers.ca

Celebrating and Advancing the Initiatives of the LEPC

On June 12th, 2017, the LEPC hosted an event focused on acknowledging the past, present and future efforts of community partners who have worked alongside and supported the LEPC and it's initiatives. The purpose of this event was to demonstrate how the ongoing efforts of the LEPC contribute to workforce development on a larger scale including at the local, regional, provincial and federal levels. For more information about the event, please visit the link below.

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Ontario

This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.


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