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Employment Goal Path

The employment goal path primarily prepares the learner for an activity for which an individual earns a wage or salary.  Preparation for activities that model work, such as volunteering at a workplace, internships and community placements, are also included in the employment goal path.

Click here to access the official OALCF publication to support the understanding of the employment goal path.

Task-Based Activities for LBS contains a number of task-based activities related to the employment goal path:  http://taskbasedactivitiesforlbs.ca/
Skills for Success are skills that help you in a quickly changing world. Everyone benefits from having these skills. They help you to get a job, progress at your current job and change jobs. The skills also help you become an active member of your community and succeed in learning.

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