Over the years, Workforce Planning for Sudbury & Manitoulin (WPSM) has developed and fostered strong partnerships with employers, industry leaders, business associations, unions, Employment Ontario (EO) services, educational institutions, economic development organizations, designated groups, various levels of government and others.
Based on current Labour Market Information (LMI), research and consultations, WPSM provides evidence-based advice to our partners and supports local labour market initiatives and special projects.
Each year, as part of WPSM’s mandate under the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD), WPSM also leads four partnership projects to address current and emerging workforce issues.
Partnership Projects for 2018 – 2019
- Manitoulin Employer Workshops
- employerone – 4 year summary
- Addressing PSW Challenges
- Employer Engagement Strategy
2018 SUDBURY-MANITOULIN LOW-CARBON BUILDING SKILLS PARTNERSHIP PROJECT
reThink Green and Workforce Planning for Sudbury & Manitoulin have partnered on the 2018 Sudbury-Manitoulin Low-Carbon Building Skills (LCBS) Partnership Projects. With rethink Green as the lead, this project will assess the current capacity of the Sudbury and Manitoulin workforce to provide low-carbon building skills; conduct labour market research; explore innovative strategies; and identify skills shortages and gaps along with skills training opportunities. This project will include hosting roundtable consultations with key stakeholders, assembling an expert advisory panel, and engaging leads in industry, design, the green economy, colleges, Indigenous communities an others.
For more information…reThink Green