Workforce One-Stop 2012 - the New NATCON
Workforce One-Stop 2012 is a rebranding of previous conferences focusing on workforce training and career development (such as NATCON; Workforce Development and Learning; etc.).
Our objective is to broaden the focus and to take a more inclusive look at what we need to consider for the workforce of the future. That includes (for example) diversity, inclusiveness, generational issues, engaging the aboriginal workforce, looking at the skill shortages and skill gaps, etc. All important topics and issues that will be addresses at Workforce One-Stop 2012.
Join us in Toronto, Monday, April 23, 2012 to Wednesday, April 25, 2012.
To learn more, contact Linda Scott or visit: http://www.conferenceboard.ca/conf/12-0045/default.aspx
NATCON OverviewThis major conference will bring together over 300 leaders representing business, labour, practitioners and policy makers from across Canada to address the latest in career development and workforce learning programs and practices.
Attendance at this 2.5-day event affords an exceptional opportunity to hear about issues relating to career development and workforce learning issues including labour market information, mentoring, career path choices, skilled trades, workplace learning, recruitment, retaining talent and leadership development.
Participants will hear from experts about how to improve and enhance career development information and services, build capacity in their workplace or sector and improve labour market outcomes.