PDF-E-040 | Canadian Language Benchmarks-Essential Skills Comparative Framework

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(e-version ISBN 978-1-897100-81-3)

Please note the updated Canadian Language Benchmarks-Essential Skills Framework (CF) completed in 2019 aligns with the original Essential Skills Framework. In the future, some modifications may be necessary to align it to the new Skills for Success.

The Canadian Language Benchmarks-Essential Skills Comparative Framework (CF) brings together two important standards that relate to communication. The CF is intended to inform initiatives that support the efforts of immigrants to Canada to develop their language ability for employment purposes. As the Canadian workforce employs an ever-increasing number of individuals for whom English is a second or alternate language, the demand is high for training initiatives that integrate language learning with workplace skills. The CF can support these initiatives by illustrating the relationship between two key standards, both of which are relevant to immigrants who want to develop skills for employment.


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Relating Canadian Language Benchmarks to Essential Skills: A Comparative Framework

(e-version ISBN 978-1-897100-81-3)

Please note the updated Canadian Language Benchmarks-Essential Skills Framework (CF) completed in 2019 aligns with the original Essential Skills Framework. In the future, some modifications may be necessary to align it to the new Skills for Success.

The Canadian Language Benchmarks-Essential Skills Comparative Framework (CF) brings together two important standards that relate to communication. The CF is intended to inform initiatives that support the efforts of immigrants to Canada to develop their language ability for employment purposes. As the Canadian workforce employs an ever-increasing number of individuals for whom English is a second or alternate language, the demand is high for training initiatives that integrate language learning with workplace skills. The CF can support these initiatives by illustrating the relationship between two key standards, both of which are relevant to immigrants who want to develop skills for employment.