2012-2017 Evaluation of the Canada-Alberta Labour Market Development Agreement Summary

From : Employment and Social Development Canada

Labour Market Development Agreement

Alberta Programs and Services in 2015 to 2016

  Number of New Interventions Total Expenditure
Skills Development (Work Foundations/Occupational Training) 854 $76,700,000
Skills Development – Apprentices 23,897
Career and Employment Information Services 217,262 $22,543,000
Integrated Training and Immigrant Bridging 651 $8,012,000
Self-Employment 91 $879,000
Workplace Training 36 $412,000

Key Findings for the 2002 to 2005 and 2006 to 2008 Cohorts of Participants

Evaluation reports are available on Employment and Social Development Canada’s website.

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