2005: ePortfolio strategy

by Don Presant
Tags: CV, projects

Introduction

Professional ePortfolio: Don Presant

Professional ePortfolio: Don Presant

Services overview

Services overview

Consulting

2012: Technical white paper

2012: Technical white paper

2011: Technical report

2011: Technical report

2010: Community of Practice strategy

2010: Community of Practice strategy

2009: ePortfolio strategy

2009: ePortfolio strategy

2008: Employer survey and report

2008: Employer survey and report

2005: ePortfolio strategy

2005: Website planning

2005: Website planning

2005: RPL strategy report

2005: RPL strategy report

2004: ePortfolio strategy

2004: ePortfolio strategy

2004: eGovernment report

2004: eGovernment report

2004: Workshop support & report

2004: Workshop support & report

2003: Community of Practice strategy

2003: Community of Practice strategy

2003: Apprenticeship web strategy

2003: Apprenticeship web strategy

2002: LMI awareness tool

2002: LMI awareness tool

2000: Training program development

2000: Training program development

Project Description

Feasibility study: ePortfolio for skilled immigrants and employers

Don and Learning Agents partnered with the Learning Innovations Forum (LIfIA) of BC and three other organizations across the country in a contribution agreement with HRSDC. The objective was to develop a research report examining the feasibility ePortfolios as a strategy to accelerate the human capital development of skilled immigrants to Canada and their integration into the workforce. The resulting report was validated with employer focus groups across the country and delivered to HRSDC.

Don recruited CME Ontario as the Ontario partner and hired the facilitator for the focus groups in Winnipeg, in addition to providing content for the PowerPoint presentations and the reports.

Key deliverables for this project were the initial research report, the PowerPoint presentations for the validation process, and the validation report.

 

 

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Timeframe

August 2005 to March 2006

8 months

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Client

Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC)

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Roles

  • Senior consultant
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