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Annual Report 2015 - 2016
This report shares accomplishements of the Four County Labour Market Planning Board's delivery of the Strategic Plan. We would like to thank our community partners, stakeholders, and supporters. Without them the work we do would not adequately serve our community. Their diligent commitment to the success of our workforce, students and employers is what makes our adventures worthwhile. We would also like to thank the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities for their funding that is such a huge benefit and value to our community in support of workforce development....Learn more
Annual Report 2013-2014
Together Everyone Achives More accurately reflects the Planning Board's philosphy. Bring together a group of interested, energetic, knowledgable partners and a transformation starts to happen. Work and resources are shared, experiences are exchanged, new ideas come forward, expertise is put into action and the sphere of influence is greater. Forging partnerships take work, time and resources but the rewards - learning, sharing, meeting goals and making a difference in the community - make it worthwhile......Learn more
Annual Report 2011-2012
2011-12 was another successful year for the Planning Board. As we forged new partnerships and strengthened old ties the importance of workforce planning and local labour market information continues to become clear. Once we are aware of the needs of employers and the community we are able to form synergies that create success.
Over the last 12 months, employers shared their thoughts on the state of the local labour pool and the future of their industry. The demand for a highly skilled workforce is becoming more critical as new and ever advancing technologies are being introduced into the workplace. Employers continued to provide their input......Learn more
Annual Report 2010-2011
As we continue to experience an unstable economy and a slow climb out of the recession, it is even more important to engage in future planning. Planning offers us the ability to focus on the positive as we continue to grow. Rural communities especially need to focus on what lies ahead for the people, planet and profit. Referred to as the "triple bottom line"......Learn more
Annual Report 2009-2010
As we attempt to recover from a recession and adjust to the needs of the local labour market, we find ourselves coping and having to adapt to new economic and employment conditions. It is definitely safe to say that change is the new norm. Whether the trend is our aging workforce, the skills demand of ......Learn more
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