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Engineers Workbook

Engineers Workbook

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Published by Aurora Castillo

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Published by: Aurora Castillo on Nov 27, 2011
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Technologists and Technicians in
Engineering
WORKBOOK
Contents
Orientation 9
Overview 11Job Descriptions and Titles 17Workplace 27Workplace Law in Ontario 37Certification, Training and Experience 49
Terminology 55
Equipment and Procedures 57Terminology for Work Tasks 65Communication in the Workplace 75Communication in the Community 85Personal Plan 95Glossary 101
 
Acknowledgements
The Steps to Employment project was made possible with funding from Citizenship and ImmigrationCanada–Ontario Administration of Settlement and Integration Services (CIC–OASIS).LCRT Consulting researched each sector, designed the curriculum, developed the materials,conducted consultations and focus groups, and coordinated pilot tests of the workshop materials.Many individuals and organizations were involved throughout the project. Thanks to all who providedinput and support, in particular the focus group participants who shared examples of their ownexperiences in accessing employment in Ontario.March 2001
AlphaPlusWeb site HostKathleen DoeWeb site Designer and WebmasterKaoli HanawaIllustratorKevin ChengGraphic DesignerSupercat IllustrationsIntellisearch, Toronto Public LibraryMedia and Literature ResearchLouise ThomasInternet ResearchTrudy KennellEditorial BoardKate GeorgeEditorSkills for ChangeFocus Group LocationKatherine BabiukProgram ConsultantCitizenship and Immigration CanadaOntario Administration of Settlement and Integration Services(OASIS)Brigid KelsoPrincipal WriterPeggie ShekProject ManagerLCRT ConsultingAndrea StrachanCurriculum Design/Senior ConsultantLCRT ConsultingBruce RussellCurriculum Design/Senior ConsultantLCRT ConsultingRoland RhoomsFocus Group FacilitatorAntonella ValeoESL Reviewer
The information in the Steps to Employment series was researched, collected and written in 1999-2001 by LCRT Consulting under contract with Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Some of theinformation may change in time. Please consult the contacts listed for the most current information.The Steps to Employment workshop manuals are strictly for use in non-commercial, not-for-profiteducational environments.

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