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There may be more than one way to acquire the skills and knowledge you need to make your next career move. Find out more about the training paths that may be available to you.
Learning increases our value as employees. But we often resist learning new things. See if you can identify your learning defences and overcome them.
Are you a lifelong learner? Are you finding new opportunities to learn? Find out with this online quiz. Then take charge of your own learning at work.
Investigate coaching and recognition resources. Examine guidelines for mentoring in the Alberta Public Service.
One of the best ways to explore a career option is to try it. There are several ways to get hands-on experience in an occupation, educational program or industry without making a major commitment.
One of the best ways to explore is to spend time in the job you're interested in. This can be as formal as a post-secondary course or as informal as an afternoon visit.
Find out if you need more formal or informal education.
Whether you're an employee or a contractor, you may find you need to write a proposal. In today's workplace proposal writing is increasingly a part of many people's work roles.