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Ontario Centre for Workforce Innovation Call for Research Proposals

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Date(s) - 15/08/2016
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The Ontario Centre for Workforce Innovation (OCWI) is now welcoming applications for research and evaluation proposals.

The objective of the OCWI Research and Innovation Fund is to support research, evaluation and innovation projects to improve opportunities for people to obtain, retain, or advance in terms of employment, become more productive participants in the labour force and improve well-being.

The OCWI will fund research, evaluation and innovation projects that align with these priorities and that will produce or improve knowledge, practice, and impact in the training and employment sector.

This is the first in a series of call for proposals to be issued by the OCWI over the next year. This particular phase focuses on research on a particular issue or evaluation of a program/service delivery approach in Ontario which has the potential for impact. In accordance with OCWI criteria and guidelines, research may include synthesis projects, inquiry projects, evaluation and impact projects.

Updated: The deadline for applications is August 15, 2016.

For more information, please visit:
http://www.ocwi-coie.ca/, or contact the OCWI research team at research@ocwi-coie.ca.

 

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  1. Profile photo of Andrew
    August 12, 2016, 5:11 am   / 

    This is an interesting development that will give opportunity to many voices. Obviously, many schools of thought in the labour market industry are going to evolve as a result of this event. Different views also will be show cased in the attempt to construct the best employment strategies for Ontario press in particular, which eventually will diffuse into Canadian labour market management. I look forward to the success of this project and the paradigm shift it will bring about as it concerns labour policy making in Ontario and Canada. This shall kick in as response to the issues addressed by many quality articles from this conference. I am really curious.

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