The federal government is currently funding ten pilot projects as part of its Flexibility and Innovation in Apprenticeship Technical Training initiative. These pilots are experimenting with online learning, upfront training, mobile labs and simulator training. As part of its efforts to broaden discussion on this topic, CAF-FCA invites practitioners, jurisdictional apprenticeship authorities, researchers and other stakeholders to submit articles for an upcoming issue of the Canadian Apprenticeship Journal.
Articles will be accepted until 12:00pm EDT on April 28, 2017. Research articles should be no longer than 12 pages or 5,000 words, with shorter pieces on specific programs or initiatives (800 to 2,000 words) also welcome. Articles may be written in English or French, and those chosen will be published in the language of submission. Please submit article in Microsoft Word format to: email@example.com.
Themes of this issue will include:
For more information, please contact Emily: firstname.lastname@example.org.