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Comparative Analysis of CLB Benchmarking Methods

Abstract: 

The purpose of this project is to develop a comparative analysis of CLB-referenced occupational benchmarking methods that have been used to benchmark occupations and occupational training programs in Canada. The primary intent of this project is to inform the practice of occupational language benchmarking for all who have an interest in analyzing the language demands of an occupation. Shared knowledge, facilitating a discussion with current practitioners and provoking thoughtful reflection of how and why this work is done will help accomplish this intent. This research will lay the foundation for further consultation to suggest best practices in occupational benchmarking. This research and the final report documenting the results of the research will be of use to all stakeholders who have an interest in benchmarking the language demands of an occupation or occupation-related programming.

Source/Producer: 
Karen Hammond
Author: 
Karen Hammond and Tara Holmes
Keywords: 
CLB Benchmarking; Analyzing language demands of occupations; Occupational Benchmarking
Funding Source: 
AEI
Availability of Document: 
Free download from www.hammondassociatesinc.com
Contact: 
Karen Hammond
Contact Email: 
karen@hammondassociatesinc.com
Karen Hammond
Karen Hammond and Tara Holmes
CLB Benchmarking; Analyzing language demands of occupations; Occupational Benchmarking
AEI
Free download from www.hammondassociatesinc.com
Karen Hammond
karen@hammondassociatesinc.com