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Title: Making an Impression: CPISCs First Year


1
Making an ImpressionCPISCs First Year
  • CPIA Conference
  • November 8, 2007

2
Presentation Overview
  • What is CPISC
  • Key Objectives
  • Building Blocks for the Future - Three Year
    Research Plan
  • Informing Future Decisions
  • Training for the Future
  • Skills for the Future
  • Recruiting and Retaining for the Future
  • Next Steps
  • How to Get Involved

3
What is CPISC?
  • One of over 30 Sector Councils currently in
    operation
  • Funded by the Department of Human Resources and
    Social Development (HRSDC)
  • Officially incorporated in April 2006
  • Brings together employers, employees, unions,
    suppliers, education and government
  • Meet current and future human resource
    development needs of the industry

4
Key Objectives
  • Provide a national forum for collaboration
  • CPISC as a sought after source for labour market
    intelligence to aid decision making
  • Assume a leadership role in skills development
  • Creation of national skill standards
  • Development of relevant training tools and
    resources
  • Improve the image of the industry as a career
    destination with an emphasis on recruitment and
    retention

5
Building Blocks for the Future Three Year
Research Plan
  • Informing Future Decisions
  • Developing Labour Market Information
  • Training for the Future
  • A Compendium of Training Programs and Providers
  • Skills for the Future
  • National Skill Standards and Occupational Profiles

6
Informing Future Decisions
  • Developing Labour Market Information
  • Up to date statistical and anecdotal information
    about the printing industry
  • Skills and Technology roadmap for the industry
  • Outcomes
  • Baseline data to allow CPISC to track changes and
    respond to future HR needs
  • Consistent labour market information about the
    sector
  • Inform human resource planning by helping
    employers and employees make HR decisions
  • Consensus view on new market opportunities and
    critical technologies
  • Support informed strategic technology investment

7
Timelines
  • Labour Market Information
  • PIA Quarterly Market Survey October 2007
  • Statistics Canada Data
  • Completion Date March 31, 2008
  • Skills and Technology roadmap for the industry
  • Three Phased Study
  • September 2007-September 2008
  • Looking for representatives to sit on our various
    Working Groups

8
Training for the Future
  • Objectives
  • Review existing education and training programs
    offered by institutions, private training
    providers, unions, suppliers and printing
    companies
  • Compile a Compendium of Programs
  • Identify training gaps and barriers
  • Explore range of training options
  • Outcomes
  • Ability to map programs against skill standards
  • Make adjustments to existing training programs
  • Maintain an ongoing dialogue between industry and
    training providers
  • Implement a range of training and apprenticeship
    options
  • Release Date
  • November 8, 2007 at Graphics Canada Trade Show

9
Skills for the Future
  • Need for agreed upon standards to inform and
    support quality training and retraining and
    provide links between employees and employers and
    training providers
  • Clear skill standards will define what an
    employee should know and be able to do

10
CPISC Approach to Standards
  • Development of skill standards that mirrors the
    way the industry is organized and functions
  • Three types of skill standards
  • Essential Skills
  • Core Skills
  • Operating Skills
  • Developed for each process area
  • Pre-press
  • Press
  • Finishing/ Bindery
  • Basis upon which to develop occupational profiles

11
Outcomes
  • Current Workers
  • Portable credential
  • Tool for assessing knowledge and skills and
    identifying training needs
  • Employers
  • Reliable gauge of employee proficiency
  • Can be used to assess and modify in-house
    training
  • Learners
  • Use skill Standards to better understand career
    pathways
  • Education and Training Providers
  • Basis for revising curriculum
  • Closer relationship between industry and education

12
Timelines
  • Essential and Core Skill Standards
  • Project ends December 31, 2007
  • Press Skill Standards
  • Project ends March 31,2008
  • Standards to be announced at CPISC Forum, June 08
  • Pre-Press
  • Project starts April 1, 2008
  • Finishing/Bindery
  • Project starts April 1, 2008

13
Recruiting and Retaining for the Future
  • Making Printing and Graphic Communications a
    Career of Choice
  • Attracting individuals to the industry is a key
    challenge
  • Difficult to recruit new employees or to train
    existing employees until clear skill standards
    have been developed, career pathways identified
    and effective and responsive training programs
    put in place
  • Interim Measures
  • Tools to assist in recruitment process
  • Brochure on career in the industry
  • Generic Power Point presentation for use in
    schools

14
Next Steps Building on the Foundation
  • Informing Future Decisions
  • Industry Profile Environmental Scan
  • Education for the Future
  • Needs Analysis
  • Skill Standards
  • Review of Certification and Apprenticeship Models
  • Recruiting and Retaining
  • Virtual Tour of Printing Industry

15
How You Can Get Involved
  • Project Working Groups
  • Focus Groups
  • Validation Process for both Standards and
    Profiles

16
Questions
  • How to Contact Us
  • m.eveline_at_cpisc-csic.ca
  • 1-888-688-0293
  • Visit our Website
  • www.cpisc-csic.ca
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