for Skills and Language for Work
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Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks. (n.d.). For regulatory bodies. PBLA Practice Guidelines. https://www.language.ca/resourcesexpertise/for-regulatory-bodies/
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Derwing, T., Diepenbroek, L., & Foote, J. (2009). A literature review of English language training in Canada and other English-speaking countries. A report prepared for Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Government of Canada. (2020). National occupational classification (NOC).
Government of Canada. (2021). Essential skills profiles.
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Skills Compétences Canada (2014–2021). What are the nine essential skills?
Whitelaw, C., Abe, Y., & Waugh, E. (n.d.). Teaching essential skills for English in the workplace: Professional development workshops. NorQuest College.