New Immigrants and Refugees within the BIPOC communities make up the most unemployment numbers in Canada and are grossly underemployed if they eventually get a job.
Unfortunately, the number keeps getting worse with no end in sight.
KAF’s Skills for Success Programs provide BIPOC Canadians with everyday skills needed for work, learning and life. Improving them will help these marginalized and often racialized individuals succeed in today’s and tomorrow’s workplace.
Kingdom Acts Foundation’s Skills for Success and Pre-employment Skills Training focuses on BIPOC women, who comprise the most significant number of unemployed groups in Canada.
KAF also provides Skills Training for BIPOC men and youths who need to upgrade their skills, education, and professional certifications to work in Canada.
KAF’s Skills for Success is designed to comply with the new E.S.D.C. Improved Skills for Success Model. KAF’s Skills for Success Training focuses on:
Adaptability (integrates continuous learning)
Creativity (Design, arts and Programming)
Innovation (Design, arts, Programming)
Reading (Documents Management Skills)
Writing (Documents Management Skills)
Numeracy (Documents and Data Management Skills)
Digital Skills and use of digital devices and platforms (Computer Skills)
Communication (includes broader concepts, such as non-verbal communication)
Collaboration (Working with others. Reflects a broader scope, which contains inclusivity and respect for diversity)
Problem Solving (Thinking skills, Critical thinking and decision-making)