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Community of Practice Webinar

How CE Produces Human Talent When the End of Work Threatens the Future of Work

Presented by Anne-Marie Brinsmead, The Chang School, Ryerson University

March 31, 2020, 12 noon to 1 pm

How will the impact of the internet and technology influence the future of work? Join us for a discussion on the opportunities for innovative CE programming that can contribute to producing the talent required when the “end of work” has significant impacts on the “future of work.” This presentation considers the types of jobs lost as well as the types of jobs created and the role of CE units in transitioning the workforce.

As a labour market researcher, Anne-Marie Brinsmead’s presentation will address CE responses to developing the digital skills essential for the future with examples of concrete, actionable programming, examing upskilling delivery paradigms and exploring how CE units are becoming “entrepreneurial hubs” where adult learners “learn and earn”.

Anne-Marie Brinsmead

Make Your Mark Innovation Award (2014), a CESAR Teaching Award (2000) and a GREETTeaching Award recipient (2001), Ryerson University, Anne-Marie Brinsmead currently serves as Program Director for Engineering, Architecture & Science (STEM) at The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University. She performs oversight of one P/T undergraduate degree, thirteen labour market responsive professional continuing education certificates, seven of which are offered fully online. She is a labour market researcher and specialist on labour market shortages in English speaking countries between now and 2040. For nearly thirty years, without missing a semester, she has been teaching university degree credit courses at The Chang School.


To access the Webinar, go to https://edc.blindsidenetworks.net/edc/
Room: OCULL
Password: student

Note: This meeting may be recorded.

To join this meeting by phone, dial:
1-613-317-3321 (1-855-215-5935 toll free)
Then enter 22857 as the conference pin number.

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