• WIL+ Skills for job readiness

    Students across Canada need support with Work Integrated Learning (WIL) experiences that include tools and resources to help them become job ready.

Supporting Indigenous Canada

betterU developed ‘Skills Council of Canada’ to support the most vulnerable communities across Canada. 

Skills Council of Canada, a betterU brand,  supports Indigenous, underrepresented and underserved communities by providing traditional Work Integrated Learning infrastructure, skills assessments, job-focused skills development and mobile access through their Skills Management System.

Students

All students, whether capstone or otherwise, will get access to project opportunities, assessment tools, skills development training, and program support to ensure a successful and fulfilling WIL experience.

Students

Students will have their own unique access to WIL opportunities through SCC's Skills Management System and feel connected and supported by their institution, employer, and community.

Educators

Educators and post secondary institutions can access the system and assign supplementary material to ensure their students are improving and leaving the WIL project ready to work.

Educators

The Skills Council of Canada provides ongoing progress reports and additional resources to ensure WIL participants are being properly skilled as part of the learning mandate.

Employers

Employers can provide project objectives and desired outcomes when participating in a WIL opportunity. Mentorships and supplementary experiences can also be organized through the platform.

Employers

The Skills Council of Canada will match students with appropriate WIL opportunities, provide ongoing progress reports, support all project activities, and streamline communication and collaboration.

Collaboration

The Skills Council of Canada, working with communities, educators and employers will coordinate, set-up and ensure all parties have access to WIL opportunities and supporting skills programs.

Collaboration

All students, institutions, and employers will work in the Skills Management System, providing a simple way to communicate, share resources, access updates, and track individual skills development.