Workforce Development Agreement (WDA) Programs that support youth at risk and victims of violence target populations

Project type: DI Program Government project

Status: In progress

Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training

The Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training is developing a performance measurement and evaluation framework to create skills training programs that meet the needs British Columbians. This project will help create accessible, affordable and equitable education and skills training opportunities. Specifically, this project will help us learn how to improve education and training services for youth, including youth at risk and victims of target populations. This work will look at the factors that may play a part in how vulnerable youth experience the workforce such as level of education, health and wellness (including mental health), and their involvement with government-funded services and programs.

Project main contact: Tatiana Kim, Performance Evaluation Analyst, Workforce Innovation and Skills Training, Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training

Linked data sets:

  • Community Living BC
  • Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training
  • Ministry of Children and Family Services
  • Ministry of Education
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions
  • Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction
  • Statistics Canada

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