Respondents were then presented with a list of institutions and asked if they had accessed skills training from any of them in the past five years. Results reveal that most Canadians have not recently accessed skills training. Fewer than half (43 per cent) have accessed workplace training in the past five years, while less than one in six (14 per cent) have accessed training from a university. Only about one in 10 have accessed training from a private training institute (12 per cent), college (10 per cent), or union training (eight per cent) within the past five years.
Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Canadians’ Perceptions of Post-Secondary Education, Retraining and Lifelong Learning