Who We Are
What We Do
We are making a $32 million investment in workers and employers in Canada. These 64 innovation projects explore ways evolving or emerging sectors and technologies can support workers displaced from socio-economic shocks as well as strengthening the economy of tomorrow.
FSC and the Conference Board of Canada are launching OpportuNext, a free online tool to help job placement professionals, jobseekers and employers. This tool looks at 13 billion job characteristics in today’s market to quickly and easily identify career transition options.
Community of Practice
Our Community of Practice is a virtual space that brings together practitioners in the skills-training ecosystem. Researchers, employment and training service providers and anyone interested in skills development are welcome to join!
We collaborate with researchers across Canada to build knowledge on critical issues relevant to skills development. Our research helps Canadians to better understand future skills priorities, knowledge gaps, best practices, and how to address these demands.
The Future Skills Centre is dedicated to helping Canadians gain the skills they need to thrive in a changing labour market.
A forward-looking organization, FSC prototypes, tests, and measures new and innovative approaches to skills development and training. We are passionate about building a resilient learning nation, backed by an agile and responsive skills ecosystem.