Tag Archives: knowledge

Teaching Is Great, But…

Would you rather… be “taught” about a topic or be “trained” on a topic?  We thought so.  Teaching is great (and necessary) in some circumstances, but training is where the real value lies in the workplace.  What about claims management? Knowing the theory may be important for some (such as for your trainers, of course), […]

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Young Workers Readiness Certificate Course

As students say goodbye to another school year, many will begin the summer job hunt. For many students who are fresh out of high school, this will be unfamiliar territory as they enter the workforce for the first time. Unfortunately, youth (ages 16-24) are more likely to be unaware of how to conduct themselves in […]

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Stay Safe, Be Prepared: Staying Home Alone

The million-dollar question remains uncertain, at what age can a child stay home alone? Like most provinces, Saskatchewan does not have an age restriction for when a child can stay home alone. The Canadian Safety Council recommends the age of 10 as a minimum to stay home alone for short periods of time and children […]

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