The world has changed quickly and employers require new skills to meet their potential. The Chamber has been a vocal advocate for micro-credentials as a way to provide people with the skills needed to do the work that's in demand.
"We're encouraged by the MicroStart Program, which is part of a collaboration between the South Island Prosperity Partnership and Royal Roads University and the University of Victoria," Chamber CEO Bruce Williams said. "Innovation led by business is the best way to address challenges such as climate change and Royal Roads' Climate Adaptation Fundamentals Micro-Credential is focused on skills that integrate climate strategies into people's work."
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