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The skills and training needed to succeed as a cultural worker

The skills and training needed to succeed as a cultural worker

The skills and training needed to succeed as a cultural worker.
Please take this survey.
 
The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport is partnering on a research project with WorkInCulture to gain a first-time comprehensive snapshot of what it’s like to work in Ontario’s culture sector from the perspective of artists, cultural workers and employers. Feedback on topics like skills gaps, training needs, diversity and equity will help inform future support by WorkInCulture as well as the Province.
 
WorkInCulture has set up the MakingItWork survey https://na1se.voxco.com/SE/114/MakingItWork/, aiming to get at the heart of what’s it’s really like to work in this sector.
 
You are invited to complete the survey which should take less than 20 minutes and to share this request with other cultural workers.

By participating in MakingItWork and sharing your story, you are helping WorkInCulture collect the data that will help build better programming and supports for you and the sector. Also, you will have the opportunity to enter into a draw to win a pair of tickets to the Creative Works Conference in Toronto on May 10, 2019.
 
Your contribution will form an important part of developing the first ever comprehensive labour market report for the culture sector.
 
Thank you for supporting this exciting research project.
 
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
 
Eva S. Salter
Regional Advisor
Regional Services and Corporate Support Branch
Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport
Ministry of Seniors Affairs and Accessibility
Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services
Women Issues
301 St.Paul St.
St.Catharines ON L2R 7R4
Tel: 1 800 263 2441 ext. 3 or 905 704 3953
eva.salter@ontario.ca

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