The Ontario Skills Passport (OSP) provides clear descriptions of Essential Skills and work habits and includes videos and tasks that show how people use these skills in everyday life and on-the-job. Learners can use the OSP tools and resources to assess, build, document and track their skills and transfer them to further education, training, the workplace and everyday life.
These skills can be demonstrated in the classroom, cooperative education and other experiential learning opportunities, Specialist High Skills Major and Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Programs, Community Involvement, volunteer opportunities (e.g. SpeakUp and Students as Researchers Projects) and extracurricular activities. This information will help learners develop their Individual Pathways Plan (IPP) as they answer the questions: Who am I? What are my opportunities? Who do I want to become? What is my plan for achieving my goals?
If you are a job seeker, learner, service provider or employer involved in a postsecondary or Employment Ontario program, please