Ontario Skills Passport
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Ontario Skills Passport

Welcome To OSP

The Ontario Skills Passport (OSP) provides clear descriptions of Essential Skills and work habits important for success in work, learning and life. Job seekers and learners can use the OSP tools and resources to assess, build, document and track their skills in training programs, volunteer activities and the workplace. The career development process, as outlined in Creating Pathways to Success, is a four-step inquiry process built on the following questions: Who am I? What are my opportunities? Who do I want to become? What is my plan for achieving my goals? These questions are relevant to job seekers and learners at any age or stage of life. The OSP tools and resources provide job seekers and learners with information that can assist them develop meaningful answers to these questions as part of their education and career/life planning process.

If you are a learner, teacher or employer involved in an elementary or secondary school program, please click here.


Thank you for your interest in this resource. A number of documents have been removed from the site.

Please note that the Ministry of Education is currently working with the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities (TCU) to modernize and enhance how labour market information (LMI) is collected and presented to the public. TCU has begun a process to update and evolve its labour market information page on Ontario.ca: https://www.ontario.ca/page/labour-market. As part of this modernization process, the Ontario Skills Passport (OSP) page of the Ministry of Education website will continue to be available online, but will not be updated with new content.

If you require further assistance, please contact programimplementationbranch@ontario.ca.