Canada's Portfolio is a showcase of the recognition and assessment initiatives that have helped tens of thousands of adults receive credit and recognition for the skills, knowledge and credentials they've earned through their work, education, community activities, family life and personal interests.
Who is this Portfolio for?
Canada's Portfolio can be used by anyone who has an interest in recognizing, crediting and promoting lifelong learning: employers, educators, administrators, managers, supervisors, government policy makers, representatives.
What can you learn by using Canada's Portfolio?
You will learn about dozens of Prior Learning and Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) and Qualifications Recognition (QR) initiatives. For each, you will read about the:
You will also learn who to contact for more detailed information and you can find out about important milestones in Canada's PLAR/QR history.
How is it organized?
Canada's Portfolio contains five sections:
Click on any one of these to get started, above or top left. Be sure to make good use of the Key Words provided on the first page of the Projects and Initiatives section to locate the ones most relevant to your needs.
PLEASE NOTE: We welcome your contribution to the development of Canada's Portfolio. To add a project or initiative, please click on the Projects and Initiatives link above or top left.
Disclaimer: The Canadian Association for Prior Learning Assessment(CAPLA) and its affiliates assume no responsibility for the authenticity and reliability of the information submitted by outside sources for publication on Canada's Portfolio web site through the www.capla.ca web site. It is the sole responsibility of the user of the information to investigate the accuracy of the information, the legitimacy of the source and the claims put forth, as described in the submission.