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Welcome to webCampus. Explore our vast library of online courses covering a wide array of topics including digital skills, mental health, food safety and much, much, more. webCampus courses are available for FREE to UFCW Canada members and their families. Many of the courses connect workers with the skills required to grow professionally within UFCW Canada’s core sectors and beyond. Our courses are designed for you to learn at your own pace, anytime, anywhere, and on any device connected to the internet.
Light is necessary for vision, and sight is one of the ways we receive information about our environment. The ability to work safely on most tasks depends on the quantity and quality of light that illuminates our work and our workplace. Explore how poor lighting and excessive lighting, the weather, alertness, time of day, limited lighting, length of time, and other types of light all affect our work.
It’s so important to make sure you take good care of your body, mind, and soul every day, not just when you get sick. This OTG covers the important pillars of self-care and gives some tips on how to help you help yourself.
Work, Life and the Next Ten Years
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated and intensified pre-existing trends such as automation and digitization while forcing society to rethink many of our assumptions, from the way we work and learn to our socioeconomic structures and systems. COVID-19 has also given rise to new trends, including a newfound appreciation of nature and avoidance of crowds and public spaces. While some changes may be temporary, or relatively weak signals of potentially lasting change, they could have longer term implications for the labour market.
It is critical that we understand the breadth of potential changes ahead, to better prepare workers for the future. By using the data from Brookfield’s Yesterday’s Gone report, we are going to examine eight megatrends and their likely impact on Canadian workers by 2030.
To ensure your webCampus experience is successful, we strongly encourage you to limit your course enrollment to two or three courses at a time. Once you complete a course, simply enroll in another.
Don’t hesitate to contact our webCampus team:
Phone: 416-675-1104 or 1-866-865-0202 (Toll free)