BC PLAN’s membership comprises experienced practitioners in both the public and private sectors who have developed and are applying leading-edge prior learning assessment and recognition practices.
Partner with industry associations, professional associations, unions and businesses in order to meet their PLAR needs.
Bring a compelling case to bear to encourage the public sector to recognize the importance of PLAR and prioritize the inclusion of PLAR practices and processes in relevant department strategies.
Position BC PLAN as a central hub for post-secondary educational institutions, industry training organizations, professional associations, regulatory bodies, unions, and employment service providers to access resources and tools to implement and integrate PLAR into their labour market strategies.
Develop an effective model of governance to maximize the potential for BC PLAN to succeed fully in its enterprise mission.
Develop and implement a viable financial sustainability plan/infrastructure to support the advancement of BC PLAN’s goals and objectives.