Trainings For Youth Ages 14-22
Career Exploration (6 Hours)
To help students begin career planning, by exploring interests, personal values and goal setting. The four stages of career planning is described and outlined how the four years of college fit into the stages of career planning.
Job Search (20 Hours)
To help the customer learn and demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to prepare for job searches to obtain employment in entry-level positions by using helpful tools to explore career options, gathering personal data, references, resumes, job applications, written correspondence, interview training, pre-employment testing, job searching, and preparing for the first day of work.
Self-Advocacy (6 Hours)
To help students learn how to speak up for themselves in order to become more independent and involved in life decisions.
Work Readiness (6 Hours)
To help students prepare personally for work. The training includes personal presentations, work communications, working with others, attitudes, work ethics, and discovering transferrable skills.
Trainings For Adults and Youth
Disability Disclosure (20 Hours)
To help participants make informed decisions about disclosing their disability, decisions that will affect their educational, employment and social lives.
Entering the World of Work (10 Hours)
To help participants learn and demonstrate knowledge and skills related to workplace expectations, rules and laws. The training will cover health and safety in the work setting, work rules and expectations, and employer benefits, payroll and paycheck basics.
Exploring the “YOU” in Work (10 Hours)
To help participants learn and understand their own work personalities, interest, values and transferable skills and how they affect their employment.
Money Smart (30 Hours)
Skills for youths and adults in regards to financial education to enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships. The training covers: banking basics, credit cards, checking, tracking your money, building credit, why credit is important, keeping your personal information safe, paying for college and cars, paying bills, renting, buying, budgets, and goal setting.
Skills to Pay the Bills (20 Hours)
Skills for youths and adults in regards to communication, enthusiasm and attitude, teamwork, networking, problem-solving and critical thinking, and professionalism. These six soft skills are essential for youths and adults when they are entering the workforce.
Soft Skills for Work Success (13 Hours)
To help participants learn and demonstrate the soft skills needed to be successful at work. The training includes effective communications in the work place, problem-solving, developing good work habits, and developing a strong work ethic.