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Employability Skills Curriculum

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Author: ASPECT, Jo Acampora
Format: Binder
Date: 2000
Number: ASP-6452-6


Employability skills are essential to successful employment. This curriculum teaches personal management skills such as positive attitudes and behaviours. Lesson plans and practical exercises address issues of responsibility, adaptability and teamwork.

Based on the Employability Skills 2000+ Profile developed by The Conference Board of Canada, users frequently comment that they have never found a curriculum so fundamentally important to achieving employment.

This curriculum provides basic, universal employment and personal management skills. Employers and HR departments constantly cite these as minimum and mandatory requirements for successful candidates.

In this 263 page manual you will find 18 modules about subjects including:

  • Self Awareness
  • Self Esteem
  • Communication
  • Goal Setting
  • Problem-Solving
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Feedback and Criticism
  • Time Management
  • Learning Styles
  • Assertiveness

This curriculum is being used with a multitude of client groups including persons with disabilities, youth at risk, high school students, new immigrants and older workers. Agencies working with aboriginal and immigrant clients are very pleased with the style of the lesson plans.

Consistent positive feedback from facilitators, teachers and community-based trainers includes comments about the "ease of use"; "the adaptability to different client groups"; and "its overall sense of respect for clients in its design and delivery instructions.



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