Thursday, June 21, 2012
Santa Cruz Library
1000 North Main Street in Eloy
By 2018, 15.3 million new jobs are expected to be added to the U.S. workforce.
Occupations requiring at least some postsecondary education are expected to experience the highest growth rates. That means employers will need to hire trainable candidates who already possess strong foundational job skills.
That’s why Steck-Vaughn has partnered with renowned educational organizations and learning technology firms to help individuals succeed in the workplace and to help communities better prepare their current and emergent workforce.
The Work Readiness Credential (WRC) is the first nationally recognized, portable certification of entry-level work readiness.
The WRC is ideal for individuals entering the workforce for the first time, returning to the workforce, or transitioning from one industry to another.
Internet-based, the WRC can be securely delivered in a wide range of settings, including businesses, adult learning centers, workforce training centers, high schools, and more.
The Work Readiness Credential (WRC) includes four areas of measurement in modules that evaluate workplace reading, workplace math, situational judgment, and active listening.
Steck-Vaughn’s work and career readiness programs are designed to help teach the relevant, real-world job skills necessary for success in today’s competitive marketplace.
The GED® test is changing to help more adults become career and college ready. We’re setting our sights on the 39 million adults without a high school diploma.
Our goals are simple: Open up doors to better paying jobs, new careers, college classrooms, and a brighter future.
Together, we’ll change lives!
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Join us on Thursday, June 21
at 3:00 pm in the Santa Cruz Library in Eloy for Meeting the Needs of 21st Century Employers
Together we can have a job ready workforce!
or call Tara