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HD 185 Managing Career Change • V1-7 Cr.

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  • Student Services

Description:

Assists workforce training students in making career transitions. Module topics are career exploration, job search, education/training orientation, and study skills. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

Outcomes:

After completing this class, students should be able to:

  • Evaluate their skills, interests and personal characteristics to determine a career direction
  • Compare their own needs, desires and life circumstances against the realities of the job market.
  • Access information on career fields, occupations organizations.
  • Understand the issues involved in making a sound career choice/job decision, including knowledge of the job environment as well as specific tasks involved.
  • Create a plan for the career search or training process.
  • Tap into hidden job market through networking and company research.
  • Create a focused, effective resume that will highlight skills and accomplishments to attract the attention of employers.
  • Utilize self-knowledge and research to prepare for job interviews in order to present themselves effectively in the interview process
  • Recognize and deal with the frustrations of job interviews in order to present themselves effectively in the interview process.
  • Recognize and deal with the frustration of the job search process in order to maintain motivation and self-confidence.
  • Create a specific and effective individualized job search plan.
  • Be placed into the appropriate level of English and Math classes for the training program of their choice.
  • Understand the occupational degree and certificate programs and choose a program of study that they wish to pursue.
  • Understand the enrollment process for the community and technical college system.
  • Identify their primary learning style and develop study techniques to enhance that style.
  • Prepare for and take tests effectively.
  • Read a text book with improved retention and comprehension.
  • Take effective notes in lectures and from reading materials.
  • Manage personal resources such as time and money more efficiently.
  • Access campus and community resources to maximize learning.
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