KeyTrain® lessons are designed with a user-friendly appearance that is comfortable for persons with or without previous computer experience. Created specifically for the WorkKeys® assessments of workplace skills, KeyTrain® will assist persons to renew and expand the skills they may have learned earlier but have not put to use recently. The KeyTrain® system helps users learn to utilize and review these skills in the types of practical situations they may see in typical jobs. KeyTrain's® approach combines text, graphics, animation and audio to engage learners in a number of different styles. Each topic includes a review of the skill, opportunities to practice the skill, and exercises that apply the skill in real-world applications. There are pre and post tests to properly place clients in the appropriate lessons.
WorkKeys® is a job skills assessment system measuring "real world" skills that employers believe are critical to job success. These skills are valuable for any occupation – skilled or professional – and at any level of education. The abilities to learn, listen, communicate, work in teams, and solve problems are important assets for any worker, regardless of career choice. WorkKeys® assessments measure these abilities:
ACT's National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) ensures that an individual has certain foundational skills that are important across a range of jobs. The NCRC offers individuals, employers, and educators an easily understood, conveniently attained, and universally valued credential that will contribute to the nation's workforce and economic development objectives. Recipients are awarded certificates of Gold, Silver or Bronze levels depending on their skill levels in Applied Mathematics, Reading for Information, and Locating Information. With multiple skill levels, individuals can receive training and advance in a selected career path. The certificate is a portable credential, allowing employees to use it anywhere in the nation. The certificate can complement diplomas, degrees, and resumes, and gives job seekers an advantage in the interview process.
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Randolph County JobLink Street Address629 Industrial Park Avenue Asheboro, NC 27203
Phone (336) 633-0304Fax (336) 626-4599
Hours of Operation:Mon, Wed, Thur 9am - 5pmTuesday 9am - 8pmFriday 9am - 3pm
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