The WorkReady Certificate. Building a Better Workforce A Training Endorsed by Business & Employers Literacy Basic Computer Skills “Soft Skills” Retention Central/Western Maine Workforce Investment Board. The WorkReady Certificate .
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Building a Better Workforce
A Training Endorsed by Business & Employers
Central/Western Maine Workforce Investment Board
Finally . . . What you keep telling us employers want most:
What Is It?
A portable credential to tell employers that an individual has the “soft skills” necessary for success in the workplace
Sets the stage for and complements basic industry-specific training and certifications
Who Qualifies for the WorkReady Program ?
How is the WorkReady Training Set Up?
It is based on a 60-hour curriculum . . .
What are the “Seven Standards”?
The WorkReady Training assures that trainees:
Identify Personal Motivations & Challenges
Develop a Plan for Employment
Develop a Communications Plan
Working with Other People
Know How to Apply for a Job
Standards VI and VII
Knowledge of Basic Business Practices
Application of Safety Information
TD Bank North
Maine Machine Products
Skowhegan Savings Bank
Care & Comfort
Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce
Lewiston School Dept.
Custodial & Dining Services
Minot Avenue Rooper’s
Golden Pond Wealth Mgmt.
Skowhegan Chamber of Commerce
Associated Constructors of Maine (ACM)
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What you can do to help build WorkReady for a stronger Workforce
For More Information . . .
Bryant Hoffman or
Central/Western Workforce Investment Board