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Presented by Danielle McNeil. Under Construction: Developing Employability Plans that Work!. Objectives. D.E.C.I.D.E. Define terms relative to the employability development process. Review the EDP template. Questions and Answers. Employability Development Plan.
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Define terms relative to the employability development process
Review the EDP template
Questions and Answers
Provide a formal/standardized assessment:
Proficiency with the
Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint)
Lack of References
Services that may be needed:
Referral to WIA
Referral to Supportive Services
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The following slides will provide a few customer scenarios and examples of how an EDP should be constructed.
Emily Bryer is a single mother of one. She was recently dislocated from her job as a Customer Service Representative. Emily moved in with a friend, but has been given a time limit of four months to find housing. Emily has limited savings and needs to find work immediately. Her previous job provided child care at a minimal cost. She was attending the local community college, but had to stop for a short while due to other obligations.
Six years of customer service experience
Proficient use of QuickBooks, Microsoft Office
Suite; Public Speaking
Consumer Credit Counseling
Ultimate - Bachelors degree in Accounting
Teller or Bookkeeper
Short-term – Complete A.A.
Customer Service Representative,
Interview at Bank of America, 212 SW Georgia Street, Wednesday November30 at 9:30a.m. with Chuck Wolfe
Consumer Credit Counseling appointment Monday December 15 at 10a.m. with Donna Blake
Bring completed budget sheet and a copy of your most recent bank statements and bills to
the financial management workshop on December 28 at 1:30p.m.
Complete FAFSA application at www.fafsa.ed.gov on January 2, 2012
Calvin Waiters has not completed his high school education. He has not been employed for more than three months at a time and has only worked lower end jobs. Calvin states that he has a savings that allows him to live comfortably, but would like to work so that he does not have to spend all of his savings. Calvin works well with others and is a fantastic builder by trade. He is interested in getting his GED and ultimately owning a construction company.
Manual labor; builds and assembles well
Interpersonal skills, works well with others
Complete GED classes and obtain a diploma
Construction Project Manager
Register at Pine Trail Community College and
obtain an Associates degree
Entry-level construction worker
NOTE: Call Teresa at 941-747-5698 to schedule follow-up appointments
every two weeks beginning on October 29, 2011
Appointment with the Adult Education Recruiter on October 23 at 9:00a.m. to discuss self-paced classes or register for on-site GED classes
Visit www.volunteermanatee.org by November 10, 2011 to find one volunteer activity to participate in to build references and skills; Register for the activity by November 15, 2011
Take the GED test by November 30, 2011;
Scheduled to attend a Soft skills workshop on December 5, 2011 at 2:30pm