How does your organization determine a participant’s suitability for education/training and employment opportunities that ultimately lead to self-supporting wages?
Career Foundations is a short, well-sequenced curriculum that helps adults with literacy needs: assess their skills and interests, explore available career pathways at City Colleges of Chicago, choose a focus area or sector, and craft a plan and timeline to college—even if college isn’t their immediate next step.
This eight-hour train-the-trainer workshop is spread across two-days, jointly created by Women Employed and City Colleges of Chicago, and shows prospective Career Foundations instructors how to facilitate the course modules and help your job seekers plan for a sustainable, long-term career!
After attending this training, you will be able to:
- Utilize the Career Foundations curriculum including the daily lesson plans and accompanying materials
- Help students assess their skills and interests
- Match them with appropriate occupational programs and support services
- Reinforce the concept of stackable credentials
$120 members / $170 non-members
*To access the member price, you must log in to your CJC account when registering.
April 24 & May 1, 2020
Must attend both days.
Breakfast included both days.
Chicago Jobs Council Offices
29 E. Madison, Suite 1700
Chicago, IL 60602