Presenter: Kelly Folsom

Employers often cite “soft skills” (job readiness) as the most important barrier to employment at any level. Job readiness courses empower low-income, lower-skilled populations to take control of their lives by helping them to better understand employer expectations, teaching time, conflict and stress management, and developing higher self-esteem among students. This workshop includes practice activities and use tools that can help students develop job readiness skills in any Adult Basic Education or English as a Second Language classroom.

First Literacy Workshop Slides Unlocking Job Readiness Skills In Adult Basic Education or ESOL Classroom
Job Readiness Worksheets and Resources

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