The Employability Skills Framework details skills essential to all workforce and educational sectors, and the skills checklist demonstrates ideas for integrating these skills into instruction.
Employees in the Harvard Bridge Program developed personal accountability skills through lessons that incorporated the Employability Skills Framework, alongside some activities from Skillbase, Linkedin and Rumi.
The Employability Skills Framework was developed through the Support for States Employability Standards in Career and Technical Education and Adult Education project, a part of the Office of Career and Technical Education (OCTE) at the U.S. Department of Education. Those who contributed to the development of the framework include: Individuals from OCTE; adult education, workforce-development and business organization staff; and representatives from twelve federal agencies.
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Navigating & Using Information
Teamwork & Collaboration