The fourteen modules in the eLearning Soft Skills Program use video and interactive activities to teach transferable skills for the workplace.
Life Skills Education offers online courses, printed learning materials, and assessment tools to identify and build remedial skills related to employability, life skills, and workplace success.
Core Skills Mastery (CSM) is an online, self-paced course that builds essential quantitative-reasoning and employability skills to ensure that older youth and adults have the skills and confidence needed for any career.
The Department of Labor (DOL) Entrepreneurship Competency Model is a framework focused on fostering entrepreneurship skills, such as personal effectiveness, academics, and workplace skills, in young adults.
The Essential Skills Framework defines skills and skill attainment indicators for four learning and age levels.
Core Score® offers five brief sector-specific online assessments, allowing test-takers to see in which areas they are strong, and which skills they need to develop, relative to a specific sector.
The Common Employability Skills for the Energy Industry is a framework of the personal and workplace skills needed for successful employment in the energy industry.
220Leadership offers blended learning courses and learner-facing online courses to help users develop a growth mindset and build career, leadership, and entrepreneurial skills.
The Common Employability Skills Framework identifies a core set of fundamental skills using a common vocabulary that potential employees need in the workplace.
The Employability Skills Resource Toolkit’s eight modules help instructors explicitly teach employability skills in postsecondary settings.
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