SkillsUSA Career Essentials: Adult Learner Experiences curriculum builds skills through workplace-based authentic experiences and applications.
The Foundation Skills Framework provides support for integrating workforce readiness skills into existing adult education programs.
The Executive Skills Implementation Toolkit is a guide to applying executive skills in workforce development programs and social enterprises. It illustrates the Executive Skills approach developed by New Moms and shares tools and case studies to help others apply the approach.
Pairin’s suite of tools measures and develops essential personal and workplace skills through instructional curricula and career-development platforms that can be used by learners, instructors, and employers.
Copilot-Ascend surveys learners on the student experience, and then provides results and recommendations to instructors on how they can implement practices that foster equity and persistence for all.
This Employment Readiness Scale (ERS) measures specific employment readiness factors and soft skills.
The fourteen modules in the eLearning Soft Skills Program use video and interactive activities to teach transferable skills for the workplace.
The VALUE Rubrics use students’ completed course assignments to determine readiness in relation to essential learning outcomes that all college graduates should achieve.
The EmployABILITY process uses results of a self-assessment profile to tailor individualized activities or integrate activities into a college or other classroom setting.
The Transitions Integration Framework and lesson plans focus on essential college and career transition skills for adult learners at beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels.
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