The Basic Workforce Readiness for Developmentally Disabled Adults program prepares students for job search opportunities and transition to other noncredit functional skills courses or credit certificate programs. Students gain knowledge in the job application process, employee rights, interviewing techniques, time management, importance of teamwork, workplace diversity, fundamental social skills, maintaining good workplace habits and basic workplace expectations. It is recommended but not required to have a working knowledge of basic reading, writing, and math skills.
|DSPS 2201||FINDING THE JOB THAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU||0|
|DSPS 2202||GETTING THE JOB YOU WANT||0|
|DSPS 2203||BASIC SOCIAL SKILLS: GETTING ALONG WITH OTHERS IN THE WORKPLACE||0|
|DSPS 2204||INTRODUCTION TO YOUR RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE WORKPLACE||0|
Student Learning Outcomes
- Listen actively, respectfully, and critically; correctly interpret verbal instructions.
- Identify, understand, and discuss workplace problems/situations and possible solutions.
- Locate, discuss, and evaluate print and online resources related to workplace issues.
- Analyze external and internal motivating factors of successful employees.