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					____(Your County)____ Adult Education and You
MOVING AHEAD WITH ADULT ED!

Mission Statement:
To strengthen the economic development of _(your)_ County and serve the needs of business and industry in preparing students for the workplace, maintaining a well trained work force, and offering all workers continuing educational opportunities for lifelong learning.

We want to work with you!
Adult education is not just “night school” anymore. Our services have expanded to teach basic skills to all areas of community needs.

Let us work with you to:
 Identify

Training Needs for Human Resource Development  Profile Job Tasks and Skills  Design Company-specific Training Materials  Schedule and Deliver Training  Evaluate Program Results

Our Staff:

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Instructors:

_________ Adult Education
still offers courses to assist your employees who want to complete their high school diploma requirements or the General Equivalency Diploma requirements,

AND……

Scope of Services
 Workplace Training

Programs  Basic Education Courses (reading, writing, math)  Computer Courses  Basic Skills for Auxiliary Teachers Training  Pre-employment Courses  MCP (Manufacturing Certification Program)

Scope of Services (continued):
 Interpersonal Skills

Training  Basic Skills for Childcare Provider Courses  Pre-employment Courses  Team Building Courses  Food Service Assistants Training  Basic Skills for Nursing Assistants Training

Scope of Services (con’t.)
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services here)

Training for your employees!
We can send our instructors to your business or industry to train your employees on any topic you need taught. We are assisted by the S.C. Workplace Resource Center which develops the specialized curriculum you request, or their curriculum developers can customize existing curricula to meet your needs.

WRC Curriculum Available:
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BASIC MATH SKILLS
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Converting Units of Measurements Decimals Fractions Math Diagnostic Math and Problem Solving Measuring with an English Ruler Number Recognition Operations with Fractions Operations with Whole Numbers Percents Rounding and Estimating Using Measuring Devices Word Problems

BASIC READING SKILLS
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Critical Reading Reading For Information Reading on the Job Reading to Check Information Reading to Follow Directions

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BASIC MECHANICAL SKILLS
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COMPUTER
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Basic Hand and Power Tools Blueprints and Drawings Fluid Mechanics Hydraulics Mechanical Reasoning Technical Vocabulary Troubleshooting Using Measuring Devices

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Access Computer Basics Excel ’97 Internet Outlook Using a Mouse and Keypad Windows 98 Part I Windows 98 Part II WORD ’97

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LIFE SKILLS
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Banks and Credit Unions Identifying & Practicing Good Work Habits Managing Your Money/Personal Budgets Managing Your Money/Making Wise Decisions Personal Health & Hygiene Problem Solving Quality of Life Stress Management Stress Management/Problem Solving Understanding Company Record-Keeping

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INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
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Anger Management Behavioral Based Interviewing Change and the Workplace Communicating in a Cooperative Workplace Communication Communication Link Communication Networks Conflict Resolution Delegation Developing a Positive Work Attitude Diversity Effective Listening Feedback Fish Philosophy Getting Along with Others

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Getting Started as a Group Goals and High Performance Interpersonal Relationships Leadership & Team Player Style Listening and Note-Taking Managing People Motivation Non-Verbal Communication Personality Traits Sexual Harassment Telephone Courtesy Time Management Treating Customers as Guests Trust Me Workplace Violence Prevention for Supervisors Workplace Violence Prevention for Employees

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TEAM BUILDING
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Building Individual & Team Morale Communicating in a Cooperative Workplace Conducting a Team Meeting Diversity Effective Listening Getting Started as a Group Getting Along With Others Leadership and Team Player Style

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Mentoring as a Training Method Moving from Groups to Teams Team Building Team Characteristics For High Performance Team Player Style Inventory Team Problem Solving Team Roles Team Work Trust Me Using Leadership Skills to Facilitate Teams

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QUALITY
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Quality Awareness 5 S’s SPC (Statistical Process Control)

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Basic Skills for Auxiliary Teachers
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Authority Figure Bloodborne Pathogens Classroom Observation Communication Delivery of Lesson Effective Listening Emergency Procedures Employability Handouts

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Instructional Activities Introduction Introduction to Computers Learning Styles Non-Verbal Communication Testing for Substitutes

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WRITING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
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Capitalization Commas, Apostrophes, Quotation Marks Effective Communication Interviewing & Investigating Listening & Note-Taking Observation Skills Paragraph Development

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Records and Files Sentence Construction Spelling Subject, Verb, & Pronoun Agreement The Main Idea Using Parallel Construction

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SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE CURRICULUM
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Customer Service Communicating in a Cooperative Workplace Handling Difficult Situations Math Skills Measurement Money & the Cashier Observation Skills

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Problem Solving Reading Skills Record-Keeping for the Cashier Time Management

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OFFICE PERSONNEL TRAINING
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Change and the Workplace Communication Computer Basics Conflict Resolution Good Work Habits Grammar 101 Listening and Note Taking

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Problem Solving Proofreading Team Building Telephone Courtesy Time Management Treating Customers as Guests Writing a Business Letter

(List your curricula here)

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HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
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Housekeeping ESOL

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BASIC SKILLS RELATED TO SAFETY

Technical Vocabulary for Safe Job Performance  Communicating Safety  Understanding and Following Company Policies & Procedures with an Introduction to OSHA Safety Standards  Observation Skills on the Job - Safe Working and Walking Surfaces: Avoiding Slips, Trips and Falls; Safe Behavior  Making Decisions in the Use of Personal Protective Equipment  Reading to Locate Information For Safe Job Performance  Setting Goals: Writing a Safety Goal  Your Attitude and Work: Proactive Safety

 Applying

You can send your employees to us for:
(include courses you offer at your location)

Our location:
(street name) (city) Phone: FAX: E-mail:

We want to work with you to determine and provide your employee training needs! Adult Education is the most effective and economical training available within our community, taught by certified instructors using customized curricula addressing your training needs and meeting our common, local educational goals! The higher the level of education in our community, the stronger the economy!

Our goals are the same as yours……. Let us help you! Call us at _______.


				
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