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WorkPlace Inc. seeking training providers

WorkPlace seeking training providers.  Excerpt follows.  Use this link to access full document. http://www.workplace.org/news.php

 

Core/soft employability skill areas to be provided include:

 

  • Work Readiness –Attitude and expectations
  • Interviewing and resume development
  • Job search techniques
  • Interpersonal communications
  • Problem Solving
  • Planning and Organizing
  • Customer service
  • Teamwork

 

The Green Jobs Funnel Initiative fund seeks training for the above to be placed in

the context of the green construction industry and may include, but not be limited

to, such work settings as construction & Laborer’s sites, hazardous waste removal

facilities, deconstruction sites, Energy auditing at residential facilities.

 

Joyce Barcley

The WorkPlace

203-610-8520

jbarcley@workplace.org

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