Making the Job Connection, Monday, May 22 – Thursday May 25, 2017
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Consumers will learn effective access, management and utilization of resource information about other service organizations services that can be used to personally assist and/or maximize successful goal outcome. You will also gain knowledge on how to independently balance your work life and home life.
Gaining Preparedness Skills (GPS) training is designed to assist persons with disabilities in obtaining job readiness skills necessary to enter the workforce through enhancement of soft skills that emphasize interacting with others in the workplace, as well as balancing employment related requirements with other demands of daily life.
The workshops are designed to help participants be more marketable when looking for employment and to reinforce their ‘people’ skills in order to gain, maintain and sustain employment and increase work performance and productivity.
The focus also consists of timeliness, evidencing respect, preparedness, alertness/attentiveness and compliance with policies and procedures of the work place.
GPS Certificates of Completion will be distributed to Participants that satisfactorily complete the 8 week preparedness training. You do not have to attend every class to participate.
To find out more or to book your place, call 706-724-6262 to speak to an Information & Referral Specialist.