Employability Skills Program

Employability Skills Program

  • Credential 
    Non-Credit

The Program

This part-time program combines classroom instruction and work-site training. It offers adults with disabilities opportunities to learn new skills in the areas of:

  • employment preparation;
  • personal management skills required for workplace and independent living;
  • developing an individual vocational plan.

Students may be permitted to take individual courses or program components if space is available.

Program Outline

Employability Skills Program

Year 1 – Courses

ACCE 025 - (Skills for Life and Work I)

ACCE 022 - (Health & Wellness I)

ENGL 001 - (Reading for Life and Work I)

MATH 001 - (Math for Life and Work I)

ACCE 011 - (Job Readiness I)

ACCE 019 - (Tutorial I)

ACCE 037 - (Worksite Training I)

Employability Skills Program

Year 2 – Courses

MATH 002 - (Math for Life and Work II)

ACCE 051 - (Job Readiness II)

ACCE 052 - (Communication)

ACCE 065 - (Skills for Life & Work II)

ACCE 056 - (Job Search Skills)

ACCE 059 - (Tutorial II)

ACCE 038 - (Worksite Training II)

ACCE 039 - (Worksite Training III)

Updated 
Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Admission Requirements

  • Students must be at least 18 years of age.
  • A medical form must be submitted to indicate an applicant will not be at risk by participating in the program.
  • Assessment documentation will be required to determine the level and type of disability.
  • A basic literacy level and ability to work semi-independently are generally necessary in the majority of program course work.
  • Suitability for enrolment and course selection is determined by an intake interview.
MENU
CLOSE X