Workplace Foundations-Entry Level (previously Business Essentials – Entry Level) is employee compliance training for young adult/youth programs and entry level employees. Training includes the topics of Diversity, Ethics and Preventing Sexual Harassment as well as Extreme Customer Service.
Dynamic Possibilities – Veterans is a suite of eLearning courseware designed to assist career seekers who are Veterans to navigate through the world of non-military work. The program consists of 9 interactive elesson topics that are designed specifically with this user in mind.
Acceptance: Transitioning into the civilian workforce after serving in the military can be challenging for a multitutde of reasons. One thing that many service members report when discussing challenges is a noticeable difference in the work ethic of thos they work with. Learn how to foster acceptance among your new civilian team.
Financial Literacy Part 1: An interactive game the looks at budgets and the transition from military pay, that often includes allowances for food, housing, and separation to civilian pay that does not.
Financial Literacy Part 2: A deeper dive into budgeting as a way to save money and prevent overspending. It can be almost impossible to crate long term savings goals, like saving up for a house or for retirement without budgeting practices. This module will walk through some tips for success.
Goal Setting: During your military career, you were most likely exposed to objective and mission planning. Setting personal goals is very similar to setting mission objectives but may not be a skill that was very specifically taught to you. Goals take work and planning, this module will help you get started on your personal goals.
Hidden Rules: Just like every squad or platoon might have different “rules” that members are a ware of and every captain, lieutenant or colonel leads slightly differently, the civilian workforce is much the same. Lear more about some of the hidden rules you will encounter in the civilian workplace.
How Veterans Find a Mentor: Discover the many benefits to having a mentor as you become fully immersed in the civilian world. You have resources available to you through your local VA resource center in person or online that will match you with a mentor. Being able to talk with someone who has a similar background and has gone through the same transition can be incredibly beneficial.
Problem Solving: Improving problem solving skills has been shown to build resilience and improve adjustments in Veterans. This course will focus on the S.S.T.A. Problem Solving Method.
Self-Disclosure: Disclosing your military service and/or any effects your service may have on your job performance to an employer or potential employer can be nerve racking. Listen to three service members talk about their individual experiences with disclosure to employers and co-workers
Workforce Programs: The Department of Labor has a variety of programs available to you that will assist with training, career development and many other employment related topics. Learn more about some of the workforce programs and services ready to support you
To enhance the learning experience, Dynamic Works provides Activity Guides for each course. These guides allow a instructor/facilitator to expand on the lesson through a blended learning approach. A manual of guides is provided with instructions for implementation. Student/customer worksheets are also provided.
Dynamic Possibilities – Re-Entry is a suite of eLearning courseware designed to assist career seekers who are Ex-Offenders to navigate through the world of work. The program consists of 9 interactive elesson topics that are designed specifically with this user in mind.
Disclosure Rights: Discussing how and when to disclose your history to an employer. Offering multiple options and strategies on appropriate disclosure to your future employers.
Re-Entry Resources: Review of available resources dedicated to supporting job search for customers with a background. Including Bonds for Jobs, Help for Felons, Re-Entering Your Community and others.
Building a Reputation for a Recommendation: Support in understanding the fundamentals of how your reputation can impact your ability to get a job. Learn the skills to change your reputation and behavioral skills to improve your reputation.
Basic Computer Knowledge: Learning the basic parts of computers, such as the keyboard and the mouse and the introduction to how to utilize a computer with applications, how to save work, how to shut down and others skills needed to successfully start using computers for job search.
Basic Computer Knowledge 2: Building on the information learned in the Basic Computer Knowledge course, this course looks at how to appropriately us the internet, browsers and email etiquette.
Employment Fit: Finding a job can be challenging and often leads to missing the importance of finding a job that is a good fit for you. Finding a job that fits for you increases your changes of being satisfied at work and building a career. This course examines what a good fit is and how to match your skill sets and strengths with the right job.
Being your Best Advocate : How to transition from incarceration, where your lifestyle is decided for you, to being releases and making decisions that will help get a job and keep it as you adjust to your new lifestyle. Learning about how you self-identify, how you put your best foot forward to achieve success.
Job Search Strategies: Understanding the obstacles you may face as a person with a background and how to use your background to your advantage by presenting yourself as employable.
Re-Entry Support System: Understanding the importance of a support system with people that are willing to help you succeed
To enhance the learning experience, Dynamic Works provides Activity Guides for each course. These guides allow an instructor/facilitator to expand on the lesson through a blended learning approach. A manual of guides is provided with instructions for implementation. Student/customer worksheets are also provided.
Get Prep’D ® Work Readiness training for Career Seekers provides courses in Dependability, Effective Problem Solving, Taking Initiative, Communication, and Remaining Focused on the Job. Skills that every career seeker needs and employers value.