Overview - JOB SURVIVAL - WORKPLC ATTITUDES & BEHAVS WIN CD
Job Survival CD Series
Hidden Titles & ISBNs:
Literacy Skills on the Job (1-58896-503-1), Workplace Attitudes & Behaviors (1-58896-499-X), Employer Expectations (1-58896-504-X), Job Attendance (1-58896-500-7), Following Directions (1-58896-502-3), Appearance on the Job (1-58896-498-1)
Compatible with Windows 95 or higher. Minimum Requirements: Pentium 90, 24 MB RAM, 640x480/16-bit color computer system, 4X CD-ROM, Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher (setup provided on CD)
Students gain valuable job survival skills with these six software programs. Each
CD provides real world experiences and advice to help learners succeed in the
work place. Competency based instruction includes lesson introductions and tutorials.
Teachers assess student progress with pre- and post-testing and self-discovery
activities. Clear multiple-choice questions and appealing graphics introduce concepts
in a student-friendly environment. The technically interactive program includes
disk management, help and an Internet site for additional resources.
CD highlights include Internet Links, Disk Management capabilities, Printouts,
Tutorials, Graphics, Self-Discovery Interactive Questions, Pre- and Post-Tests,
and Learning in Action Activities.
Appearance on the Job teaches users the importance of first impressions
and they learn how appearance reflect one's pride and self-confidence, and can
"make" or "break" your chances for success
Workplace Attitudes and Behaviors explores appropriate attitudes and
behaviors needed to keep your job and succeed in the workplace. Topics covered
include constructive criticism, willingness to learn and improve, workplace
honesty and ethics, and being dependable, cheerful, friendly and a team players.
Examples highlight positive and negative attitudes.
Following Directions highlights the importance of following directions
at school and at work. Users learn how to follow directions in order, carefully
and completely. Examples shown highlight employers' expectations and the consequences
for not following directions.
Job Attendance stresses the importance of regular attendance at work.
The program highlights the effects of poor attendance including low productivity
and morale for all team employees. Other key concepts introduced include following
company policies and gaining your employer's trust.
Literacy Skills on the Job covers writing letters and memos, taking
phone messages and operating office equipment. The software introduces basic
office procedures and the importance of accurate and clear information.
Employer Expectations addresses the importance of being on time and
cooperating with workplace policies. Other concepts taught include being dependable
and getting your work done in a timely manner.
Each software program comes with installation instructions.