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Areas of Study | | ABED117 syllabus




COURSE NUMBER: ABED117
COURSE TITLE:Job Search Techniques
DIVISION:Adult Education
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COURSE DESCRIPTION:
A valuable resource reviewing practical information necessary for the completion of effective resumes, applications, and job search strategy. Materials covered assists the students to develop job seeking skills necessary to compete in todays job market
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STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:
A. Assist students develop effective resumes
B. Develop skills necessary to adequately complete application forms
C. Assist students develop job search strategies

TOPICAL OUTLINE:
A. Resumes
1. Definition and use of resume
2. Active verbiage to be used
3. Form and style
4. Preparation of a resume
B. Applications
1. Types of applications
2. How to obtain applications
3. Types of questions encountered
4. Documentation that my be requested
5. Completion of an application
C. Job Search Strategies
1. Word of mouth
2. Want-ads
3. Employment agencies
4. Placement offices

TEXTBOOK / SPECIAL MATERIALS:
The Job you Want - How to get It, Southwestern Publishing
Getting A Job, Educational Design, Inc.
How to Get a Job and Keep It, Steck-Vaughn
Teacher-generated materials

EVALUATION:
Students will receive an "S" for satisfactory progress or an "I" for incomplete based upon class attendance, participation and mastery of assigned tasks.

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