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Critical Workplace Skills

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A growing number of young people leave school without the knowledge or foundation required to find and hold a good job. This course emphasizes skills needed to successfully prepare young people for the work environment and shows relevance of academic classes to future career and educational goals. With a foundation based on the SCANS Skills, the course covers: the job application process, legal and safety issues, ethics, goal setting, teamwork, conflict resolution, attitude, etc. Critical Workplace Skills is the classroom instruction component a student's related work-based learning experience, i.e. student internship.

This course is a prerequisite for Internship or Work-Based Learning. Students should meet with their counselor or high school facilitator for additional information before registering for the couse.


  • Credit: CTE
  • Grade level: 10, 11, 12
  • Schools: Bonneville, Fremont, Roy, Weber
  • Course length: independent study
  • Fee: $35
  • WSD Course #: 79110
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