CATS LEARNING CENTER
A subsidiary of CAT (LAW) Inc. A Non-Profit Public Benefit Charitable 501© (3) Corporation
CAREER DAY & FUNDRAISER CONCERT
Featured program “ Succeeding in the work place”
Work Ethic Training, To Gain Employable Skills
Young teens and adults just getting started in the employment arena often lack basic employable skills needed to acquire and maintain gainful employment in today's society. Research reviled 85% of employees who lose a job, do so because they lack good work habits, rather than lacking appropriate skills. Factors most often cited for job loss include tardiness, absenteeism, failure to follow instruction and inability to get along with supervisors or fellow workers.
Integrity and ethics are a part of good work habits. Skills together with good work habits create demand in any occupation or employment. Technical skills are important, however today's employers look for reliable employees with the ability to communicate effectively, work on a team, resolve conflicts, confront ethical dilemmas and manage their time in an effective manner. These are employable skills.
Parents and teachers who demonstrated good foundational skills for character have mentored many young adults and high school students by example. Students who learn the importance of being reliable early on usually practice employable skills as principle work ethic for school work and bring that same standard to the employment arena.
Our Response To The Need
CATS Learning Center developed a “CAREER DAY” Program designed to connect employment seekers with employers. CATS Learning Center educators with assistance from local employers designed our program to educate the student about protocol in the work place, acquiring employment and successfully staying employed in that work place. This workshop is beneficial for first time students and/or those honing skills to reenter the workplace for fresh start new beginning. Our program offers workshop seminars for “Succeeding in the work place.” Career Day curriculum offers a one day event seminar “Succeeding in the work place” starting at 10: AM until 12:00pm repeated at 1:30pm until 3:30pm and repeated 4:pm until 6:pm. This event will place Sponsors, employment seekers, job posting, and human resource representatives, employers, and vital information seminars together for a day of career planning with entertainment and a live music concert to close the day.
CATS Learning Centers also offer and presents the “Success in the work place” program in a six week classroom setting with computer training.
The succeeding in the work place program offers a six week classroom curriculum present by Cats Learning Centers, on designated University Of Phoenix campus. This program educates good employees to become even better employees, offering technical computer training. In this program student receive information to illuminate a pathway for direction for what to do and what not to do from the employers view for success. Students also receive information about employers rating system for rating employee's performance level satisfactory to failing. This program also offers management training.
University of Phoenix is a trade name and registered trademark of the Apollo Group, Inc. Its use herein by CATS (LAW) Inc . , to identify the event location and is not intended to imply affiliation with, sponsorship or endorsement of the event by University of Phoenix or Apollo Group, Inc.
Aaron Smith, Principal - CATS Learning Centers
Focus outline topics covered in this program are the following: