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1 Occupational Foundations Series Content and Description AZTEC SOFTWARE

2 Occupational Foundations Series Content and Description Occupation Occupation-Specific Lessons Curriculum Administrative Assistants 1 8 Agriculture 1 8 Automotive Mechanics 1 9 Basic Construction 2 9 Carpentry 2 9 Child Care and Education 3 10 Computer Science 3 10 Customer Service Representatives 3 10 Electricians 4 11 Food Services 4 11 Health Occupations 4 11 Hospitality 4 12 HVAC 5 12 Maintenance and Repair 5 12 Manufacturing 5 13 Marketing 6 13 Pharmacy Technicians 6 13 Plumbing 6 14 Retail Sales 6 14 Security 7 14 Transportation 7 15 Welding and Cutting 7 15

3 Occupational Foundations Series Content and Description O C C U P A T I O N - S P E C I F I C INTRODUCTIONS Intro to Construction Occupations Intro to Health Occupations Intro to Sales Occupations Intro to Service Occupations Intro to Office Occupations ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS Job Outlook for Administrative Assistants Math Problems for Administrative Assistants L E S S O N S LESSON DESCRIPTIONS Introductory lesson to construction occupations. Introductory lesson to health occupations. Introductory lesson to sales occupations. Introductory lesson to service occupations. Introductory lesson to office occupations. This module offers a brief description of the responsibilities, necessary skills, required education, and working conditions for administrative assistants. It describes the forecasted job outlook and the current median income for similar positions. This module contains math word problems with vocabulary and situations relating to administrative assistant positions. AGRICULTURE Agricultural Vocabulary (Glossary) Outlook for Agricultural Jobs Reading for Agriculture Math Problems for Agriculture This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for agriculture. This module offers a brief description of the responsibilities, necessary skills, required education, and working conditions for agricultural occupations. It describes the forecasted job outlook and the current median income for similar positions. This is a reading comprehension module that uses vocabulary and situations relevant to occupations in agriculture. situations relating to agriculture. AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS Auto Mechanic Vocabulary (Glossary) Job Outlook for Auto Mechanics Clues to Understanding Auto Mechanic Manuals Car Maintenance Math Problems for Automotive Mechanics This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for auto mechanics. This module offers a brief description of the responsibilities, necessary skills, required education, and working conditions for jobs in auto mechanics. It describes the forecasted job outlook and the current median income for similar positions. This is a reading comprehension module that uses vocabulary and situations relevant to occupations in auto mechanics to increase reading comprehension skills. This is a lesson on how to change the oil and oil filter in a car engine. situations relating to auto mechanics. 1

4 O C C U P A T I O N - S P E C I F I C L E S S O N S BASIC CONSTRUCTION Construction Vocabulary (Glossary) Vocabulary for Blueprints Vocabulary for Construction Tools Construction Vocabulary Math Vocabulary for Construction Safety Job Outlook for Construction Basic Construction Tools Application of Basic Construction Drywall Installation Math Problems for Basic Construction CARPENTRY Occupational Foundations Series Content and Description LESSON DESCRIPTIONS This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for construction. This lesson reviews the vocabulary used in the architectural trade and when using blueprints. This lesson focuses on construction-related vocabulary for tools and concepts. This lesson contains vocabulary used when doing math for construction. This lesson contains terms necessary for basic safety when working in the construction trades. This module offers a brief description of the responsibilities, necessary skills, required education, and working conditions for jobs in construction. It describes the forecasted job outlook and the current median income for similar positions. This lesson provides descriptions and illustrations of basic construction hand tools. This module contains the Drywall Installation lesson. This lesson reviews the basic concepts, terms, and materials needed for drywall installation. situations relating to construction. Carpentry Vocabulary (Glossary) Job Outlook for Carpenters Reading Key Words for Carpentry Wood Framing Math Problems for Carpentry This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for carpentry. This lesson provides a description of various carpentry jobs and tasks. It reviews who employs carpenters and provides a breakdown of various carpentry jobs and their median incomes. This reading comprehension lesson contains carpentry-related texts. In addition to reviewing basic information about carpentry careers, this lesson contains wood framing terms and illustrations. situations relating to carpentry. 2

5 O C C U P A T I O N - S P E C I F I C L E S S O N S CHILD CARE AND EDUCATION Child Care Vocabulary (Glossary) Job Outlook for Child Care and Education Reading about Child Care Math Problems for Child Care and Education Occupational Foundations Series Content and Description LESSON DESCRIPTIONS This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for child care. This lesson provides a description of child care workers, teacher s aides, the level of education needed for various positions, hours, responsibilities, and median pay. This lesson teaches how to read and understand passages relating to child care. situations relating to child care and education. COMPUTER SCIENCE Computer Science Vocabulary (Glossary) Outlook for Computer Science Jobs Reading about Computer Science Math Problems for Computer Science CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES Vocabulary for Customer Service (Glossary) Job Outlook for Customer Service Reading for Customer Service Representatives Math Problems for Customer Service This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for computer science. This lesson describes and gives the projected job outlook and necessary education for computer-related jobs such as support specialists, technical support specialists, help-desk technicians, and network administrators. It also introduces computer-related vocabulary such as LAN and WAN. This lesson contains reading passages relating to computer science. situations relating to computer science jobs. This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for customer service. This lesson describes the educational requirements for customer service jobs. It also mentions that the largest employers are in the finance and insurance industries. It informs students that these types of jobs offer flexibility and part-time work. Median incomes and possible overtime pay are also covered. This lesson contains reading comprehension passages relating to customer service. situations relating to customer service. 3

6 O C C U P A T I O N - S P E C I F I C L E S S O N S ELECTRICIANS Electrical Vocabulary (Glossary) Job Outlook for Electricians Reading for Electricians Math Problems for Electricians Occupational Foundations Series Content and Description LESSON DESCRIPTIONS This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for electricians. This lesson outlines the job outlook, required education, necessary skills, and potential income for electricians. This lesson contains reading comprehension passages relating to electricians. situations relating to electricians. FOOD SERVICES Food Services Vocabulary (Glossary) Job Outlook for Food Service Reading for Food Services Math Problems for Food Service HEALTH OCCUPATIONS Health Occupations Vocabulary (Glossary) Job Outlook for Health Care Math Problems for Health Occupations This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for food services. This lesson outlines the job outlook, required education, necessary skills, different positions, and varied incomes for individuals in the food service industry. This is a reading comprehension lesson that introduces many food service and culinary terms and concepts. situations relating to the food service industry. This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for health occupations. This lesson outlines the job outlook, required education, necessary skills, different positions, and varied incomes for individuals in the health care industry. situations relating to health occupation jobs. HOSPITALITY Hospitality Vocabulary (Glossary) Job Outlook for Hospitality Reading for Hospitality Math Problems for Hospitality This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for hospitality. This lesson outlines the job outlook, different types of hotels and motels, necessary skills, and the variety of jobs that make up the hospitality industry. Salaries for various jobs are also discussed. This reading comprehension lesson contains vocabulary and reading passages related to the hospitality industry. situations relating to hospitality. 4

7 O C C U P A T I O N - S P E C I F I C L E S S O N S HVAC HVAC Vocabulary (Glossary) Outlook for HVAC Jobs Reading for HVAC Math Problems for HVAC MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR Occupational Foundations Series Content and Description LESSON DESCRIPTIONS This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for HVAC. This lesson outlines the job outlook, required education, necessary skills, responsibilities, working conditions, and incomes for individuals in the HVAC industry. This reading comprehension lesson contains vocabulary and reading passages related to the HVAC industry. situations relating to HVAC. Maintenance and Repair Vocabulary (Glossary) Job Outlook for Maintenance Reading for Maintenance and Repair Jobs Math Problems for Maintenance and Repair MANUFACTURING Manufacturing Vocabulary (Glossary) Outlook for Manufacturing Jobs Reading for Manufacturing Math Problems for Manufacturing This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for maintenance and repair jobs. This lesson outlines the job outlook, required education, and potential incomes for individuals in the maintenance and repair industry. This reading comprehension lesson contains vocabulary and reading passages relating to the maintenance and repair industry. situations relating to maintenance and repair jobs. This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for manufacturing jobs. This lesson outlines the job outlook for machinery manufacturing jobs including assemblers, fabricators, team assemblers, and automated manufacturing systems. Education, training, and income are also covered. This reading comprehension lesson contains vocabulary and reading passages relating to manufacturing. situations relating to the manufacturing industry. 5

9 O C C U P A T I O N - S P E C I F I C L E S S O N S SECURITY Security Vocabulary (Glossary) Outlook for Security Jobs Reading for Security Occupations Math Problems for Security TRANSPORTATION Occupational Foundations Series Content and Description LESSON DESCRIPTIONS This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for security occupations. This lesson outlines the job outlook, necessary skills, required education, and potential incomes for individuals in security occupations. This lesson contains vocabulary and reading passages relating to jobs in the security industry. situations relating to security occupations. Transportation Vocabulary (Glossary) Outlook for Transportation Jobs Reading for Transportation Occupations Math Problems for Transportation WELDING AND CUTTING Welding Vocabulary (Glossary) Job Outlook for Welders Reading for Welding Comprehension Fundamentals of Welding Math Problems for Welding and Cutting This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for transportation occupations. This lesson describes the outlook, income, and job requirements for truck drivers, bus drivers, and school bus drivers. The lesson also explains truck and bus routes, tractor trailers, and commercial driver s licenses (CDL). This lesson contains vocabulary and reading passages relating to transportation occupations, including bus drivers and truck drivers. situations relating to transportation occupations. This is a glossary containing industry-specific terms for welding. This lesson reviews the definition of welding, the necessary skills for welding and cutting, and welding hazards. It also presents the job outlook and median incomes for welders and cutters. This lesson contains vocabulary and reading passages relating to the welding industry. This lesson defines and explains welding, arc welding, gas welding, SMAW, and welding joints. situations relating to the welding industry. 7

10 Occupational Foundations Series Content Note: Bold = Occupation-Specific Lessons Refer to chart at end for listing of lessons in cross-occupational modules. Introduction to Occupations 1. Introduction to Health Occupations 2. Introduction to Office Occupations 3. Introduction to Sales Occupations 4. Introduction to Service Occupations 5. Introduction to Construction Administrative Assistants 1. Assessments Administrative Assistants 2. Job Outlook for Administrative Assistants 4. Mathematics 5. Math Problems for Administrative Assistants 6. Office Skills 7. Active Listening 8. Dexterity & Visual Perception 9. Judgment and Decision Making 10. Critical Thinking 11. Time Management 12. Customer Service 13. Health and Appearance 14. Effective Speaking 15. Attention to Detail 16. Cooperation 17. Integrity 18. Innovation 19. Initiative 20. Dependability 21. Independence 22. Adaptability/Flexibility 23. Public Safety and Security Agriculture 1. Outlook for Agricultural Jobs 2. English Language 3. Reading for Agriculture 4. Agricultural Vocabulary 5. Mathematics 6. Math Problems for Agriculture 7. Biology 8. Building and Construction 9. Judgment and Decision Making 10. Coordination 11. Troubleshooting 12. Deductive Reasoning 13. Inductive Reasoning 14. Information Ordering 15. Oral Comprehension and Expression 8

11 Automotive Mechanics 1. Assessments Automotive Mechanics 2. Job Outlook for Auto Mechanics 4. Clues to Understanding Auto Mechanic Manuals 5. Auto Mechanic Vocabulary 7. Math Problems for Automotive Mechanics 8. Car Maintenance 9. Basic Mechanical Concepts 10. Active Listening 11. Judgment and Decision Making 12. Dexterity & Visual Perception 13. Critical Thinking Basic Construction 1. Assessments Basic Construction 2. Job Outlook for Construction 4. Mathematics 5. Basic Construction Tools 6. Basic Vocabulary for Construction a. Vocabulary for Blueprints b. Vocabulary for Construction Tools c. Construction Vocabulary Math d. Vocabulary for Construction Safety e. Construction Vocabulary 7. Application of Basic Construction a. Drywall Installation 8. Math Problems for Basic Construction 9. Critical Thinking 10. Integrity 14. Time Management 15. Public Safety and Security 16. Oral Comprehension and Expression 17. Attention to Detail 18. Cooperation 19. Analytical Thinking 20. Integrity 21. Innovation 22. Initiative 23. Dependability 24. Independence 25. Adaptability/Flexibility 11. Time Management 12. Public Safety and Security 13. Initiative 14. Independence 15. Cooperation 16. Dependability 17. Judgment and Decision Making 18. Dexterity & Visual Perception 19. Active Listening 20. Attention to Detail 21. Deductive Reasoning 22. Oral Comprehension and Expression 23. Innovation 24. Analytical Thinking 25. Adaptability/Flexibility Carpentry 1. Assessments Carpentry 2. Job Outlook for Carpenters 3. Mathematics 4. Math Problems for Carpenters 5. English Language 6. Carpentry Vocabulary 7. Reading Key Words for Carpentry 8. Basic Mechanical Concepts 9. Wood Framing 10. Dexterity & Visual Perception 11. Active Listening 12. Judgment and Decision Making 13. Critical Thinking 14. Time Management 15. Public Safety and Security 16. Oral Comprehension and Expression 17. Attention to Detail 18. Cooperation 19. Analytical Thinking 20. Integrity 21. Innovation 22. Initiative 23. Dependability 24. Independence 25. Adaptability/Flexibility 9

12 Child Care and Education 1. Assessments Child Care and Education 2. Job Outlook for Child Care and Education 4. Reading about Child Care 5. Child Care Vocabulary 7. Math Problems for Child Care and Education 8. Active Learning 9. Customer Service 10. Active Listening 11. Speaking 12. Critical Thinking 13. Time Management 14. Deductive Reasoning 15. Inductive Reasoning 16. Oral Comprehension and Expression 17. Speech Recognition 18. Attention to Detail 19. Cooperation 20. Integrity 21. Initiative 22. Dependability 23. Adaptability/Flexibility 24. Self-control and Stress Tolerance 25. Concern for Others 26. Social Orientation Computer Science 1. Outlook for Computer Science Jobs 2. English Language 3. Computer Science Vocabulary 4. Reading about Computer Science 5. Mathematics 6. Math Problems for Computer Science 7. Customer Service 8. Active Learning 9. Critical Thinking 10. Speaking 11. Active Listening 12. Troubleshooting 13. Writing 14. Deductive Reasoning 15. Inductive Reasoning 16. Written Comprehension 17. Information Ordering 18. Oral Comprehension and Expression 19. Speech Recognition 20. Adaptability/Flexibility 21. Analytical Thinking 22. Attention to Detail 23. Cooperation 24. Dependability 25. Independence 26. Initiative 27. Integrity Customer Service Representatives 1. Assessments Customer Service Representatives 2. Job Outlook for Customer Service 4. Vocabulary for Customer Service 5. Reading for Customer Service Representatives 7. Math Problems for Customer Service 8. Active Listening 9. Writing for Work 10. Clerical Skills 11. Deductive Reasoning 12. Inductive Reasoning 13. Oral Comprehension and Expression 14. Speaking 15. Speech Recognition 16. Written Comprehension 17. Information Ordering 18. Attention to Detail 19. Customer Service 20. Initiative 21. Dependability 22. Adaptability/Flexibility 23. Self-control and Stress Tolerance 24. Concern for Others 25. Independence 26. Health and Appearance 10

13 Electricians 1. Assessments Electricians 2. Job Outlook for Electricians 4. Electrical Vocabulary 5. Reading for Electricians 7. Math Problems for Electricians 8. Active Listening 9. Basic Mechanical Concepts 10. Spatial Relationships 11. Time Management 12. Judgment and Decision Making 13. Troubleshooting Food Services 1. Assessments Food Services 2. Job Outlook for Food Service 4. Food Services Vocabulary 5. Reading for Food Services 7. Math Problems for Food Service 8. Health and Appearance 9. Dexterity & Visual Perception 10. Active Listening 11. Judgment and Decision Making 12. Critical Thinking 14. Deductive Reasoning 15. Management of Personnel Resources 16. Public Safety and Security 17. Oral Comprehension and Expression 18. Attention to Detail 19. Cooperation 20. Analytical Thinking 21. Integrity 22. Innovation 23. Initiative 24. Dependability 25. Independence 26. Adaptability/Flexibility 13. Time Management 14. Customer Service 15. Public Safety and Security 16. Oral Comprehension and Expression 17. Attention to Detail 18. Cooperation 19. Integrity 20. Dependability 21. Innovation 22. Initiative 23. Independence 24. Adaptability/Flexibility Health Occupations 1. Assessments Health Occupations 2. Job Outlook for Health Care 4. Medical Vocabulary 5. Health Occupations Vocabulary 7. Math Problems for Health Occupations 8. Health and Appearance 9. Customer Service 10. Biology 11. Active Listening 12. Speaking 13. Coordination 14. Critical Thinking 15. Time Management 16. Deductive Reasoning 17. Oral Comprehension and Expression 18. Speech Recognition 19. Written Comprehension 20. Attention to Detail 21. Cooperation 22. Initiative 23. Integrity 24. Adaptability/Flexibility 25. Dependability 26. Self-control and Stress Tolerance 27. Concern for Others 11

14 Hospitality 1. Assessments Hospitality 2. Job Outlook for Hospitality 4. Hospitality Vocabulary 5. Reading for Hospitality 7. Math Problems for Hospitality 8. Health and Appearance 9. Dexterity & Visual Perception 10. Active Listening 11. Judgment and Decision Making 12. Critical Thinking 13. Time Management 14. Customer Service 15. Public Safety and Security 16. Oral Comprehension and Expression 17. Attention to Detail 18. Cooperation 19. Integrity 20. Innovation 21. Initiative 22. Dependability 23. Independence 24. Adaptability/Flexibility HVAC 1. Outlook for HVAC Jobs 2. English Language 3. HVAC Vocabulary 4. Reading for HVAC 5. Mathematics 6. Math Problems for HVAC 7. Building and Construction 8. Customer Service 9. Active Learning 10. Critical Thinking 11. Troubleshooting 12. Active Listening 13. Coordination 14. Deductive Reasoning 15. Inductive Reasoning 16. Information Ordering 17. Attention to Detail 18. Cooperation 19. Dependability 20. Independence 21. Initiative 22. Integrity 23. Leadership 24. Self-control and Stress Tolerance Maintenance and Repair 1. Assessments Maintenance and Repair 2. Job Outlook for Maintenance 4. Reading for Maintenance and Repair Jobs 5. Maintenance and Repair Vocabulary 7. Math Problems for Maintenance and Repair 8. Dexterity & Visual Perception 9. Active Listening 10. Judgment and Decision Making 11. Critical Thinking 12. Time Management 13. Public Safety and Security 14. Oral Comprehension and Expression 15. Cooperation 16. Attention to Detail 17. Analytical Thinking 18. Innovation 19. Initiative 20. Dependability 21. Independence 22. Adaptability/Flexibility 23. Integrity 12

15 Manufacturing 1. Outlook for Manufacturing Jobs 2. English Language 3. Reading for Manufacturing 4. Manufacturing Vocabulary 5. Mathematics 6. Math Problems for Manufacturing 7. Building and Construction 8. Critical Thinking 9. Coordination 10. Troubleshooting 11. Active Learning 12. Active Listening 13. Deductive Reasoning 14. Inductive Reasoning 15. Information Ordering 16. Oral Comprehension and Expression 17. Adaptability/Flexibility 18. Analytical Thinking 19. Attention to Detail 20. Cooperation 21. Dependability 22. Independence 23. Initiative 24. Innovation 25. Self-control and Stress Tolerance Marketing 1. Outlook for Marketing Jobs 2. English Language 3. Reading for Marketing Occupations 4. Marketing Vocabulary 5. Mathematics 6. Math Problems for Marketing 7. Clerical Skills 8. Customer Service 9. Writing 10. Active Learning 11. Active Listening 12. Coordination 13. Critical Thinking 14. Judgment and Decision Making 15. Speaking 16. Time Management 17. Written Comprehension 18. Deductive Reasoning 19. Inductive Reasoning 20. Oral Comprehension and Expression 21. Adaptability/Flexibility 22. Attention to Detail 23. Cooperation 24. Dependability 25. Independence 26. Initiative 27. Innovation 28. Integrity 29. Self-control and Stress Tolerance 30. Speech Recognition Pharmacy Technicians 1. Outlook for Pharmacy Technicians Jobs 2. English Language 3. Reading for Pharmacy Technicians 4. Pharmacy Technicians Vocabulary 5. Medical Vocabulary 7. Math Problems for Pharmacy Technicians 8. Customer Service 9. Writing 10. Time Management 11. Oral Comprehension and Expression 12. Adaptability/Flexibility 13. Attention to Detail 14. Concern for Others 15. Cooperation 16. Dependability 17. Independence 18. Initiative 19. Integrity 20. Self-control and Stress Tolerance 21. Social Orientation 13

16 Plumbing 1. Assessments Plumbing 2. Job Outlook for Plumbers 4. Reading for Plumbing 5. Plumbing Vocabulary 7. Math Problems for Plumbing 8. Basic Mechanical Concepts 9. Critical Thinking 10. Time Management 11. Active Listening 12. Public Safety and Security 13. Attention to Detail 14. Integrity 15. Independence 16. Judgment and Decision Making 17. Dexterity & Visual Perception 18. Cooperation 19. Analytical Thinking 20. Innovation 21. Adaptability/Flexibility 22. Initiative 23. Dependability 24. Oral Comprehension and Expression Retail Sales 1. Assessments Retail Sales 2. Job Outlook for Retail Sales 4. Reading about Retail Sales 5. Retail Sales Vocabulary 7. Math Problems for Retail Sales 8. Customer Service 9. Health and Appearance 10. Active Listening 11. Judgment and Decision Making 12. Critical Thinking 13. Time Management 14. Effective Speaking 15. Attention to Detail 16. Cooperation 17. Clerical Skills 18. Public Safety and Security 19. Dexterity & Visual Perception 20. Integrity 21. Innovation 22. Initiative 23. Dependability 24. Independence 25. Adaptability/Flexibility Security 1. Outlook for Security Jobs 2. English Language 3. Reading for Security Occupations 4. Security Vocabulary 5. Clerical Skills 6. Customer Service 7. Mathematics 8. Math Problems for Security 9. Public Safety and Security 10. Active Listening 11. Coordination 12. Critical Thinking 13. Judgment and Decision Making 14. Speaking 15. Time Management 16. Writing 17. Deductive Reasoning 18. Inductive Reasoning 19. Information Ordering 20. Oral Comprehension and Expression 21. Adaptability/Flexibility 22. Attention to Detail 23. Concern for Others 24. Dependability 25. Initiative 26. Leadership 27. Self-control and Stress Tolerance 14

17 Transportation 1. Outlook for Transportation Jobs 2. English Language 3. Reading for Transportation Occupations 4. Transportation Vocabulary 5. Mathematics 6. Math Problems for Transportation 7. Customer Service 8. Public Safety and Security 9. Active Listening 10. Coordination 11. Critical Thinking 12. Judgment and Decision Making 13. Speaking 14. Time Management 15. Troubleshooting 16. Adaptability/Flexibility 17. Attention to Detail 18. Concern for Others 19. Cooperation 20. Dependability 21. Independence 22. Initiative 23. Integrity 24. Leadership 25. Self-control and Stress Tolerance Welding and Cutting 1. Assessments Welding and Cutting 2. Job Outlook for Welders 4. Reading for Welding Comprehension 5. Welding Vocabulary 7. Math Problems for Welding and Cutting 8. Fundamentals of Welding 9. Basic Mechanical Concepts 10. Dexterity & Visual Perception 11. Active Listening 12. Judgment and Decision Making 13. Critical Thinking 14. Time Management 15. Public Safety and Security 16. Oral Comprehension and Expression 17. Attention to Detail 18. Cooperation 19. Analytical Thinking 20. Integrity 21. Innovation 22. Initiative 23. Dependability 24. Independence 25. Adaptability/Flexibility 15

19 Independence Inductive Reasoning Information Ordering Initiative Innovation Integrity Judgment and Decision Making Leadership Management of Personnel Resources Mathematics Medical Vocabulary Oral Comprehension and Expression Public Safety and Security Self-control and Stress Tolerance Social Orientation Speaking Positive Thinking (RFW) Effective Work Techniques (RFW) Working Productively (RFW) Basic Critical Thinking (LES) Advanced Critical Thinking (LES) Following Directions (RFW) Writing for Work (RFW) Positive Thinking (RFW) Correct Work Behavior (RFW) Effective Work Techniques (RFW) Working Productively (RFW) Decision Making (RFW) Effective Work Techniques (RFW) Working Productively (RFW) Correct Work Behavior (RFW) Basic Critical Thinking (LES) Decision Making (RFW) Team Work (RFW) Decision Making (RFW) Working Productively (RFW) Dealing with Supervisors (RFW) Whole Numbers Addition & Subtraction (LES) Whole Numbers Multiplication (LES) Whole Numbers Division (LES) Fractions (LES) Decimals (LES) Basic Algebra (LES) Basic Geometry (LES) Graphs and Charts (LES) Basic Medical Vocabulary (LES) Intermediate Medical Vocabulary (LES) Advanced Medical Vocabulary (LES) Listening Skills (RFW) Following Directions (RFW) Effective Speaking (RFW) Correct Work Behavior (RFW) Following Directions (RFW) Reading for Work (RFW) Positive Thinking (RFW) Managing Emotions (RFW) Working Productively (RFW) Team Work (RFW) Managing Emotions (RFW) Effective Speaking (RFW) 17

20 Speech Recognition Time Management Troubleshooting Writing Written Comprehension Listening Skills (RFW) Time Management (RFW) Working Productively (RFW) Basic Critical Thinking (LES) Decision Making (RFW) Basic Grammar (LES) Advanced Grammar (LES) Basic Writing (LES) Advanced Writing (LES) Writing for Work (RFW) Fundamentals of Reading (LES) Basic Reading (LES) Basic Vocabulary (LES) Reading for Work (LES) 18

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