Lesson 1 - ONet Definitions

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O*Net Definitions and Terms:

O*Net Definitions and Terms Using O*Net Tools in Outreach and Admissions Lesson 1

Lesson 1 – Definitions Objectives:

Lesson 1 – Definitions Objectives To provide participants with the use of terms and definitions utilized in facilitating the use of career interest tools with Job Corps prospects and applicants.

Steps of Career Guidance:

Steps of Career Guidance Step 1. Assist the applicant in gaining self-understanding Achievements Interests Lesson 3 O*Net Interest Profiler/ MyNextMove Step 2. Obtaining knowledge about the world of work Lesson 4 O*Net Online Step 3. Integrating information about self and the world of work Lesson 5 Career Guidance in OA Using O*Net Tools

How do Job Corps Students Choose Careers:

How do Job Corps Students Choose Careers Career Exposure - Young people are exposed to careers in a number of ways Parents, siblings, extended family careers Support system – e.g. teachers, social workers, police officers Role models – e.g. actors, public figures, sports personalities Family influence on career choice Family exposure to the career Family acceptance

Accepted premises:

Accepted premises A career choice that is aligned to a person’s interest leads to increased career satisfaction Students that are correctly matched to a Career Technical Training area that they have a strong interest have a greater chance to graduate from Job Corps

Career Interest Inventories:

Career Interest Inventories Tool used to assist people with becoming aware of their personal interest. Career exploration Career advise Promoting self-knowledge and career awareness Job Corps encourages admissions staff to use is the O*Net Interest Profiler. created by the Department of Labor provides users with their results using Holland codes connects results to O*Net online resources.

O*Net Interest Profiler:

O*Net Interest Profiler A self-assessment career exploration tool that can help applicants discover the type of work activities and occupations that they would like and find exciting. identify and learn about broad interest areas most relevant to them. Applicants can use their results to explore the world of work.

Characteristics of the O*Net Interest Profiler:

Characteristics of the O*Net Interest Profiler Assesses what the applicant likes to do 2 versions: paper/pencil and computerized Suitable for age 14 and older Measures 6 types of work interests Compatible with Holland’s Vocational Personality Theory Can be self-administered, self-scored, and self-interpreted Approximately 15 to 40 minutes

Work Interest Areas:

Work Interest Areas Discussed in Lesson 2 R I A S E C REALISTIC INVESTIGATIVE ARTISTIC SOCIAL ENTERPRIZING CONVENTIONAL

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