Skills for Success
A college and career-ready workforce has a combination of:
- Academic skills.
- Industry-wide technical skills.
- Employability skills (soft skills).
Workforce and education partners meet their local workforce needs by partnering with and providing experts in each skill area. This best approaches use a set of services, training, assessments, and outreach that help meet local employment needs.
Illinois workNet's role is to provide resources, tools, and assessments that partners, employers, and customers use teach and gain these skills.
Partners have different levels of interaction with customers.
For this guide, partner interaction levels are defined as:
Minimal Interaction - Provide assistance, but not in the sense of case management. Examples include a librarian or resource room staff.
Moderate Interaction - Provide assistance with an instructor role or direct advising or counseling role, but not case management. Examples include teacher, instructor, advisor, or workshop facilitator.
Case Management Interaction - Provide WIOA case management services.
Learn more with the guides below.
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