|Connecting to Business|
Connecting to Business (C-Tech CTB) is an overview of techniques for job searching and job retention from the perspective of the telecommunications industry. It is based on C-Tech's extensive experience in dealing with leaders in the industry and facilitating job placement for the individuals who have completed our hands-on training.
This course is the ideal follow-up for trained graduates of C-Tech's Technology Education Track and comes in two parts, each for a specific need.
C-Tech CTB, Section 1 helps the graduate to set goals, both immediate and long-term, to write an effective résumé, to cultivate the qualities employers indicate they are looking for in job candidates, to identify where potential employers are located, to trace a typical job progression in the telecommunications industry, and to approach a job interview with confidence. Students also learn about time management, customer relations and they have an opportunity to sharpen their business writing skills. It even goes as far as to cover specific topics important to graduates, such as how to read and understand paystubs.
C-Tech CTB, Section 2 is a guide to help job developers. It includes advice on how to choose an effective training program, how to use the Internet to its best advantage in searching for jobs, how to approach businesses and have them consider the group of skilled job candidates. This section comes complete with a DVD presentation video that highlights the market and defines the in-demand skill-sets acquired by a C-Tech Certified graduate.
This Connecting to Business course incorporates C-Tech’s vast experience in working with industry leaders and can provide you with proven and tested techniques for approaching businesses. Learn what “value-added” means. You want to make sure that every applicant who leaves for an interview is prepared. Explore this quality training in business skills and connect your students to in-demand careers.
The Connecting to Business course can be completed in ten hours and is written at seventh grade Reading and basic Math levels.