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Career Plan Development – Planning P lanning Assessm ent s Career Exploration

Career Plan Development – Planning Planning Assessments Career Exploration

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  • Career Plan Development Planning Planning Assessments Career Exploration
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  • Assessments
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  • Career Exploration
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  • Planning
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  • Did You Know? Not all programs require the development of a career plan So, which workforce programs require the creation of a career plan? YYouth who are engaged in the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) program are required to have an Individual Service Strategy or ISS CCustomers engaged in the Welfare Transition (WT) program are required to have an Individual Responsibility Plan or IRP CCustomers engaged in the Reemployment and Eligibility Assessment (REA) program must have a career plan developed that outlines the customers strengths, weaknesses, and action steps to get a job
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  • Career Plan Why is the career plan such an important document? TThink of the plan as a road map to success
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  • The career plan is designed with the customer and is based on the customers assessment results and the results of career exploration The career plan outlines WWhat the customer ultimately wants to achieve TThe steps the customer needs to take to reach those goals
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  • The career plan is not just another form to be filed away Follow-up is an important part of the process Customers must be able to hold themselves accountable for successes and failures Customers must be accountable to program staff for successes and failures
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  • Main Components Depending on the program, there are different components of the career plan There are some components that are consistent regardless of which program the customer is enrolled in Basic demographic information Start date of the career plan Immediate employment goals Long-term employment goals Action steps Timelines Signature/dates of signature
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  • Writing Goals Help your customers create S.M.A.R.T. goals SS is for specific MM is for measurable AA is for attainable RR is for relevant TT is for time-specific
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  • Scenario Anny has completed the career exploration process Employment Anny would like to become a Critical Care Nurse Anny would like to work as a clerk in a nearby hospital until she gets her degree and certification for nursing Education and training Anny would like to go back to school to become a nurse. She will need to complete science and mathematic pre- requisites prior to entering her program (one year or two semesters) Anny would like to get her Bachelors of Science degree to become a Registered Nurse (four years)
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  • Scenario Broad Get a job S.M.A.R.T Secure a job as a hospital clerk within the next month so I can get experience in the medical field while going back to school to get a nursing degree
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  • Broad Become a Critical Care Nurse S.M.A.R.T Go to the School of Excellence and finish your pre-requisites for the nursing program within 12 months Go to the School of Excellence and get your Registered Nursing Degree within four years Apply to complete education and training as a Critical Care Nurse within one year of becoming a Registered Nurse
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