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A System For Success

Utilizing WIN’s Strategic Compass, we know what jobs are in demand now and in the future, and we know what skills job seekers will need to fill those positions. So our next step is to empower students with this knowledge, and the core career skills they need to succeed.

WIN Career Readiness System

As we move deeper into the 21st century, the goal of education has to change to meet shifting demands and better prepare learners to be work ready, job ready, career ready and college ready. The WIN Career Readiness System provides a comprehensive solution that includes career exploration and planning, college readiness assessments, career readiness foundational and employability skills support. Learn more.

Career Readiness Courseware offers a series of nine career-focused modules that prepare learners for Career Readiness Certification. Topics include Reading for Information, Applied Mathematics, Locating Information, Listening, Observation, Applied Technology, Business Writing, Writing and Teamwork.

Career Readiness Courseware is a self-paced curriculum focused on ensuring learners have a pathway to success.

College Readiness Courseware (CRC+) prepares learners with the necessary foundational skills in Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Reading, Writing and English. CRC+ includes five learning modules that provide students with practice and application of concepts addressed by commonly accepted college placement exams.

College Readiness Courseware prepares learners for post-secondary success.

Taking a deeper look

Four primary industry studies drove the development of the WIN Soft Skills curriculum:

  • Workforce Study Applied Skills of New Entrants to the 21st Century U.S. Workforce (2006)
  • The Demand for Soft Skills: Key Skills for Indiana’s Growing Occupations through 2014 (2007)
  • Society for Human Resource Management Critical Skills Needs and Resources for the Changing Workforce (2008)
  • Nagle, Richard Hiring, Retention & Training: Employers' Perspectives on Trade and Soft Skills in South Carolina (2010)

Developed on a extensively research-focused, employer-centered needs through learner analysis, hiring, and retention factors.

Conveying Professionalism

Describe components of a strong work ethic, including personal images (workplace presentation and demeanor) conveyed to the company and to customers.

Explain the importance of workforce presentation and the benefits of a positive attitude and demeanor in building excellent customer relations.

Describe the importance of attendance, punctuality, being on-time, and dependability.

Discuss workforce presentation.

Discuss how motivation affects performance.

Offer strategies to build excellent work habits, including workplace presentation and demeanor.

Communicate Effectively

Identify ways to improve communication and listening skills for a productive work environment.

Explain the importance of spoken communication to improving understanding.

Assess use of communication tools – email etiquette, cell phone use, social networking.

Describe how to resolve conflict in the workplace.

Describe the rules of social media etiquette when in the workplace or working in a group setting.

Promoting Teamwork and Collaboration

Explain how working in a group setting and treating coworkers as team members benefits an organization.

Describe how diversity benefits a workplace.

Discuss the importance of sensitivity to individual differences.

Discuss the importance of sensitivity to individual differences.

Describe the benefits and challenges of teamwork and collaboration.

Define leadership and its value in the workplace.

Thinking Critically and Solving Problems

Describe the importance of innovation, creativity and flexibility in the workplace.

Define adversity and describes how it affects the workplace.

Help to develop goal setting to solve problems.

Evaluate elements of critical thinking – evidence, reasoning and fallacies.

Distinguish between inductive and deductive reasoning.

Apply strategies to help with creative problem-solving in the workplace.

According to industry leaders, businesses, and college admissions offices, demonstrating professional attitudes and work habits is the ticket to upward mobility in the 21st century economy.

The perfect complement

Soft Skills helps students develop and demonstrate attitudinal and behavioral skills that are critical to success at college and work. These competencies — such as conveying professionalism, communicating effectively, promoting teamwork and collaboration, and thinking critically and solving problems — are an essential part of WIN’s comprehensive approach to preparing students for success and providing future employers with workplace-ready candidates.

Soft Skills develops attitudinal and behavioral skills critical to success at college and work.

WIN ATLAS is an engaging career planning and exploration mobile app that puts college and career readiness in the hands of ever learner. Complete an Interest Profile and Work Priorities survey to begin exploring a career pathway that's right for you.

Access WIN ATLAS from your iOS or Android mobile device and start building your individual learning plan with goals and next steps to success.

myStrategic Compass offers a personalized career planning tool for each learner based on skill, work and career interest and provides a framework for the education and path to success.

myStrategic Compass provides learners the tools to plan and prepare for life-long career success.

WIN Math is a career-based, middle and high school mathematics solution aligned to Common Core State Standards and local state objectives. With personalized instruction through a project-based framework, students apply concepts tied to real-life scenarios and lessons in the context of relevant career opportunities.

WIN Math is an on-grade level and intervention math solution with Capstone Projects linked to 16 Career Clusters.

College and Career Ready

Once students recognize the skills they learn in the classroom have practical applications, they become increasingly motivated to participate in school activities and value learning opportunities more. Research shows that middle school is a good time in a student’s education to help them draw the connection between school and work, and to engage them in learning that is relevant to their personal needs and interests.

WIN Learning is bridging this gap in diverse classroom settings, improving high-stakes test scores, increasing college and career readiness, and empowering students with the context of their knowledge.

Workforce and Adult-Ed

As a public and private partnership, WIN unites employers, policy makers, and communities to reduce job turnover and training costs, attract new jobs, and provide viable opportunities to the unemployed. WIN is the common language through which job-seekers, employers, and economic developers can communicate effectively with each other and take actionable steps towards their desired results. Policy makers and educators see the opportunity for more relevant workforce training programs and adult education courses. Employers immediately identify regional workforce advantages and ideal employment prospects while unlocking higher job performance, productivity, satisfaction, and retention. Best of all, job-seekers find real solutions, quickly and consistently.

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WIN Math digital curriculum facilitates blended learning model; ties project-based curriculum to real-world business and industry skills, and recognized career clusters Featured in Tech & Learning: Read more Kingston, Tenn. – March 5, 2015 – The Kentucky Valley Education Cooperative (KVEC) is partnering with WIN Learning to bring WIN Math, a digital career-based, math and workplace [...]

WIN Learning: a Finalist for the 2014 Revere Awards

WIN Learning Named a Finalist in American Association of Publishers 2014 Revere Awards Program  WIN Learning’s personalized career and college readiness system prepares students for life after high school  PHILADELPHIA — May 22, 2014 — The PreK-12 Learning Group of the Association of American Publishers (AAP) announced that WIN Learning has been selected as a finalist in [...]

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