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Module 104 VE2: Part Two – Transferable skills and employability analysis

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This module addresses two of the most common assessment processes a vocational evaluator will likely encounter: the transferable skills analysis and the employability assessment. These two assessments are somewhat similar in their construct but serve different purposes.

This module is divided into two sections:

Part A – Transferable Skills Analysis
After successful completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Define Transferable Skills Analysis (TSA) and its components;
  • Define what a skill is and the 3 major category of skills;
  • Identify the most effective times to utilize a TSA;
  • Identify the components of a TSA;
  • Identify ethical considerations;
  • Identify resources and tools to conduct a Transferable Skills Analysis; and
  • Identify methods to determine earning potential based on transferable skills and job availability in the individual’s geographic area.

Part B – Employability Assessment
After successful completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Define Employability Skills and its components;
  • Identify methods to assess employability skills;
  • Identify documents needed for review;
  • Define types of assessments (i.e. medical, functional, vocational, and ergonomic);
  • Describe how to conduct a Job Analysis;
  • Describe how to conduct a Labour Market Analysis; and
  • Identify the resources helpful in conducting a Job and Labour Market Analysis.

CEU Hours: 4

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