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|Title:||Line B: Employability Skills Competency B-1: Apply Study and Learning Skills|
British Columbia.Ministry of Technolgy, Innovation and Citizens' Services
BC Open Textbook Project
|Description:||Every learner has different abilities, backgrounds, and life experiences. Some individuals will be entering a trades program directly from high school as part of a dual-credit program or youth initiative and have limited experience outside of the classroom. Others may have been out ofthe formal education system for a number of years, but bring valuable years of work experience into the classroom. Regardless of where you are starting from, integral to your success in postsecondary education is developing effective study and learning skills. Time spent on these learning tasks will increase the effectiveness of time spent on all other learning tasks in your training program. In addition, the techniques that you choose to adopt and the effective study routine that you develop will benefit you in lifelong learning, be it formal or informal, at school, on the job, or for your own personal interest. The following list of lines and competencies was generated with the goal of creating an entry-level trades training resource, while still offering the flexibility for lines to be used as stand-alone books. Line B - Employability Skills. B-1 Apply Study and Learning Skills, B-2 Describe Expectations and Responsibilities of Employers and Employees, B-3 Use Interpersonal Communication Skills, B-4 Describe the Apprenticeship System.|
"Copyright Camosun College"--P. 2.
|Appears in Collections:||Ontario OER Collection|
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|B1 Apply Study and Learning Skills HTML.zip||1.25 MB||zip||View/Open|
|B1.docx||3.71 MB||Microsoft Word||View/Open|
|B1.pdf||%%pod%%Print PDF||5.01 MB||View/Open|
|Competency B-1 pp1-53.zip||%%ancillary%%Student Resource: Audio File||19.47 MB||zip||View/Open|
|Line B1 Self Tests.zip||%%ancillary%%Student Resource: Self Test Files (.zip)||57.94 kB||zip||View/Open|
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