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Title Using Soft Skills Training Program to Increase Opportunities for Competitive, Integrated Employment for Students and Youth with Disabilities
Summary This NTACT information brief highlights soft skills as a promising pre-employment transition services practice. Soft skills training includes instruction on such skills as effective communication, good attendance, time management, appropriate dressing, and interpersonal communication with co-workers and supervisors. In the research described, the intervention was provided using an interactive training curriculum, the Smart Work Ethics (SWE) program.
Author NTACT - National Technical Assistance Center on Transition
Publisher NTACT - National Technical Assistance Center on Transition
Publish Date 7/7/2018
Filename PD_VR_SoftSkills_Employ (1).pdf

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