Welcome to O*NET Academy!



To keep pace with the rapidly changing work environment and to keep your knowledge of O*NET fresh, you need high quality training that is relevant timely and online! From self-paced courses and tutorials, to live webinars, O*NET provides you with high caliber online learning 24 hours a day. School is never closed!

Webinars

  1. ThumbNail Experience a live demonstration of the features and uses of My Next Move, the new user-friendly electronic career exploration tool launched by the U.S. Department of Labor.

  2. ThumbNail Dr. Janet Wall introduces attendees to the three O*NET Career Exploration Tools and demonstrates how each tools directs users to occupational information.

  3. ThumbNail Dr. Janet Wall provides background and information on O*NET Tools & Technology. She shows how O*NET OnLine, Career Voyages and Career InfoNet incorporate Tools & Technology. Lastly, she describes plans for Tools & Technology.

Courses

  1. ThumbNail My Next Move is the user-friendly electronic career exploration tool that helps users identify potential career choices by keyword search, industry, or by taking the Interest Profiler Assessment.

  2. ThumbNail Course presents content about how to use O*NET to identify which occupations have the best outlook for people preparing for and searching for jobs.

  3. ThumbNail Course presents content about the role of O*NET in America's CareerOneStop website, and shows how O*NET information forms the foundation for the rich and comprehensive material found on this site.

Spotlights

  1. ThumbNail Management Professor Paul Schumann uses O*NET in many ways in the university classroom.

  2. ThumbNail WIB Executive Jasen Jones uses O*NET data to attract employers and jobs to his WIRED region.

  3. ThumbNail Counselor John E. Rich uses O*NET to help students explore what they want to be in the world of work.

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Tip of the Month


"My use of O*NET has evolved over the years." explains Hope. "When I started my career, I used O*NET with individual customers. I first heard of O*NET in graduate school, when I was studying for my Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling. I did my internship at Goodwill Industries of Chicago. We used O*NET as a job analysis tool, helping people to develop career plans by assessing their knowledge, skills and abilities required for various occupations. It is a very useful tool in this application."

Hope Clark, Director of Research & Market Development