Vocational Specialist J.R. Mooney discusses how he and his team use O*NET to help young people with disabilities in the job search process.
Vice President of Customer Solutions Isaac Grauke describes how EMSI used O*NET to create products that attract green companies.
Job Developer Donna Flisack discusses using O*NET to guide individuals through their careers.
Local Employment Representatives Keith Brandon and Bobby Johns explain how O*NET information can help assist military members in transition.
Area Program Manager Mike Tillotson explains how O*NET information benefits clients of the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission.
Disability Program Navigator Steve Hughes details how O*NET can assist persons with disabilities.
Web and Database Manager Ben Garcia explains how the Colorado Labor Department uses O*NET as the basis for its labor market information, keeping its system updated with the most current data.
Cliff Atkinson of EmployFlorida talks about the effects of the BP Oil Spill on Florida’s Gulf Coast, the impact on workers, and how O*NET is being used in Florida’s jobs database to assist workers displaced by the oil spill.
Diana Bailey, Workforce Development and Transition Coordinator, provides insight into how the State of Maryland is using O*NET products such as the Career Exploration Tools to assist at-risk youth as they transition into the workplace. She also shares insights on the use of O*NET’s tools in the adult prison system.
Rick Maher, CEO of Maher & Maher, explains the significant role of O*NET data in regional economic development.
This desk aid describes the features of My Next Move (www.mynextmove.org), a Web site created by the National Center for O*NET Development for the U.S. Department of Labor, Education and Training Administration. My Next Move provides easy access to career exploration, educational and training programs, and job postings. Students and those in transition will find this stream-lined Web site a great tool in helping determine their next move on the road to a satisfying career.
This handy two-page desk aid describes the detailed occupational information available at O*NET OnLine (http:onetonline.org) as well as the many search alternatives.
Course presents content explaining the O*NET-based assessment tools the Interest Profiler, Work Importance Locator and Ability Profiler.
Course describes O*NET OnLine and explains how O*NET benefits employers. Covers the benefits of the common language of O*NET and shows employers how to use OnLine search functions.
Dr. Janet Wall helps attendees better understand the future world of work. She points out government resources that help users better understand the knowledge sets/skills/abilities needed to perform jobs in emerging occupations. She points out resources that help people prepare for good jobs with better pay and brighter futures. Lastly Dr. Wall shows how O*NET information is incorporated into job search and career exploration tools.
Dr. Janet Wall points out how O*NET features support using an individual’s skills and other characteristics to find compatible occupations. She demonstrates how to use two products that use O*NET to achieve reemployment.
Dr. Janet Wall explains the concept behind New and Emerging Occupations. She reviews the process used to identify these occupations and lists the New and Emerging Occupations that are, or will be part of, O*NET. Using O*NET for Transferability of Skills.
Dr. Janet Wall shows the relationship between education and occupations and between education and salary. She then explains how O*NET and other government resources can help individuals learn about in-demand occupations and acquire the education and training they need to perform jobs in those occupations.