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.
Dr. Janet Wall introduces attendees to the three O*NET Career Exploration Tools and demonstrates how each tools directs users to occupational information.
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.
Dr. Janet Wall reviews the three O*NET Career Assessment Tools, part of a whole-person assessment. She provides details about the Ability Profiler and describes the administration options for performing the assessment. She demonstrates how to use results with the O*NET database. Lastly, she reviews the additional support materials available to administrators.
Dr. Janet Wall reviews the content of Ability Profiler materials and discusses administrators options in using the tool.
Dr. Janet Wall present an overview of the Ability Profiler (AP)including the instrument and score report, reviews percentiles and norms and how AP results are linked directly to occupations in O*NET.
Dr. Janet Wall reviews the O*NET Content Model, describes the data elements of the model, illustrates how data are collected, and explains how the O*NET database is updated.
Dr. Janet Wall explains how to: use assessments to help military members locate occupations; find occupational information; translate military MOC occupations to civilian occupations; find high-growth, high-demand occupations; see what occupations require certifications and licenses; and find jobs.
Dr. Janet Wall discusses the concept of assessment and reviews the kinds and purposes of assessment. She introduces the three O*NET Career Exploration Tools and shows how each tool directs the user to occupational information.
Dr. Janet Wall shows how O*NET materials and services support professional career development guidelines. She reviews free materials and services that school counselors can use for their career development programs.
Dr. Janet Wall shows attendees how to find and download O*NET Career Exploration Tools--the Computerized Interest Profiler and the Work Importance Profiler. She explains how to complete the instruments and demonstrates how one can use the results to find best-fitting O*NET occupations.
Dr. Janet Wall shows the tools that enable users to find occupations that are fastest-growing, highest-paying, in-demand, and have the largest employment and job openings. She also shows how to identify occupations with declining outlooks. Lastly, she covers the same topics regarding industries.
Dr. Janet Wall reviews information about the aging U.S. population. She points out trends in the aging population and describes the situation older workers and the workforce face. She suggests tools that can help older workers consider their options in a changing world.
Dr. Janet Wall displays and discusses tools that workforce development professionals and educators can use when helping clients: find a job, prepare a resume, interview, write thank you letters, and negotiate salary.
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.
Dr. Janet Wall describes O*NET, reviews the O*NET information in the occupation Summary Report, and identifies ways that job seekers can use O*NET to their advantage in competing for jobs.
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 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 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.