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.
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.
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.
Course presents content about the greening of our economy, workforce and occupations. Describes green occupations, how to find them in O*NET, and where to find more green-economy resources.
Course reviews the United States Department of Labor competency models. Explains how one can use O*NET to adapt the competency models.
Course explains how veterans can use O*NET to access tools and services designed to help them transfer their occupational skills to civilian occupations.
Course tells how Newton, IA used O*NET to revitalize the local economy and create 1,200 jobs following a plant closure.
Course describes O*NET OnLine and the value of its common language. Explains the benefits of O*NET for workforce development professionals and how they can perform their work using O*NET OnLine.
Course describes how to administer ("give") the O*NET Ability Profiler assessment to an individual, or a group.
Course describes O*NET; defines demand-driven workforce system; describes how O*NET can help the system deliver demand-driven services; and identifies demand-driven applications of O*NET.
Course presents content explaining the O*NET-based assessment tools the Interest Profiler, Work Importance Locator and Ability Profiler.