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San Diego Workforce Partnership at the Summer Institute 2016

Tina Ngo Bartel from the San Diego Workforce Partnership speaks at the 2016 CASAS Summer Institute Poster Session about how the organization helps to identify the industries and jobs that are most in demand. Visit:

Publishe: 10/06/2017.
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Our assessments make determining eligibility, documenting progress, and certifying skills effortless.

The Need: developing a workforce with the skill to succeed

Employers say they need a workforce that can apply basic academic, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to specific job tasks. How can your workforce development program make sure your job candidates have the skills employers are looking for?

The solution: an assessment that focuses on real-life employment competencies

Use CASAS assessments to

  • Identify youth and adults in need of skills for success in the workforce
  • Place clients into appropriate education and employment training programs
  • Monitor progress and certify attainment of employment related competencies

See how other workforce development programs are using CASAS to help learners succeed in the workforce or training.

Respond to Industry Needs

  • Build a program based on employment related competencies identified by business leaders and Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs)
  • Integrate basic skills instruction, job knowledge, and skill development

Meet Department of Labor Requirements

Measure Program Effectiveness

  • Document learner progress and competency attainment in reading, math, and listening
  • Score CASAS tests, track student assessment results, and facilitate data collection for program accountability with TOPSpro software

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