Work Experience Training

WORK EXPERIENCE TRAINING

akills_training_coachA service designed to replicate actual work conditions for the uninitiated job seeker, Work Experience Training affords the TWS-VRS client opportunities to cultivate the traits necessary for success in the competitive workforce. Adjusting to the rigors of employment, understanding workplace culture, developing positive work habits, and exploring what’s really out there are all integral components to this service. Whether paid employment or a volunteer scenario, the value of actually engaging in work activities is substantive.

It’s also a great way to eliminate misconceptions about a particular type of employment, like say…working with animals. For example, everyone wants to work with the puppies, until they learn they have to pick up the poop. Conversely, many of our clients have formed negative opinions about a particular type of work, or even a specific employer, based solely on what they have been told by others.

Lacking firsthand experience, they may never really know what it’s like to work at Lowes or Whataburger because someone they knew in high school convinced them that the managers there are all mean. Consider Work Experience Training to be, among other things, a myth buster.

WORK EXPERIENCE TRAINING

akills_training_coachA service designed to replicate actual work conditions for the uninitiated job seeker, Work Experience Training affords the TWS-VRS client opportunities to cultivate the traits necessary for success in the competitive workforce. Adjusting to the rigors of employment, understanding workplace culture, developing positive work habits, and exploring what’s really out there are all integral components to this service. Whether paid employment or a volunteer scenario, the value of actually engaging in work activities is substantive.

It’s also a great way to eliminate misconceptions about a particular type of employment, like say…working with animals. For example, everyone wants to work with the puppies, until they learn they have to pick up the poop. Conversely, many of our clients have formed negative opinions about a particular type of work, or even a specific employer, based solely on what they have been told by others.

Lacking firsthand experience, they may never really know what it’s like to work at Lowes or Whataburger because someone they knew in high school convinced them that the managers there are all mean. Consider Work Experience Training to be, among other things, a myth buster.