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Profiles Performance Indicator™ measures five key personality factors and their impact on seven critically important aspects of success in business.

Profiles Team Analysis™ makes team building both challenging and rewarding.

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Adult Basic Education Training Programs

Many industries today have difficulty in finding and retaining employees with adequate reading and math skills.

Our basic training programs range from English as a Second Language through G.E.D. preparation. These include English reading and writing skills, mathematics, basic science, social studies, and public speaking. We also administer the G.E.D. test at the end of training.


Teamwork

Designed for non-supervisory personnel, this powerful and thought-provoking workshop stresses personal responsibility and accountability. Team and process thinking, the nature of teams, roles of team members, cooperation and coordination, communication and conflict resolution skills (see Interpersonal Skills, below), and synergy are demonstrated, explored, and practiced. To maximize success, it is recommended that supervisors of participants be enrolled in the Effective Supervision training program.

Recommended class length: 12 - 16 hours. Groups of 10 - 16 are suggested. Participants should not enroll in Effective Supervision or Interpersonal Skills courses.


Interpersonal Skills

A sub-set of Teamwork modules, this shorter course covers the intricacies of communication and conflict resolution. "Everyone's Bill of Rights" is distributed and discussed in terms of work and personal relationships. Assertive communication skills are taught and practiced through a series of powerful exercises.

Recommended class length: 4 - 8 hours. Groups of 10 - 16 are suggested. Participants should not enroll in Teamwork or Effective Supervision courses.


G.E.D. English and Math

Basic instruction in grammar, writing, and speaking are included in a course oriented to "on the job" skills. Skills learned in mathematics will be addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, measurement, fractions, percents, and decimals. There is a special focus on measurement and "on the job" applications of the above skills.

Recommended class length: 60 hours. Groups of 15-25 are suggested.


G.E.D. Science

The materials covered will directly focus on the content areas of the Science G.E.D. exam. Subjects include the scientific method, inference, biology, chemistry, physics, and earth science. Pre- and post-test and interim examinations are conducted. Reading/Language skills are very important for success with this area of the G.E.D. test.

Recommended class length: 20 hours. Groups of 15-25 are suggested.


G.E.D. History

The materials covered will directly focus on the content areas of the Social Studies G.E.D. exam. Subjects include map skills, geography, U.S. history, economics, behavioral science, political science, and famous essays and documents. Reading/Language skills are very important for success with this area of the G.E.D. test.

Recommended class length: 20 hours. Groups of 15-25 are suggested.


Adult Basic Education - English Second Language

Instruction will include vocabulary bank for job application, writing and reading of manuals, pamphlets, and brochures. Instruction includes role play in speaking and dealing with real life problems, basic skills applications in specific scenarios, and confidence building activities to enhance on the job performance.

Recommended class length: 100 hours minimum. Groups of 15-25 are suggested.


English in the Workplace (non - G.E.D.)

This course is recommended for employees who have a high school degree or equivalent, but who would benefit from a review of basic English grammar and writing. Instruction in grammar, writing, and speaking is included in a course oriented to "on the job" skills.

Recommended class length: 30 hours. Groups of 15-25 are suggested.


Math in the Workplace (non - G.E.D.)

This course is recommended for employees who have a high school degree or equivalent, but who would benefit from a review of math. Skills learned in mathematics will be addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, measurement, fractions, percents, and decimals. Special focus on measurement and "on the job" applications of the above skills will emphasized. Basic shop math can be included.

Recommended class length: 30 hours. Groups of 15-25 are suggested.


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