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Webinar--Facilitating Use of ONET Occupational Information by Career Changers

  • January 09, 2014
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Webinar


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Webinar Presentation
Presenter: Bill Gregory

Be sure your microphone and speakers are working. We will be online from 6:30 pm PST to 9:00 pm PST to allow time for discussing and sharing. The formal presentation will be from 7:00 pm PST to 8:30 pm PST.

Helping a client take advantage of resources of ONET can lead the way to expanding perceptions, reducing stereotyping, and discovering new options. Just pointing them to the site with no introduction or guidance might increase their narrow doomsday thinking and hurt confidence.

Bill Gregory will show how 5 ONET search routines will help a client to dream and how 5 other search routines will result in realistic planning. Success stories from the audience will give you the specifics you need to manage your clients for productive use of the ONET resource.

If you have a success story to share you will have up to 5 minutes to tell it to the group.

If you send a picture of yourself and/or your web site it will be used when you speak.

This webinar presentation will be posted to You Tube if it is successful. PSDCA will be credited for its role.

Register as soon as possible. You will receive a link to download the GoToWebinar client one week prior to the meeting. Once you register you will receive detailed instructions. AND, don't forget to let me know if you would like to present a success story.  Email to:  billgreg@YAHOO.com

 We will cover -

  • How to introduce ONET to a client to insure a positive experience.
  • How ONET's Generalized Work Activities can be used to win when Moneyball Recruiting, which values experiences over abilities, is being used.
  • Where to find and use industry wide competency models from ONET.
  • How to use ONET to create potential career paths for clients.

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