Soft skills are the intangible personal qualities that employers want in workers; dependability, work ethic, positive attitude, flexibility, team-oriented, and able to work under pressure. Now job candidates can prove they have the soft skills employers desire most.
Working Smart, a 16-lesson soft skills curriculum taught over a minimum of 24 hours. Participants receive certificates only after they demonstrate competency using self-awareness, self-management, communication, and problem-solving skills. They must also demonstrate aptitude in work ethic.
The first class begins May 9th at the NCWorks Career Center at Tillery Place in Raleigh. Participants must register online at NCWorks.gov and attend all sessions.