The Employability Skills Development book
The Employability Skills Development book contains activities designed to develop learners' skills in 12 areas: self-management; team working; business and enterprise; customer awareness; problem solving; communication; working with numbers; IT in the workplace; applying for a job; exploring job opportunities; rights and responsibilities at work; and health and safety in the workplace.
- are flexible and can meet the needs of different learners
- support personalised learning
- can be used in a range of contexts and for different programmes of learning
- encourage a ‘pick and mix’ approach, allowing learning opportunities to be chosen for varying time frames
- are generic and can be adapted to suit any vocational interest
After completing an initial self-assessment, learners choose appropriate activities to develop their employability skills. At the end of the course learners complete a self-assessment review to reflect on their progress and development.
View sample pages from the Employability Skills Development book.
Tutors can reward learners' achievements using internally-awarded certificates. A suggested 20 hours of learning, or at least one challenge from each section, should be completed before certificates are awarded.
Certificates are available to purchase in packs of 20 and can be awarded at the discretion of the tutor.
The Employability Skills Development course is easy to set up and administrate – simply purchase resources and get started!
Materials are available for anyone to purchase, regardless of whether they are part of an ASDAN centre or not, using our online shop.
Registered centres can log in to the members area to place their order.
All student book, certification and registration prices shown below are per learner, unless otherwise stated.
|Employability Skills Development book (one per learner)
|Employability Skills Development certificates (optional, pack of 20)
Please note that prices are listed with VAT at 20% where appropriate. All prices valid until 31 August 2018.