How often have you heard from employers that they are looking to hire graduates with the book knowledge and essential soft skills needed to be successful in the workplace? Many employers believe soft skills are just as important, if not more so, than hard skills. As an educator, how can you teach soft skills to college students? During this workshop, participants learn about the necessary soft skills most employers desire. Participants leave with a set of strategies they can use to help their students develop soft skills that are critical for future success.
By the end of this workshop, participants know or will be able to:
Plans for Audience Participation and Interaction:
Role play, discussion, and poll questions.
Learners receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of a virtual workshop evaluation. To earn CEUs and a certificate denoting the number of CEUs earned, the learner must successfully pass the learning assessment with a score of 80% or higher.
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Terri Fleming, department chair for Healthcare Specialist Programs at Ivy Tech Community College-Indianapolis, is an outcomes-driven academic professional with more than 25 years of higher education experience. She is highly skilled in leadership, student development, curriculum pathways, assessment, working with diverse teams, grant proposal writing, dual credit partnerships, adult education, program review, faculty development, enrollment management, and workforce alignment. Dr. Fleming is dedicated to academic excellence and student success. She is always looking for innovative ways to improve the courses she teaches. Her enthusiasm and motivation come from a deep desire to see every student succeed.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Cancellation and refund requests, minus a $25 administrative fee, must be received no later than two weeks prior to the scheduled event. Refunds will not be given for no-shows. Substitutions are accepted at any time prior to the workshop by submitting a written request to email@example.com. The individual requesting the transfer is responsible for all financial obligations (any balance due) associated with the transfer.
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