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This 2-day workshop formally known as Career Technical Training Track (C.T.T.T.) offers a unique opportunity to identify skills, increase awareness of training and credentialing programs, and develop an action plan to achieve career goals. Service members and spouses who attend the Department of Labor Career Exploration and Planning Track (C.E.P.T.) workshop will complete a personalized career development assessment of occupational interest and ability. This industry-standard assessment will present workshop participants with a variety of tailored job recommendations aligned with interests and aptitudes, some of which are classified as “high demand” or “high growth” occupations. Participants will learn to utilize self-sustaining tools to narrow their career focus by establishing achievable career goals and development strategies. Workshop facilitators will guide participants through a variety of career considerations including labor market projections, education, apprenticeships, certifications, and licensure requirements.
MCCS Marine and Family Programs-Resources will host the next C.E.P.T. aboard Camp Foster Education Center Bldg. 5679 from 0800-1630 on 7-8 October, 2019
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