The Common Employability Skills framework advances a unifying set of skills across the workforce development and education sectors.
Job seekers need to understand fundamental skills and employer expectations to prepare for success. The framework can map skill requirements to credentials and career paths such as personal skills, people skills, work places skills and applied knowledge. Upward movement through an organization could depend in part on the demonstration of these skills. In doing so these models allow both job seekers and employees to understand the skills employers believe will prepare individuals to succeed.
National Network Of Business And Industry Associations
National Network Common Employability Skills
These employability skills are interconnected to allow employers to look at the full scope of what skills are necessary in all major economic sectors. Together, attainment of these business-defined skills prepares individuals for careers and for further education and training
Perkins Collaborative Resource Network
US Department of Education, Office of Career Technical and Adult Education, Employability Framework
Why Employability Skills? Successful careers are built on solid personal and interpersonal skills. Defining, measuring, and building these skills— even naming them— can be challenging.
AHIMA Career Map
The Career Map features in-depth information about the many career options for HIM professionals and includes updated salary study results and job data.
Leadership Communication Modules
Communication, both verbal and nonverbal, is at the foundation of everything we do and say, and is especially important in the modern workplace. The focus of this module is to heighten learners' awareness of workplace communication, with the end result of becoming a more competent communicator overall. Target areas include: general and organizational best practices, information sharing, effective communication, empathy and sensitivity in communication, motivating others, and conflict management.
General & Organizational Best Practices
Empathy and Sensitivity in Communication
Provide Greater Financial Security
Health data is a vital element of health care, including efforts to curb the pandemic.
By doing their jobs effectively, health Information professionals, enable providers more time to focus on patient care. Health Information professionals are making a tremendous difference as our world tries to curb COVID-19.