Career Engagement Team

Next Development Step


  • These steps will help you to plan your development to qualify for an occupation which is closer to one of your long term career goals. First, identify an experience in which you have done some Work Activities you want to do in the future. Second, what is that Work Activity? Third, what is a desired occupation which uses that work activity? Fourh, what is a Work Activity frequently used in that occupation which you would like to develop? Fifth, what is an activity you can do or a thought you can make which will give you some experience with the new Work Activity?

  • It helps to discuss these steps with a learning partner. Approach a potential parner or join a Career Engagement Team Career Research Community.

  • Using ONET to see other occupational possibilities and completing entries in the following Table will open your thinking to new possibilities.


Experience Top 5 Work
Activities Used
Potential Occupational
Goal
Top 5 Work Activities
To Be Used
Development Step
To Be Made
Fast Food Workers Getting Information
Performing for Public
Communicating Inside Org.
Identifying
Coordinating
Sociologists Analyzing
Getting Information
Interacting with Computers
Interpreting
Updating/Using Knowledge
Appeciate the
role of knowledge.
Team Assemblers Getting Information
Communicating Inside Org.
Identifying
Monitoring Processes
Inspecting Equipment
Instructional Coordinators Communicating Inside Org.
Teaching
Getting Information
Monitoring Processes
Updating/Using Knowledge
Engage in training
new employees.
Nursery Workers Handling/Moving Objects
Performing Physically
Communicating Inside Org.
Getting Information
Performing for Public
Fitness Trainers Performing Physically.
Updating/Using Knowledge
Relating
Performing for Public
Handling/Moving Ojects
Demonstrate
correct posture.
Security Guard Getting Information
Communicating Inside Org.
Documenting
Making Decisions
Monitoring Processes
Psychiatrist Assisting/Caring
Getting Information
Making Decisions
Establishing Relationships
Updating/Using Knowledge
Develop/demonstrate
interpersonal skills.

Copyright 2017: Bill Gregory,Ed.D.