The program organizes essential job skills into a small group of the most important behaviors. Experts have found that a small group of the most critical behaviors or skills in any hierarchical grouping are usually all that need to be mastered for someone to be considered smart or competent. JobSmart will teach your students what experts consider to be the most important WORK Do’s and Don’ts. In each program, students discover the most important behaviors related to not finding a job, and what to do instead. These behaviors are presented in two modules with 6 stand-alone video segments.
JobSmart sets the bar for teaching job skills to students with developmental disabilities. These acclaimed programs use VideoModeling to cover everything today’s students need to know about landing a job, from interview conduct and self-presentation skills, to keeping that job by getting along with the boss and co-workers.
Students will remember these job skills because they’re reinforced with the famous NotSmart/JobSmart scenarios that vividly and graphically show students how wrong one can go in the workplace — and how to get it right.
How to Avoid Staying Unemployed
Your students will see the top 10 things people do, or don’t do, that keep them unemployed…and what to do instead.
How to Avoid Irritating Your Co-Workers
This section demonstrates what is irritating to co-workers. Humor makes this topic crystal clear.
How to Avoid Irritating Your Boss
The Stanfield Comedy Players have a field day with this topic, illustrating the 10 ways to irritate the boss and what to do instead.
How to Get a Promotion
Your students will learn the top 10 things they can to do to be considered for a promotion and that even with strong job skills, a bad attitude will be noticed.
How to Avoid Getting Fired
Some things can get you fired on the spot! Common reasons for immediate termination are illustrated here as well as how to avoid them.
How to Avoid Getting Hurt on the Job
The Stanfield Comedy players illustrate common ways employees injure themselves on the job and what to do instead.