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The Working series sets the bar for teaching job skills to students with mild to severe developmentally 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. Interviews with employers and counselors advising on how to present one’s self to best advantage are 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.

These two programs have become the most respected and widely used video series on working skills for special education and disabled students.

Working 1: Attitudes and Habits

This module addresses the most important aspects of getting and keeping a job. This module includes informative interviews with actual employers talking about characteristics that are distinct in a quality employee.

Working 2: Interpersonal Skills Training for Employment

This module includes twenty-four separate video lessons that teach interpersonal skills that have been identified by experts in the field of vocational training as most important for job tenure. Two training sections focus on the specific areas and skills your students need most, interacting with supervisors and interacting with co-workers.

 


Working is composed of (2) Modules: