The Working World for Young Adults Life Skills DVD Series

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Grades 7-12.

Covers topics such as the importance of a strong work ethic, how to keep clients and customers happy, what makes for good customer service and bad customer service, why people need to work, and what skills are needed to stay competitive in the global marketplace. Each DVD provides young workers with plenty of sound advice for succeeding in the working world. Includes all four DVDs listed below. Each DVD is 21 minutes. Copyright 2006.

Work Ethic: A Commitment to Work - Beginning wage earners learn the importance of a strong work ethic and how it relates to their success as they embark on their working careers. Real world location settings that highlight active young workers supported with expert commentaries help reinforce the concepts.

Customer Service: An Attitude Not an Occupation - The bottom line for any position is keeping the client happy. In this program, young earners see firsthand what makes for good customer service and bad customer service. Once they’re on the job, they learn the importance of putting the golden rule for customer service into action.

Why Work? - Work is a lifelong journey and many experts suggest that the sooner you begin the better. Unless you are independently wealthy or lucky at Lotto, you are going to be working for most of your adult life. Viewers learn that when you commit to your job, career advancement, job satisfaction, and a sense of fulfillment will follow.

The Global Marketplace: How Will You Compete? - In this up-to-date program, young workers learn the importance of the global marketplace. As workers, they will be required to compete for employment with people of different nationalities from all over the world. What skills will best help them stay competitive? What can they bring to the market to make themselves more desirable to this global working world?

Item Weight: 0.81
Brand: Film Ideas
Prop 65:
Age: 12 yrs. - 18 yrs.
Grade: 7 - 12
School Type: Middle School, High School
Subject Areas: Career Development


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