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CKTC students complete Career Readiness Certification

CKTC students complete Career Readiness Certification

Fort Cobb, OK – November 10, 2014 – ACT's National Career Readiness Certificate is a credential that demonstrates achievement and a certain level of workplace employability skills. Individuals earn the NCRC by taking three WorkKeys® assessments in Applied Mathematics, Locating Information and Reading for Information.

WorkKeys assessments measure "real world" skills that employers believe are critical to job success. Test questions are based on situations in the everyday work world.

The ACT NCRC offers the efficient matching of talent with work—which helps people find great jobs, companies find skilled workers, and our nation's economy grow and prosper. Launched in 2006, today more than 2.3 million certificates have been issued and more than 40 states have statewide or regional certificate programs.

 

Those students who were recently recognized during the CKTC Gold Star Assembly are Valerie Tenequer, Administrative Assistant, Anadarko; Jordan Yosick, Administrative Assistant, Anadarko; and Lindsay Groff, LPN, Hinton.

More information about CKTC is available online at www.caddokiowa.com or by calling 405.643.5511.

WorkKeys Certification 

Instructional Leader Christi Smith presents LPN Student Lindsay Groff (Hinton) with her Career Readiness certificate.

WorkKeys Certification 

Instructional Leader Christi Smith presents Administrative Assistant Student Valerie Tenequer (Anadarko) with her Career Readiness certificate.

WorkKeys Certification 

Instructional Leader Christi Smith presents Administrative Assistant Student Jordan Yosick (Anadarko) with her Career Readiness certificate.

 

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