Job Readiness is a cognitive behavioral group which utilizes a 26-page workbook that is designed to present what a "good employee" is, it contains a self-assessment, discusses work goals and habits, and explains how to get and keep a job. It also explains how and why people get promoted. This program is targeted to individuals who are about to enter the work world as well as those who have poor work histories. This curriculum is utilized by numerous re-entry programs. Job readiness is used in correctional program, probation and parole, drug courts, community corrections, diversion programs, educational institutions, and private settings.
The program has 6 sections with homework to be completed prior to group and presented in 6 group meetings once a week 1.5 hours per group meeting. The program is open-ended and conducted in ongoing groups where new members enter when assigned or as an educational program where all members proceed at the same time.
B.D.B.C. in collaboration with our partnerships offers the following occupational/job skills.
(Job Readiness - prerequisite)
1. Construction 2. Landscape
3. Electrical 4. Logistics
5. Plumbing 6. Audio Engineering
7. Upholstery 8. Residential/Commercial Inspection
9. Warehouse 10. Shelter Training
11. Forklift 12. Auto Detailing
13. Auto shop 14. Administration
1. Janitorial 16. Coding
1. Fuimaono Construction
2. Napa/Solano Apprenticeship
3. C.P. Inspections
6. Fairfield Upholstery
7. Shelter Attendant
(Placement premised on availability)
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