Earn a National Career Readiness Certificate for FREE by enrolling into the On-line WorkKeys Course.
This is a 4-week, on-line course designed to prepare individuals to take the WorkKeys test.
Dates will Be Available Spring 2021
ACT WorkKeys® Assessments are the cornerstone of ACT workforce solutions. The assessments measure foundational skills required for success in the workplace, and help measure the workplace skills that can affect job performance. WorkKeys assessments are:
- Relevant—WorkKeys® assessments are developed to solve actual workplace problems. Unlike other assessments, they don’t simply give an indication of reading and writing competency. Instead, they measure a range of hard and soft skills relevant to any occupation, at any level, and across industries.
- Recognized—Successful completion of WorkKeys core assessments can lead to earning an ACT WorkKeys® National Career Readiness Certificate™ (ACT WorkKeys NCRC®)—a credential that verifies the skills found to be most essential across industries and occupations. Tens of thousands of employers recognize the value of the NCRC, and many recommend the credential to candidates.
Each assessment offers varying levels of difficulty. The levels build on each other, incorporating the skills assessed at the previous levels. For example, at Level 5, individuals need the skills from Levels 3, 4, and 5. The complexity increases as the quantity and/or density of the information increases.
Assessments are web-based and most take one hour. They are offered in both English and Spanish.
National Career Readiness Certificate
Individuals who successfully complete the three WorkKeys Assessments—Applied Math, Graphic Literacy, and Workplace Documents—earn the WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate® (WorkKeysNCRC®), a valuable credential for students and job seekers seeking to verify foundational workplace skills.
Flexible with Orientation Date and Time (Opelika Campus Only):
SUSCC Opelika Campus
Adult Education and Technical Bldg. 1
301 Lake Condy Road
For more information, please contact Annie Gamill,
Adult Education Student Case Manager
at (334) 745-6437 ext. 5363
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