Are you interested in becoming a Certified Work Ethic Trainer? Now is your chance! This October, we’re partnering up with Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa Regional Occupational Program, to host a Train-the-Trainer event in Redlands, California. Participants at this event will have the opportunity to learn all about The Center for Work Ethic Development’s ‘Bring Your ‘A’ Game’ Curriculum[…]
We’ve analyzed Millennials at length – we know about their work habits, buying preferences, debt accumulation, political ideals and just about everything else. But what about the generation that’s coming up behind them? They’re called Generation Z, and they’re quickly coming of age. Soon they’ll be voting and taking over the workforce, just like Millennials[…]
Conducting a soft-skills training can be tough, depending on a number of factors. For example, the weather is bad and people are late, the attendees don’t want to be there, or worst of all, you’re unprepared. Training is more art than science, and while a savvy sense of humor and positive, upbeat attitude form the[…]
In much of western Europe, compulsory education ends after ninth grade. From there, students can choose to follow a college-preparatory or a vocational path. In Switzerland, fully 70 percent of students choose a vocational path over the academic, with about 230 different occupations from which to choose. Student spend about four years working an apprenticeship[…]
Today’s work environments are often fast-paced, complex and crowded. They can be daunting for any worker, but if for a recent graduate, a stay-at-home-parent returning to work, a former inmate who was recently released from custody, or even someone who has just been unemployed for a while, getting into the groove of the workday can take[…]
Welcome to the Center for Work Ethic Development Posted on March 28, 2016 Welcome to the Center for Work Ethic Development. We are the foremost authority on the application of entry-level soft skills to the workplace. Using our targeted curricula, we are helping organizations and individuals build work ethic.