If you aren’t sure you will stand out from the other 250+ applicants, you need the Ready to Work Credential. For example, it can help you stand out from the crowd in situations such as:
You don’t have extensive work experience, but want to show you can do the job.
Your educational background isn’t a traditional fit for the job, but you want to prove you have the skills to be successful.
Your resume is good, but needs to stand out and prove you are the one for the job.
Make Your Resume
Make sure the employer sees that you should be interviewed because you have the skills.
Highlight your Ready to Work Credential to prove you have the foundational and professional skills necessary for the job.
Have the ability to explain your skills and the value you can bring to the company.
Make A Lasting
Examples of what to say during an interview:
“I really want this job so I spent the time earning an employer recognized credential demonstrating that I have the required foundational skills needed for this occupation.”
“I know how important it is for you to find the candidate who will be most productive. I should be hired because people like me who have this credential have a proven history of requiring less training time and having less turnover.”
“I’m sure there are lots of other good candidates out there but with me, you have rare proof that I have the skills for this type of job.”
Set Your Credential Goal
Use the job benchmarks tool to see what credential level you need.
Use the self-paced diagnostic and training to skill up.
Take the credential exam to prove your skill proficiency for your targeted occupation.
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WorkforceEDU makes no representation, warranty, or guaranty that purchasing or obtaining the Ready to Work Credential will result in improvements to your job search process, finding a job, or securing higher pay. WorkforceEDU further makes no representation, warranty, or guaranty that any candidate who has obtained the credential will have necessary qualifications for a position beyond the skills shown by the credential.