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According to the Americans with Disabilities Act, a service animal is defined as "any dog individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability."
KeyTrain® is a comprehensive, yet easy-to-use system for improving the basic skills measured by the WorkKeys® Employment System. Using KeyTrain, you can assess your potential WorkKeys score, review topics in each WorkKeys skill area, and practice problems similar to those on an actual WorkKeys assessment. KeyTrain is an Internet-based solution available to the public for a fee, making it convenient for you to train anytime, anyplace.
Career Readiness Certificates (CRC) have become popular nationwide as a system for certifying the basic skills necessary for success in typical jobs. A CRC gives specific information about a person's ability to perform common tasks that all employers require. Over 35 states have implemented, are implementing, or are interested in implementing programs using the CRC.
Authorized job profilers completed the job profiling process for several thousand jobs. There are more than 400 occupational profiles that represent more than 4,500 profiled jobs. The occupation titles used in the database match the titles in the Department of Labor's Occupational Information Network database (O*NET™).
The WorkKeys system used in the Chattanooga State Regional WorkKeys Center offers the full range of WorkKeys programs and services.
This event celebrates the induction of distinguished alumni, coaches, staff, and volunteers into the Chattanooga State Athletic Hall of Fame honoring their achievements and contributions.
View our past Athletic Hall of Fame inductees.
The new Tennessee Valley Institute of Materials Joining and Testing (IMJAT) provides both rapid training and retraining designed to meet the needs of area employers and employees.