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.
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.
Disruptive behavior is defined as any behavior by a student while in class, on campus, or on a college-sponsored activity that interferes with instruction, interferes with another student's right to pursue learning, violates college policies, violates local, state or federal laws, or generally interferes with the smooth operation of the college.
The Chattanooga State Marketing & Communications Department's chief responsibility is to support the recruitment and retention efforts of the College. This is done by aggressively promoting Chattanooga State's programs, services and exemplary faculty and staff.
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