Berwyn, PA (Philadelphia) April 25, 2017 - Career Solutions Publishing continued to grow its work readiness outreach to transition programs by exhibiting at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Expo in Boston April 18-21.
As federal and state laws focus on readiness for work for special education students, transition programs turn to Career Solutions Publishing for soft skills, work ethics, and job readiness materials that center on customer service, relationships with coworkers, effective work behaviors, communication, money management, and blended academics and career content.
Teachers at the CEC conference were especially interested in practical materials for their autism students moving toward employment, according to Christopher Needles, Career Solutions Publishing technical support specialist shown here at the company's exhibit booth.
Career Solutions Publishing software delivers relevant work readiness training and also identifies students' knowledge across a wide variety of work-related topics employers insist are essential. The teacher-friendly, online measurement tools of The Teacher's Desktop that comes with the online version of materials shortcuts the teacher's time spent in grading and record keeping.