Conducting a Job Analysis


This training teaches the process of data collection called a job analysis in supported employment, or how to collect describe approaches to train workers.

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The process of data collection is called a job analysis in supported employment, or how to collect data and describe approaches to train workers. This training will look at job analysis in supported employment– how to collect data, offer strategies on what kinds of information to collect, and describe ways to synthesize the key content into a useful tool for job success. The two most important features of job success is job matching and job training. Both of these processes depend on how well you have been able to gather information on the tasks and context for any job. A job analysis should not be haphazard, inaccurate, or leave out critical information — as this can create worker mismatches with tasks or cause inappropriate training. Credit Hours: 4

  1. Introduction
  2. Job Components
  3. Methods of Analysis
  4. Determining Task Flow
  5. Example of
  6. Reviewing Soft Skills
  7. Safety on the Job Site
  8. Task Efficiency
  9. Task Modifications
  10. Synthesizing Information – Sample Forms
  11. Conclusion: Support Plan
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