Presentation on theme: "CAREER ADVANCEMENT & EDUCATION Presented by MT|SHRM."— Presentation transcript:
CAREER ADVANCEMENT & EDUCATION Presented by MT|SHRM
Advancing at Work Always arrive to work on time Dress for the job you want Be a team player Complete tasks/assignments On Time To best of your ability Seek out new assignments Have a positive attitude Take advantage of any training offered
Tips & discussion on advancing in your current job Advancing at Work
Examples of Advancing – Store Entry level Stock, Cashier, Customer Service, Bagger Lead team member Stock, Cashier, Customer Service, Bagger Assistant Department Manager Department Manager Assistant Store Manager Store Manager What can you do to move up in a store setting?
Examples of Advancing - Childcare Teacher’s Aids Assistant Teachers Teachers Lead Teachers Site Supervisors Program Directors What can you do to move up in a child care setting?
Examples of Advancing - Healthcare Entry level Receptionist Nurses Assistant – certificate program usually required PT Assistant – 2 year program Experienced Opportunities Surgery Scheduler Registered Nurse – 2 or 4 year degree Physical Therapist – 4 year degree For more information on Healthcare Careers visit
What is the right option for you? Education
Education: What does the future hold? Chamber of Commerce Study By 2019, the Nashville area will add nearly 151,000 jobs. About 45% of them will require some form of college Two-Thirds of new jobs expected to be in Professional & Business Services; Education & Health Services; Trade, Transportation & Utilities Highest growth in high skill occupations: Nursing Accounting and financial management Various managerial positions High skill IT-related occupations Truck driving
Education Options Certificate Programs Nurses Aid Surgical Technology Accounting Technology Supply Chain HVAC Wilder-Naife Technical Skills Grant Allows completion of programs at Tennessee Technology Center
Financing Education College Pays Website Pell Grant A Federal Pell Grant, unlike a loan, does not have to be repaid. The amount depends on your financial need, costs to attend school, status as a full-time or part-time student, and plans to attend school for a full academic year or less.