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1 Work Habits and the Ontario Skills Passport

2 Ontario Skills Passport (OSP)

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4 Work Habits in the OSP Working Safely Initiative Teamwork Self-advocacy Reliability Customer Service Organization Entrepreneurship Working Independently

5 OSP Work Habits Each work habit has performance indicators There are no skill levels associated with work habits.

6 Working Safely Working in a manner that prevents injury to self and others Reporting unsafe conditions Participating in health and safety training, as required Using and wearing all required protective equipment and devices

7 Working Safely WorkI report unsafe working conditions to my supervisor. LearningI know the WHMIS symbols and what they stand for. LifeI regularly replace the batteries in my smoke detectors at home.

8 Teamwork Working willingly with others Showing respect for the ideas and opinions of others Taking responsibility for his or her share of the work Contributing to the team effort by sharing information, resources, and expertise

9 Teamwork WorkI always help co-workers but especially when they are overloaded with work. LearningIn a group assignment, I do my fair share of the work. LifeI listen attentively to the ideas of others.

10 Reliability Being punctual Following directions Giving attention to detail Using time effectively and producing work on time Acting in accordance with health and safety practices

11 Reliability WorkI meet my deadlines. LearningI regularly attend classes and am on time. LifeI am on time for appointments.

12 Organization Organizing work priorities when faced with a number of tasks Devising and following a coherent plan to complete a task Revising the plan when necessary to complete a task or to make improvements

13 Organization WorkI plan my day so I know which task I need to complete first. LearningI use a planner to record all due dates for assignments and projects. LifeI plan my weekly menu so that I make fewer trips to the grocery store.

14 Working Independently Accomplishing tasks independently Independently selecting, evaluating, and using appropriate materials, tools, resources, and activities Using prior knowledge and experience to solve problems and make decisions

15 Working Independently WorkI complete my job tasks with little or no direction. LearningI am self-motivated to complete tasks. LifeI complete daily chores around the house without being reminded.

16 Initiative Beginning and completing tasks with little prompting Approaching new tasks with confidence and a positive attitude Seeking assistance when necessary

17 Initiative WorkIf I finish a task, I look for other work to do. LearningI help a classmate who needs assistance. LifeI look for ways to help my family, friends and community.

18 Self-advocacy Asking questions and seeking clarification, where appropriate Identifying and making use of appropriate resources and support when needed Being proactive regarding individual rights and responsibilities, where appropriate

19 Self-advocacy WorkI know my legal rights as an employee or employer. LearningI research a variety of educational opportunities before I make a decision about which one will suit me best. LifeI know my consumer rights and know whom to contact if I need help.

20 Customer Service Listening effectively to determine and meet clients needs Interacting positively with both co-workers and clients/customers Endeavouring to meet and exceed expectations Creating a positive impression of the company or organization

21 Customer Service WorkI reply to a customers in a timely manner. LearningI am respectful to my instructors and classmates. LifeI try to be friendly with people, even if Im having a bad day.

22 Entrepreneurship Recognizing and acting on opportunities Showing perseverance Being innovative and creative Being versatile and resourceful

23 Entrepreneurship WorkI research new product ideas for my employer. LearningI make suggestions for new extra-curricular activities in my school and offer to lead these activities. LifeI create and run a fundraising event in the community.

24 Choose That Work Habit Decide which Work Habit is being demonstrated: DescriptionWork Habit I like to brainstorm ideas for new projects and make them happen... Teamwork I use To Do Lists... Reliability I keep my promises... Initiative I am self-motivated to complete tasks... Organization I always help my co-workers, especially when they are overloaded with work... Customer Service I read the label on cleaning products before using them... Self-advocacy If I finish a task, I look for other work to do... Entrepreneurship I reply to a customers in a timely manner... Working Independently I know my consumer rights and know whom to contact if I need help. Working Safely

25 Choose That Work Habit Decide which Work Habit is being demonstrated: DescriptionWork Habit I like to brainstorm ideas for new projects and make them happen... Entrepreneurship I use To Do Lists... Organization I keep my promises... Reliability I am self-motivated to complete tasks... Working Independently I always help my co-workers, especially when they are overloaded with work... Teamwork I read the label on cleaning products before using them... Working Safely If I finish a task, I look for other work to do... Initiative I reply to a customers in a timely manner... Customer Service I know my consumer rights and know whom to contact if I need help. Self-advocacy

26 SKILLS ZONE

27 Review 1.Work habits have performance indicators 2.Work habits do not have skill levels


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