SBCC School of Extended Learning, Career Skills Institute
Set yourself up for success with Personalized Career Planning. This 2-part short course focuses on the assessment of individuals strengths, interests, values, personality and abilities in the context of career and education planning. Improve your decision-making skills by exploring your own decision-making styles and applying specific decision-making models to the career planning process.
You may elect to take this course independent of a Career Skills Institute digital badge or apply it to the Career Strategist Certificate / digital badge. Each related course is designed and taught by a career counselor to improve the career development competencies required for strategic career decision making when seeking, obtaining, maintaining or changing jobs.
To obtain the Career Strategist Certificate, participants must complete a total of three required courses:
(1) Personalized Career Planning
(2) Strategic Job Search
(3) LinkedIn for Business
Personalized Career Planning takes place on Saturdays, April 16 and April 23. Classes will be held 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM.
Course number: PDW NC001 (CRN 66877)
Date: Saturdays, April 16 and April 23
Time: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Location: Wake 28
Class cost: Free
Contact: Register online at https://www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning. For assistance with registration, call (805) 683-8205.
About SBCC School of Extended Learning
The School of Extended Learning responds to the diverse learning needs of the adult population in the Santa Barbara community by advancing career and life skills, and building bridges to credit.
SBCC Career Skills Institute is part of the programs offered through the School of Extended Learning. The innovative program is endorsed by LinkedIn® and serves job seekers, employers and employees with a tuition–free, noncredit certificate program to provide career training for employees and job seekers. Participants can earn certificates and digital badges demonstrating knowledge and skills in over 60 areas of business, design, technology, and career education. For more information, visit www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning.