Soft Skills Program Created for Boys & Girls Clubs, Rotary Organizations and Jaycee’s

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Soft Skills Company recognizes the need to prepare younger students for the workforce

We created a soft skills course that can be easily taught in any school or business

Preparing students to enter the workforce is something businesses have asked educators to teach younger people before they seek a job. Schools, from middle grades through colleges and universities are not prepared to develop a soft skills curriculum for their students because they are not familiar with the requirements businesses are requesting.

Recently a company, Business SoftSkills, has created a “Job Readiness” program that teaches how to be job ready for the workplace. The program is offered as a DVD set and as online videos which include the most needed soft skills that business have been requesting, such as: How to be a Power Listener; How to Interact and talk to Customers on the Phone, Writing emails for business, How to Become a Good Employee and What the Employer Expects from You, among several other topics.

Each of the video lessons is professionally created using business professionals to teach the soft skills. The lessons use case studies and role-playing to re-enforce what is being taught. A review and quiz, plus reference cards are part of the documentation for each lesson.

“A number of civic and local government organizations are now trying to help their citizens become educated in the Job Readiness area. It isn’t an easy task to find one complete program that exists,” commented Jim Stedt, a partner at the Business SoftSkills company. “That’s why we created a complete course that is ready to be taught in any school or business, all the instructor needs to do is to give the students the time to learn these soft skills,” said Stedt.

The Job Readiness Program is a complete turn-key product that is available for Cities, County seats, Town Councils, Chamber of Commerce as well as Boys and Girls Clubs, Rotary’s S4TL, Jaycee’s and any organization that wants to teach soft skills to those seeking employment or to advance in their career.

Business SoftSkills began in 2005 producing videos to help educate people by improving their soft skills, which are those skills not normally taught in colleges, or universities. Business SoftSkills is a leading company that produces a full library of video lessons helping people find a job and improve their opportunity to advance in their careers. Visit the web site at: For additional information please send an email to: info(at)

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