1.) Reading at Work
Reading and understanding written information in many different types of workplace documents, e.g., work instructions, emails and memos, health & safety manuals & policies & reports.
2.) Document Use at Work
Finding & using the information you need, putting in information where it is needed, and constructing information displays are all document use tasks. Icons, labels, lists, tables, forms, graphs, signs, maps, gauges, images, schedules, schematics, touch screens & technical drawings are examples of documents or information displays used in a work place.
3.) Numeracy at Work
Using numbers and thinking mathematically to measure and make calculations, to estimate, to work with money, to analyze numerical trends and to create schedules and budgets.
4.) Writing at Work
Using the written work to create a clear message.
5.) Oral Communication at Work
Talking with others to give and exchange information & ideas, such as: asking questions, giving directions, coordinating work tasks, explaining & persuading.
6.) Working with Others at Work
Leading, coordinating or collaborating with others on work activities.
7.) Thinking Skills at Work
Thinking Skills include: problem solving, job task planning and organizing, finding information, critical thinking, significant use of memory and decision making. Using a thinking process to solve problems, orginize and plan, find needed information, be logical, remember things and make decisions.
8.) Digital Technology at Work
Using information and communication technology.
9.) Continuous Learning at Work
Applying strategies which support workplace learning and the ability to adapt to change.