Essential Employability Skills (EES)

Teaching: Sep 2015
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We need to prepare for the world of work by developing skills that EMPLOYERS say are important.

 

Transferrable skills can be applied in any job, in any employment sector. Developing these skills makes us more employable.

 

We already know the importance of communication, digital literacy and numeracy skills. But employers are looking for something more…

 

The Essential Employability Skills qualification includes four skills that are considered important for employability:

  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving – identifying problems and deciding the best ways to solve them
  • Planning and Organisation – carrying out a task, deciding what resources are required by who and when
  • Creativity and Innovation - thinking up ideas and creating ways to develop them
  • Personal Effectiveness – the skills needed to work alone and in a team.
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Upcoming Professional Learning Events

There are no events currently scheduled for this qualification. 

 

Our annual programme is published and open for bookings during the summer term. Sign up for the latest updates here.

 

Materials from previous courses can be found on the Secure website and/or under the Materials tab.

 

If you need further information or support, please contact our Professional Learning Team via cpd@wjec.co.uk.

Materials from previous courses can be found on the Secure website.

 

If you need further information or support, please contact our Professional Learning Team via cpd@wjec.co.uk.

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Have a question about Essential Employability Skills (EES)?
I'm Bryan Davies
Head of Essential Skills Wales
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Welsh Baccalaureate and Skills Co-ordinator
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