Planning Ahead

Learn to stay ahead of scheduling conflicts by planning ahead.
CEU Credit Earned
0.1
Time Commitment
Low

Description

When you accept a new job, one of the biggest challenges can be balancing your work schedule and your personal life. While every job has different expectations and policies to navigate, you can stay ahead of scheduling conflicts by taking the time to plan ahead and research your new company's protocol.

Objectives

  1. Learners will be able to explain the importance of planning ahead for time off.
  2. Learners will be able to differentiate between types of leave.
  3. Learners will be able to request time off appropriately.

Additional Info

Prerequisite Skills

The ability to manage time and work independently on a course, the ability to read content at a sixth grade level in a digital format (or accessibility tools to assist, like screenreader software)

Course Grading Policy

In order to receive CEU credit for this course you must: complete all free-response questions, earn a score of 70% or higher on any quizzes

Technical Equipment and Skills

  • Equipment: a computer, tablet, or smart phone, access to the internet, headphones (optional)
  • Skills: the ability to navigate a course within a web browser

Accessibility and Support

This course has been designed to be accessible for all users. It is accessible on both computers and mobile devices like tablets and phones. If you have questions about accessibility, please contact us.

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Course Plan
  • Planning Ahead