- click here to logon to
This online software program introduces all students to Career Readiness
courseware which assists with WorkKeys concept mastery. This courseware is
beneficial test preparation for the ACT, PSAE, SAT and other assessments.
Arthur Beecher City
WIN Courseware Features:
- Over 1,200 hours and
more than 22,000 pages of print and
electronic instruction for WorkKeys®
- Over 20 hours of
instructional material for each level of
WorkKeys® and 12 Pre-WorkKeys skill levels.
- Randomized Placement
Tests for each skill area quickly determine
initial skill level of examinee.
- Post Tests with randomly
selected questions for every skill level
determine readiness for the WorkKeys®
- Web-delivered Spanish
translation for all levels.
- Embedded tracking and
management system to ensure evidence
development and progress documentation.
Also included is access to
the WIN Career Center database where jobseekers
can identify workplace career paths using a
searchable database of job profiles and career
information. The courseware also contains 19
Contextual Courseware modules that target
critical career and life skills identified for
remediation. The Contextual Courseware modules
directly align WorkKeys® skills with career
clusters identified by the U.S. Department of
Labor. The Contextual Courseware offers
instruction for the WorkKeys® skills specific to
the field that the learners either has
experience in or that is of interest to the
Career Readiness Certificate programs
across the nation utilize the WIN Courseware to
build workplace skills and ACT, Inc.’s
WorkKeys® assessments as a common-language
for education, workforce, and economic
development. WIN is the national leader in
Career Readiness Certificate implementations
providing a portable credential that promotes
career development and skill attainment for the
individual, and confirms to employers that an
individual possesses basic workplace skills that
all jobs require.
The WIN Courseware is also
used for education, economic and workforce
development, K-12 programs, adult education,
corrections programs and basic skills training
for citizens in the workforce and students
entering the workforce across the globe.
Areas included in the WIN Courseware
offer unique, interactive instruction for
workplace skills identified by the ACT, Inc.
Reading for Information, Locating Information,
Applied Technology, Listening, Observation,
Writing, Teamwork and Work Habits.
for Logon instructions for first time users.
Teachers and students will logon for the first time in the same manner.
Teachers will need to contact
Laura Sullivan at the EIEFES Office to have their
status changed from Learner to Manager. Managers of the system will have
the ability to enroll students, view student test results and run reports for
People who are using the system will need to have the latest version of Adobe
Flash Player to run the program and Adobe Reader to view reports.
Tips for Teachers
Click above for tips on getting
started and how to get the most out of WIN.
here for information on how teachers can enroll their students and set up
"classes." The second page of this handout contains information
on the different reports that are available to teachers.
Other Documents for Teacher use:
Characteristics of WorkKeys Assessments - identify the skills needed to
successfully complete the WorkKeys assessments and to instruct where skill gaps
Explanation of the
Administration Screen Buttons
- ancillary tool to the WIN program where the material is presented in a context
that is familiar to the learner.
of levels in 8 areas
Schools can contact Laura Sullivan,
217-258-6283, at the EIEFES office for individual questions or for specialized
training sessions at your school.
WIN Corporate - 888-717-9461