BEAM Team is the organizer
Tuesday, 3 Dec, 2019
Butler Workforce Center
You are scheduling 3 WORKReady! assessments (Applied Mathematics, Graphic Literacy and Workplace Documents) at the Butler Workforce Center.
After October 16, 2017 the previous WORKReady! assessments (Applied Mathematics, Locating Information and Reading for Information) are no longer available.
The assessments take approximately 4.5 hours.
FREE parking is provided on-site.
Prior to the session you must go to www.KANSASWORKS.com and create a Job Seeker account. Or please visit your local workforce center for assistance.
If you already have a KANSASWORKS account you do not need to create another one- you will be counted as having met this requirement.
If you do not create a Job Seeker account on KANSASWORKS 1 day in advance you will not be allowed to complete the assessments.
The entrance to the building is on the West side of the building. Please report no later than the start time listed. No one will be admitted late to the session. Also remember to bring a state or federally issued photo ID to the session. If you have any questions or believe that you have scores from the past 5 years please call (316) 321-2350.
If you are interested in taking pre-assessments and/or online tutorials prior to the session please call (316) 321-2350.
Please note there will be breaks between assessments.
Drinks, food, gum are not allowed and should not be brought into the building.
Cell phones and electronic devices will be collected prior to the start of the first assessment and may not be used until you have finished all of the assessments.
For information on the Kansas WORKReady! Certificate visit www.KANSASWORKS.com and click on the WORKReady! tab on the left.
** We will be collecting personal information to verify your required registration on KANSASWORKS.com prior to the event.
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