Adult Career Pathways Resources
Single Set of Learning Objectives (SSLO)
An Integrated Education and Training program (IET) must have a Single Set of Learning Objectives (SSLO), which identifies specific adult education content, workforce preparation activities, and workforce training competencies that facilitate the contextualization of basic skills and workforce preparation into training skills. These components align with the three required components of an IET program: Adult Education & Literacy, Workforce Preparation, and Workforce Training. SSLOs should clearly articulate what learners will know and be able to do after successful completion of the IET program. The resources posted here will help you understand what SSLOs are and how you can create effective ones for your IET program.
An integrated education and training program (IET) has a single set of learning objectives (SSLO) that facilitates the contextualization of basic skills and workforce preparation into training skills.
- specific adult education content;
- workforce preparation activities; and
- workforce training competencies,
and the program activities are organized to function cooperatively.
However, developing these objectives is not easy! Use this template, which includes ParaPro and Manufacturing practice examples, as a resource to create your own SSLOs:
NOTE: You will be prompted to make your own copy of the document. If you have trouble with the document, feel free to download a Word version here.
Developing a Single Set of Shared Learning Objectives for Integrated Education and Training – Webinar and Worksheet
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