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Assessment Center

The Assessment Center) is a place where all students have the opportunity to receive extra help to advance their reading, writing, technology, communication, and math skills. The Highly Qualified math and science instructors are available to provide extra help and instruction. The CAC also serves as a resource hub for performing research, career exploration and planning, resume and portfolio development, assessments, and interest inventories.

Driver's License Exams
WWTC now offers Class D Driver and Motorcycle exams for the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety through the Health and Professional Certification Project.

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ACT PREPARATION
The Compass and the American College Test (ACT) are required of all students before they enter college. The CAC assists in preparing students to take these tests. The academic instructional staff works collaboratively to provide customized instruction to assist students in preparing for the ACT and Compass exams.

LEARNING STYLES INVENTORY
Students are given a Learning Styles Inventory during the enrollment process. The staff at WWTC feels that it is very important to identify the learning styles of students early during the course of his or her plan of study to ensure proper delivery of curriculum for mastery of skill level.

WORKKEYS CURRICULUM
WorkKeys is a job skills assessment system measuring "real world" skills that employers believe are critical to job success. These skills are valuable for any occupation, skilled or professional, and at any level of education.

CAREER ABILITY TESTING
The Career Ability Placement Survey (CAPS) provides information about a student's abilities to help him or her with career planning. The CAPS is a series of tests which will help the student understand potential strengths. It provides a prediction of success in specific careers.

OKLAHOMA CAREER GUIDE (OKCG)
Customized for Oklahoma, the OK Career Guide is an Internet-based delivery system for a wider audience than the predecessor (OkCIS). The opportunities that this system will offer for successful career planning are:

  • Setting career goals
  • Developing individual career plans
  • Creating personal portfolios and e-portfolios to aid in job searching
  • Taking assessments that link interest, skills, and values to careers
  • Taking practice tests (ACT/SAT)
  • Exploring careers, including military occupations
  • And more!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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