Ready to Work Credential
The Ready to Work Credential is a workforce education and development tool, comprised of three proctored assessments, Applied Mathematics, Reading for Information, and Locating Information, leading to a portable credential. It brings employers, learners and job seekers, and education / workforce partners together in building a skilled workforce, while keeping and attracting businesses with higher-wage jobs and economic growth.
In study after study, employers identified a lack of skilled workers as their biggest challenge.
What skills do the WIN assessments measure?
Measures workplace mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills from basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to multiple math functions like calculating percentage discounts and markups.
Reading for Information
Measures reading comprehension and reasoning skills when using written text on the job including memos, letters, directions, signs, notices, bulletins, policies, and regulations.
Measures comprehension and application of workplace graphics such as charts, graphs, tables, forms, flowcharts, diagrams, floor plans, maps, and instrument gauges.
WIN Learning also provides online self-paced courseware to help learners and job seekers prepare for the Ready to Work Credential. The Ready to Work Courseware aligns to the Ready to Work assessments, making it a great resource for preparation or remediation.
Contact us today and ask about Ready to Work Courseware with the Ready to Work Credential to give your learners and job-seekers the right tools for the job.
Schedule WIN Assessment
To schedule WIN assessments, please call the Tyger River Campus Testing Center at (864) 592-6190.