Trainer Notes: TransitioningStudents to the GED & Beyond
Customize for Your Audience
Specifics of this training tailored to local resources & procedures for our programslocated in Cleveland, Ohio. How to customize for your local processes & programs:1.Find relevant literacy & workforce statistics for your state & county:
Research by local universities & think tanks, and
For action plans, check with your state or local Department of Education or Workforce Development & major philanthropicorganizations for strategic plans & initiatives.2.Find out the specifics about the GED application process in your state:
VisitGEDTest.organd click the link forGED® Administratorto
find which state department regulates the GED test & theirprocedures.3.Find your county or region’s local GED testing centers:
Use the zip code search OR search your state’s GEDAdministrator website .4.To find programs, try your local United Way, One Stop Career Center,County social services, or just Google it! When choosing localworkforce resources to highlight, use the following criteria:
Free services offered to the general public or accessible for non-traditional adult learners.
Includes counseling services.