# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Legal Systems Administration NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development Correlation by Task

CTE Resource Center - Verso

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NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development Correlation by Task

In this course, the following tasks/competencies reinforce the standards listed beside them. Teachers may identify additional reinforcements in locally developed instructional materials.

Task/Competency Number Task/Competency Statement Standards
95 Identify procedures for maintaining confidentiality of client information. NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development: Explain the importance of confidentiality, tolerance, and flexibility in interpersonal and group situations.
96 Research current legal or ethical issues. NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development: Discuss equity issues and their impact on the workplace. ♦ Discuss social and economic factors that have resulted in changing career patterns for a diverse workforce. ♦ Identify resources for developing and strengthening high-demand workplace skills (e.g., communication, motivational, analytical, computer, teamwork, decision-making, and problem-solving skills) for a chosen job/career.
97 Research a career ladder of occupational opportunities in the legal field. NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development: Analyze a specific career cluster, using a variety of research tools (e.g., college career centers/counselors, professional and trade associations, career fairs, informational interviews, print media, and the Internet). ♦ Create and implement a career plan that includes the required steps to transition from high school to postsecondary education/training or the workplace. ♦ Design a career plan that includes the investigation of career clusters, self-assessment, research, career alternatives, and high school course options. ♦ Use a questionnaire to guide a career exploration interview to determine educational requirements, starting salaries, and career ladder opportunities. ♦ Use a variety of research tools (e.g., computer-assisted programs, newspapers, books, professional and trade associations, informational interviews, job shadowing, career fairs, and the Internet) in the career exploration process.
98 Investigate credentialing options for legal office personnel. NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development: Identify high school programs that articulate with postsecondary educational programs, industry-based training, and technical education programs in a chosen career field.
99 Update employment portfolio, including résumé suitable for posting online. NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development: Develop a career portfolio of items including resumes, sample cover letters, letters of recommendation, examples of work and technical skills, awards, and documentation of extracurricular activities and community service activities.
100 Participate in a mock interview for a legal position. NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development: Demonstrate appropriate interviewing techniques through participation in mock or actual interviews.
101 Compose an interview follow-up letter. NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development: Explain the importance of appropriate interview follow-up techniques.
102 Identify purposes and types of lifelong education. NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development: Relate the importance of lifelong learning to career success.
103 Compose a letter of resignation. NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development: Demonstrate appropriate techniques for resigning from a position.
104 Investigate employment opportunities for legal positions. NBEA Achievement Standards for Career Development: Evaluate several occupational interests, based on various criteria (e.g., educational requirements, starting salaries, and career ladder opportunities). ♦ List and describe the contributions of various types of occupations in the community (e.g., banker, realtor, police officer, teacher, and firefighter).