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Lifelong Learning

Lifelong learning means that you display a willingness to learn and apply new knowledge and skills.

Demonstrating an interest in learning

  • Demonstrate an interest in personal learning and development
  • Seek feedback from multiple sources about how to improve and develop, and modify behavior based on feedback or self-analysis of past mistakes

Participating in training

  • Take steps to develop and maintain knowledge, skills, and expertise necessary to achieve positive results
  • Participate fully in relevant training and professional development programs
  • Pursue opportunities to develop knowledge and skills

Anticipating changes in work

  • Anticipate changes in work demands and search for and participate in assignments or training that address these changing demands
  • Treat unexpected circumstances as opportunities to learn

Identifying career interests

  • Take charge of personal career development by identifying occupational interests, strengths, options and opportunities
  • Make insightful career planning decisions based on integration and consideration of others’ feedback, and seek out additional training to pursue career goals

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This website was funded in part by Workforce STAT (Skills, Talent, Awareness, Training): Transforming Regional Capacity for Healthcare Education, Grant # CB18820. Workforce STAT was a $1.66 million Community Based Job Training Initiative through the U.S. Department of Labor. The website is also funded in part by a Healthcare Skills Gap Partnership grant through the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development. The grant program was funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and administered by Commonwealth Corporation.