Skills Classification List

(This list is provided as an example of skills that may be utilized in the Learning Agreement).

  • The student will learn to deal with crisis.
  • The student will learn to be flexible
  • The student will learn problem-solving skills. 
  • The student will learn critical thinking skills.
  • The student will learn active listening skills.
  • The student will learn to be reliable.
  • The student will learn clear and concise writing.
  • The student will learn organization skills.
  • The student will learn computer skills.
  • The student will learn to write and use case notes.
  • The student will learn conflict resolution skills.
  • The student will learn to write and use process recordings.
  • The student will learn assessment skills.
  • The student will learn to identify dangerous/crisis situations.
  • The student will learn to intervene in dangerous/crisis situations.
  • The student will develop an awareness of gender/ethnic/and sexual orientation issues.
  • The student will develop sensitivity to gender/ethnic/and sexual orientation issues.
  • The student will learn the political and organizational system.
  • The student will learn about the communities the agency serves.
  • The student will learn community resources that are available.
  • The student will appropriate community resources for clients.
  • The student will learn to access appropriate client resources.
  • The student will gain knowledge of the population being served.
  • The student will gain knowledge of the issues being addressed.
  • The student will learn the importance of a professional appearance.
  • The student will develop a professional demeanor.
  • The student will learn to separate issues of self and client.
  • The student will learn to take initiative.
  • The student will learn to be self-motivated.
  • The student will learn when to ask for direction.
  • The student will learn how to take direction.
  • The student will learn how to deal with authority.
  • The student will learn to leave the job behind after work.
  • The student will learn to be prepared.
  • The student will learn realistic expectations.
  • The student will learn to assume responsibility for acquiring knowledge.
  • The student will develop a high tolerance for ambiguity.
  • The student will be able to identify his/her own professional work ethic.
  • The student will learn to develop public speaking skills.
  • The student will learn to increase verbalization with the specified client population.
  • The student will learn to increase verbalization with coworkers.
  • The student will learn to be assertive.
  • The student will learn to collaborate.
  • The student will learn agency policies and procedures.
  • The student will learn to use supervision wisely.
  • The student will learn to learn to work within the agency policies and procedures.