A person in this industry develops and delivers educational programs that prepare students for the workforce. They create curriculum, design lesson plans, and teach courses that focus on developing essential skills for career success.
The job involves designing and implementing work readiness programs for students in secondary and post-secondary education. This includes creating engaging and relevant course content, delivering lessons, and assessing student progress.
Companies need this type of position to ensure that the future workforce is well-prepared with the necessary skills and knowledge to contribute to their organizations. By investing in work readiness education, companies can benefit from a more skilled and adaptable workforce.
To maximize pay as a Course Instructor Work Readiness Curriculum Developer, focus on obtaining relevant certifications or qualifications in education or workforce development. Gaining experience in both teaching and curriculum development can also increase your earning potential. Additionally, consider working for well-funded educational institutions or companies that prioritize workforce development.