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P1. To teach new students the basic conflict resolution skills needed to participate in the program.

P2. To facilitate students’ employment readiness by providing driver’s education training.




R1. Conflict Resolution Skills

Centers must provide each new student with instruction in basic conflict resolution techniques within the first 60 days of enrollment. At a minimum, instruction must include:

a. Content:

1. Defining conflict and recognizing when it exists

2. Developing strategies for dealing with conflict

3. Identifying resources available to help resolve conflict

b. Opportunities to learn and practice conflict resolution techniques

c. Explanation of the importance of conflict resolution skills in Job Corps and in the workplace

R2. Driver Education and License Attainment

Centers must:

a. Review with each student who does not already possess a license, the steps necessary to attain a license, document these steps in the student’s My Pathway to Achieving Career Excellence (MyPACE) Career Plan and Pathway Achievement Records (PAR) and upload in e-Folder​. These actions will take place during CPP.

b. Provide each new student who does not already possess a driver’s license with instruction that will enable him or her to attain a learner’s permit.

c. Initiate driver training during CPP as described in PRH Chapter 3, Section 3.21 (Driver Education), whenever possible.