Working With Others Continuous Learning Computer Use Oral Communication Thinking Numeracy Document Use Writing Reading
Oral communication is the ability to use speech to share thoughts and information. Strong oral communication skills are essential to being able to present your ideas clearly in a variety of situations such as: explaining procedures to a co-worker; giving directions to a friend; or dealing with customer service to discuss a problem with your phone bill.
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My name is Terry Affleck and I learned to read at the age of 63 and today at 65 I am enrolled at Holland College to prepare for my GED. More...
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