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Students earn NCRC at LDI!

LDI has recently had several students earn their National Career Readiness Certificate.

ncrcFor those who have not heard of this, the NCRC is awarded from a series of exams that essentially gives proof that an individual possesses the skills that most employers deem essential to workplace success.

The WorkKeys Program is a part of ACT, a company whose programs are designed to boost lifelong learning and potential for success in schools and workplaces around the world. ACT’s vision is: Helping people achieve education and workplace success.

“The National Career Readiness Certificate™ (NCRC®) is based on an individual’s performance on three WorkKeys® skills assessments: Applied Mathematics, Locating Information, and Reading for Information. Scores on these assessments determine the certificate level—bronze, silver, gold, or platinum—an individual can earn.”

These assessments measure a range of essential work skills, including the ability to:

  • Perform basic mathematic operations relevant to the workplace
  • Read and understand documents commonly found in the workplace
  • Find information presented in common workplace graphics
  • Set up and solve complex work-related math problems
  • Determine the relevance of written information to work-related tasks
  • Apply information derived from graphics to work-related problems

LDI has integrated ACT’s WorkKeys and Career Ready programs in order to help students work toward identifying a career and then achieving a certificate to help them on their path to career success.

LDI students Hana, Baxter, and Dexter have received Gold Certificates, and Jordan has received a Bronze. Receiving a Gold Certificate means that the individual demonstrates foundational skills associated with at least 93% of jobs in the ACT JobPro database! Our students can now add this to their resumes as proof of their skills.

For more information on the NCRC, visit

This has been a special needs program update from Life Development Institute. You may also click here to read the original article on the main program website.