Student Competencies

  • The instructors and adminsistion here at Randolph CTC strive to instill in our students the 6 C's of desired student competencies that employers expect from thier employees.

    The 6 C's of student competencies include:

    Collaboration, the ability to work and play well with others, which encompasses a wide range of soft skills necessary for success in the modern workplace.

    Communication, the ability to effectively get your point across and back it up with evidence, both verbally and in writing, and the ability to listen and be empathetic.

    Content, deep understanding and a broad base of knowledge in a range of subject areas, rather than simply surface knowledge of reading and math skills.

    Critical Thinking, the ability to sift through mountains of information and get a sense of what’s valuable and not and to solve unanticipated and unpredictable problems.

    Creativity, the ability to put information together in new ways.

    Confidence, which encompasses capacities like grit, perseverance, and a willingness to take risks.