|A. Ability to think for themselves, initiate on their own, direct, modify, and assess their own work.
B. Ability to solve problems and make decisions in work related situations.
C. Analyze critical data to guide work activities.
D. Ability to formulate, implement, evaluate, and monitor plans.
E. Ability to solve mathematical problems involving fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, percentages, ratios, and proportions.
F. Ability to apply thinking skills to job tasks, including creative thinking, decision making, reasoning, problem solving, interpretation of information.
G. Ability to apply interpersonal skills in relating to others.
H. Ability to perform basic arithmetic calculations without a calculator.
I. Evaluate variable expressions and formulas.
J. Ability to represent problem situations with geometric models.
K. Ability to use conversions in English and Metric systems.
L. Ability to apply measurement and spatial skills.