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In Step 2 you identified key tasks. These are the major steps you must take to pursue your preferred career option or occupation.
Now you'll identify supporting tasks. These are the smaller actions you take to complete a key task.
When you plan smaller steps you are
To identify supporting tasks, ask yourself 2 questions:
If you would like to talk to someone about identifying supporting tasks, contact an Alberta Supports Coordinator.
If you've completed Step 1 and Step 2 , the occupation and key tasks you identified will appear below.
View examples of key and supporting tasks.
Type in the smaller supporting tasks required to complete each key task in the chart below. Plan backwards from each key task by asking yourself what smaller tasks are required.
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