HOW TO UNCOVER THE HIDDEN JOB MARKET
Event: Career & Employability Workshop
Date: 6th April 2018
Time: 10am – 2pm.
Venue: Lagos TBC – upon registration
Calling all graduates, career changers seeking employment on an internship, volunteer, and/or permanent basis. Or are you a professional looking to upskill for the digital future of work
Are you an SME with a high staff turnover looking to upskill your staff or looking to fill a position?
Career & Employability Workshop event aims to bridge the gap by delivering work ready training and skills for delegates and in turn fill employer’s recruitment gap with a perfect match to reduce employee turnover and provide the return on investment.
* • Career analysis
* • IT and Office Tools
* • Soft Skills – Interpersonal
* • Skills test
* • CV preparation
For Sponsorship | Partnership | Registration, please send email to [email protected]
This event will bring together the employers and potential employee under one roof with offers to profer solution to SME and organisation looking to fill their recruitment gap with a skilled and perfect match to reduce employee turnover and provide the return on investment.
And also for candidates – fresh graduates, career changers seeking employment on an internship, volunteer, and/or permanent basis.
To achieve this the candidate undertake career analysis, we will offer skills test, skilled based training to bridge the gap including soft skills to help prepare them for an interview, secure employment and retain their jobs with relevant employable skills
Employability Skills can be defined as the transferable skills needed by an individual to make them ‘employable’. Along with good technical understanding and subject knowledge, employers often outline a set of skills that they want from an employee.
These skills are what they believe will equip the employee to carry out their role to the best of their ability.
Employability depends on your knowledge, skills, and attitude, how you use those assets, and how you present them to employers.
Any questions please contact Kenny [email protected]