We all know countries do have development goals and they achieve these goals through strategic planning and budgeting.
Companies also have marketing plans, business plans etc to advance their growth.
In the 21st century Individuals are now expected to have these plans in place allow you monitor trend in the competitive labour market, confidence in explain with evidence your knowledge, expertise and ability to do the job you are applying for.
DO NOT leave this too late until you are applying - These are best started when you get into university education.
Besides, your academic education takes the better part of your time at University as you spend 90 percent of the time working on Academics Knowledge with little or no time to develop your Expertise (Hard Skills) and Social skills (Soft Skills)
A lot of students have ignored or undermined this vital aspect of career building. In this day an age, during recruitment exercises, 95 percent of organisation now focus more on skills and your ability to do the job. So there is less emphasis on your knowledge that you have spent 98 percent of the time building whilst at University.
That explains why organisations don't advertise positions because 90 percent of graduates are unqualified for these jobs and more so, these organisations would prefer not to spend money retraining staff to perform their roles.
Imagine that your career profiles can evidence some of the expertise and social skills these organisations are desperately looking for?
These skills that you would have developed from monitoring the job market, following trend by having a career plan in place.
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Enhancing and developing your career is the key focus of our intervention.
It has been designed to provide you with tools and techniques that can help you to plan and progress your career.
Before anything, you should be mindful of your existing skills as you begin to define your career plan.
Exploring the job market will then be so much easier!
First, look at your professional development: recall your achievements, list your skills and evaluate your strengths - in other words, take note of everything you’ve acquired through your professional and personal experiences so far.
Doing this will strengthen your confidence in yourself and your talents!
Based on this assessment, you’ll then be able to determine your career plan. Not only will you be able to identify your target profession, but also your preferred sectors of activity, type of company and regions or countries, all adapted to your ambitions as well as your skills, experiences and abilities.
Lastly, you’ll explore the job market, find out what it can offer and what may suit you best. The aim is to achieve the goals you have set for yourself. There are many realities in the work world; it is up to you to monitor job offers, observe trends, take risks and meet new people. All this will help things to fall into place and allow you to find what's right for you.
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
Too many old people, unskilled and unqualified who read the same degrees as yours BUT aren’t able to match up with the skills required currently in the labour market
The labour market is gradually weeding away these unskilled workers.
This is the secret.
That is why so many people are unemployed because the only have the Knowledge but have undermined
When we create your career plan with us, we will match skills you need to advance your career and you up-skill with us for free
This is why the Nigerian Student Center under the auspices of the British School of Outdoor Education conducted a research with the leading recruiters
The outcome of the research reveals:
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Bringing these courses that provides the skillset to the reach of our students at a tiny fraction of the cost of a single course.
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