This course is designed to increase skills and knowledge to job seekers in work environment to ensure that employees work effectively
There are simple steps you can learn and it will increase your chances of success in a job interview. Job interviews are one of the opportunities to meet with your employer and evaluate whether you will be able to work in that organization. One way to do this is to prepare well and practice in advance. This lesson helped you learn different interview techniques.
Professional behaviour is a form of etiquette in the workplace which is linked primarily to respectful and courteous conduct. Believe it or not, professional behaviour can benefit your career and improve your chances of future success. Many organisations have specific codes of conduct in place, but some don’t. In general, it comes down to ethics, integrity, dedication, and being conscious of how you treat co-workers.
Being able to communicate effectively is perhaps the most important of all life skills. It is what enables us to pass information to other people, and to understand what is said to us.Communication skills are needed to speak appropriately with a wide variety of people whilst maintaining good eye contact, demonstrate a varied vocabulary and tailor your language to your audience, listen effectively, present your ideas appropriately, write clearly and concisely, and work well in a group.
It’s all but impossible to find a job that doesn’t use any technology, so no matter what industry you work in, hiring managers will want to see technology skills on your resume.Technology skills refer to your ability to interact and complete tasks using computer-based technologies and other associated technologies. These tasks can either be digital or physical.
Understanding how to list skills on your resume is critical to how employers will see you.Including hard skills on a resume is crucial — after all, if the job requires specific knowledge or training, you need to feature those abilities in the skills section of your resume. But don’t underestimate the power of including a good number of soft skills. Studies show that 75% of employers are more likely to accept a candidate with the right soft resume skills and zero hard skills than the other way around