The journey from campus to the corporate sector tends to be the primary realisation among college-going students about the vast gap and culture differences between the two worlds. Just as the college education comes to an end, the students start preparing themselves for getting their dream jobs. But is the mere preparation of subjects and looks enough for getting employment in the present scenario? It’s definitely not.
What skills really make you employable in the eye of the recruiter vary from the ones students generally limit themselves to. This workshop is designed to act as the bridge for students from their college to the corporate world.
This workshop on ‘Employability skills’ covers the core skills and traits that are needed in nearly every job. These are the general skills that make student “employable” in actual terms. Hiring managers almost always look for employees with these skills.
Employability skills are basically the foundational skills or job-readiness skills. They are soft skills that allow you to work well with others, apply knowledge to solve problems, and fit into any work environment.
They also include the professional skills that enable you to be successful in the workplace. These are seen as transferable skills because you can apply them to a job in any industry.
This workshop ensures that a student after completing his studies not only gets his dream job, but also sustains and excels at the workplace.