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  • Skill Enhancement Program

     2,000.00  1,600.00

     Description

    You might have heard people talk about ‘soft skills’ before and wondered what exactly they mean. Soft skills is a term often used by careers advisors and employers to describe the kind of essential personal skills and social capabilities people need to be able to do most jobs.

    The best thing about soft skills is you don’t need qualifications to get them and you can start working on them right now, whether you are at school, in training or in work.

    Here are some examples of soft skills:

    Time management – showing up for work and meetings on time, sticking to scheduled breaks, getting your work done in time to meet your deadlines. This shows that you can take responsibility and manage yourself. Time management is one of the most important personal skills you can have in the workplace.

    Personal presentation – dressing in an appropriate way for work and generally being neat and tidy. Your body language is important too. Do you enjoy a good slouch? Ask a friend whether you look bored or interested when you slouch. An employer will think the same thing as your friend does when they look at you. Personal presentation shows you are self-aware and understand the effect that your appearance and behavior has on others – one of the best personal skills to have.

    Communication – being polite and helpful with colleagues and customers on email, in person and on the phone, including speaking up when there’s a problem. Just saying a friendly hello to everyone at the start of the day gets the ball rolling with your communication skills!

    Team work – being able to get on with the people you work with and working together to get things done is a vital part of most jobs.

    Attitude – Staying positive at work even when things get a bit challenging, using your initiative to help people out even when you haven’t been asked to, owning up if something goes wrong and learning from your mistakes. Again, this shows that you are committed to your work and can take responsibility for your own personal skills.

    Confidence – Believing in yourself and all your personal skills can help you work with people better, take on difficult new tasks and generally achieve all the things you need to do to be a master of soft skills.


  • Spoken English – English To English

     1,500.00  300.00

     Description

     

    You might have heard people talk about ‘soft skills’ before and wondered what exactly they mean. Soft skills is a term often used by careers advisors and employers to describe the kind of essential personal skills and social capabilities people need to be able to do most jobs.

    The best thing about soft skills is you don’t need qualifications to get them and you can start working on them right now, whether you are at school, in training or in work.

    Here are some examples of soft skills:

    Time management – showing up for work and meetings on time, sticking to scheduled breaks, getting your work done in time to meet your deadlines. This shows that you can take responsibility and manage yourself. Time management is one of the most important personal skills you can have in the workplace.

    Personal presentation – dressing in an appropriate way for work and generally being neat and tidy. Your body language is important too. Do you enjoy a good slouch? Ask a friend whether you look bored or interested when you slouch. An employer will think the same thing as your friend does when they look at you. Personal presentation shows you are self-aware and understand the effect that your appearance and behavior has on others – one of the best personal skills to have.

    Communication – being polite and helpful with colleagues and customers on email, in person and on the phone, including speaking up when there’s a problem. Just saying a friendly hello to everyone at the start of the day gets the ball rolling with your communication skills!

    Team work – being able to get on with the people you work with and working together to get things done is a vital part of most jobs.

    Attitude – Staying positive at work even when things get a bit challenging, using your initiative to help people out even when you haven’t been asked to, owning up if something goes wrong and learning from your mistakes. Again, this shows that you are committed to your work and can take responsibility for your own personal skills.

    Confidence – Believing in yourself and all your personal skills can help you work with people better, take on difficult new tasks and generally achieve all the things you need to do to be a master of soft skills.

     


  • Spoken English – Hindi To English

     1,500.00  300.00

     Description

    You might have heard people talk about ‘soft skills’ before and wondered what exactly they mean. Soft skills is a term often used by careers advisors and employers to describe the kind of essential personal skills and social capabilities people need to be able to do most jobs.

    The best thing about soft skills is you don’t need qualifications to get them and you can start working on them right now, whether you are at school, in training or in work.

    Here are some examples of soft skills:

    Time management – showing up for work and meetings on time, sticking to scheduled breaks, getting your work done in time to meet your deadlines. This shows that you can take responsibility and manage yourself. Time management is one of the most important personal skills you can have in the workplace.

    Personal presentation – dressing in an appropriate way for work and generally being neat and tidy. Your body language is important too. Do you enjoy a good slouch? Ask a friend whether you look bored or interested when you slouch. An employer will think the same thing as your friend does when they look at you. Personal presentation shows you are self-aware and understand the effect that your appearance and behavior has on others – one of the best personal skills to have.

    Communication – being polite and helpful with colleagues and customers on email, in person and on the phone, including speaking up when there’s a problem. Just saying a friendly hello to everyone at the start of the day gets the ball rolling with your communication skills!

    Team work – being able to get on with the people you work with and working together to get things done is a vital part of most jobs.

    Attitude – Staying positive at work even when things get a bit challenging, using your initiative to help people out even when you haven’t been asked to, owning up if something goes wrong and learning from your mistakes. Again, this shows that you are committed to your work and can take responsibility for your own personal skills.

    Confidence – Believing in yourself and all your personal skills can help you work with people better, take on difficult new tasks and generally achieve all the things you need to do to be a master of soft skills.


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