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I remember visiting my careers adviser once. I said to him I like drawing and he said "artist". That was the last time I saw him. My opinion is kids are not really given the core skills needed to get the job they want. How do you teach abstract things like motivation, self-esteem building, drive, perspective, opportunism, organisation, selling yourself or networking skills to kids? I'm just hoping they are given a better understanding of working life before they get out there and do it for real. *steps off soap box* If you have enjoyed this video in anyway, please give it a like and, if you think my channel is brilliant, subscribe and you'll get regular updates of what I'm putting up. Thank you kindly. :-)
The NSW Government will invest $10 million to help school leavers start their career through free pre-traineeship and pre-apprenticeship courses. Minister for Skills John Barilaro met with trainees at the Sydney Fish Market to announce the initiative that will provide a platform for more students to access training and include greater support for school leavers. “As the school year draws to a close, many students will be thinking about their next move and we want more students to consider a career in the trades, so this is a ‘try before you buy’ initiative,” Mr Barilaro said
Leaving school and interested in accountancy? AAT career coach Aimee Bateman shares her five top tips for finding your first finance role. Submit your question: - AAT on Facebook: http://facebook.com/youraat - AAT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/youraat (using the hashtag #AskAATAimee) - AAT discussion forums: http://forums.aat.org.uk Unfortunately Aimee can only answer a couple of questions a week - sorry if yours isn't chosen! -- AAT (the Association of Accounting Technicians) offers qualifications that give you the practical skills and confidence to boost your job satisfaction and earning potential. Learn more about how we can help you: http://goo.gl/iVh7l -- Aimee Bateman has several years' experience offering CV, interview, personal branding and employment coac...
We asked some of our team members to describe their experience of working life at Mazars – take a look at what they said! Mazars is a global, integrated and independent organisation, specialising in audit, advisory, accounting and tax services. We are among the top 10 accountancy firms within the UK. We are proud to offer outstanding career opportunities across our training programmes for school leavers, under-graduates, and graduates. We also offer a variety of exciting career opportunities for experienced individuals. At Mazars, You Matter. Joining Mazars means taking part in an exciting and entrepreneurial adventure and seizing the opportunity to quickly grow your potential. We embrace individual strengths to capitalise on what makes you unique. Your years at Mazars, years that cou...
Telegraph Media Group is proud to have been the headline sponsor of the 2014 School Leavers and Apprenticeship Career Show. This free-to-attend event was held at the Business Design Centre in Islington on 16th October 2014. Its target audience 15 to 23 year olds and parents who want to know more about apprenticeship schemes, on-the-job training and alternatives to further education. Over 40 top employers will attend including: Telegraph Media Group, Google, Transport for London, Royal Air Force, Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Bank
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Dunedin's future job seekers are receiving career path clarity through a local workshop. Staff from various industries are giving school leavers and tertiary students insight into the realities of their jobs. And there's hope it will set the city's young people on the right path.
http://www.nation.co.ke School leavers have been urged not to depend on white collar jobs but look for other ways to do business. Speaking during the thanks giving ceremony at Kapsoya Church of God, Mr. Bernard Silas who recently graduated from University of Nairobi said school leavers should use the knowledge and skills gained to venture into relevant projects. Mr Silas added, the act will avoid engaging themselves in evil habits that may make their education a waste. Bishop Bringo Amkuhuma of Kapsoya Church of God Eldoret said parents have shown laxity, a move that have largely contributed to an increase in number of youths engaging in bad behaviour.
http://www.skillset.com.au https://www.facebook.com/skillset.australia The Future Starts With Skillset. If you're a school leaver or parent of a school leaver, we've got everything you need to know about apprenticeships and traineeships. Apprenticeships and Traineeships are jobs where you learn skills as you work, undertake formal study with a training provider and get paid a training wage. Apprenticeships span across 3-4 years and lead to a trade based qualification. Traineeships are usually shorter and lead to an industry recognised Certificate. Visit our website for more information on how you can start an apprenticeship or traineeship with Skillset. http://www.skillset.com.au
Job Services Australia providers help all sorts of people, including young people who have left school early and have problems with language, literacy and numeracy. This video shares the experiences of young people who were involved in a language, literacy and numeracy pilot project. The project was designed specifically for early school leavers in Job Services Australia and was jointly developed by the Australian Government departments of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations and Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education