The course aims to develop employability skills and, specifically, job searching skills of low-skilled adults and/or long-term unemployed.
Through this course, participants will acquire knowledge and skills to be able to search, identify, evaluate, and compare jobs and find one that is related to their skills, strengths, talents, and interests. The course is developed in a way that will permit participants to explore, discuss, and foster interactions with other participants and facilitators as well.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
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It is important to conduct in-depth research on the job you are interested in to identify the skills, education, experience required. True or False?
Networking with other people is helpful during the job searching process. True or False?
It is not necessary to match your skills and strengths in a way that match the job you want.
It is not necessary to practice your responses before attending an interview. True or False?
It is important to reflect on your strengths and weaknesses before applying for a job. True or False?