Trainings

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Training

Along with our seminars we will also provide you with practical training opportunities, developing important skills for employment that were not covered at university. These are exclusive to members and priced separately. The goal is for you to acquire basic and essential skills sought by employers and increase immediate work opportunities through our extensive network.

Examples of soft skills include:

  • Practical skills trainings such as table waiting, coffee making and housekeeping
  • Industry specific classroom learning: Xero bookkeeping, WeChat marketing
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Seminars

One way we provide you with skills and knowledge is through seminars featuring guest speakers from various local companies, various backgrounds and in different positions.

Our consultant will then recap the important points in Chinese – following our unique reinforcement style of learning.

  • Covering Topics such as:
    • What do I look for in a job candidate?
    • What are the weaknesses of international students in the local employment arena?
    • The importance of work experience – what you do learn?
    • Know your strength and weakness – what can you offer? What do businesses need today?
    • What to expect in a job interview?
  • Opportunity to network and ask questions
  • Opportunity to make an impression on hiring managers
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SOFT SKILLS

What are hard skills: Hard skills are job-specific skills and knowledge you need to perform a job. You can often gain hard skills through education, training programs, certifications, and on-the-job training. These are typically quantifiable skills that can be easily defined and evaluated. For example, a hard skill for an IT professional might be computer programming, while a hard skill for a carpenter might be a knowledge of wood framing.

What are soft skills: Soft skills, on the other hand, are interpersonal (people) skills. These are much harder to define and evaluate. While hard skills are job-specific, most employers are looking for similar soft skills in their job candidates. Soft skills include communication skillslistening skills, and empathy, among others.

Who doesn’t have a degree or two these days?! But everyone knows a few university graduates who can’t find a job or took months and years to find a job. This is why soft skills are so important when it comes to getting that job in the interview and excelling at work when you get the job.

IMPORTANCE

  • To make a good first impression
  • To stand out from the crowd
  • To clearly and concisely communicate your strengths and career aspirations
  • To instil confidence in your interviewer or anyone you network with To interact with your interviewer and your colleagues effectively
  • To demonstrate professionalism
  • To demonstrate your understanding of the local work culture
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Training
trainingfeatured

Training

Along with our seminars we will also provide you with practical training opportunities, developing important skills for employment that were not covered at university. These are exclusive to members and priced separately. The goal is for you to acquire basic and essential skills sought by employers and increase immediate work opportunities through our extensive network.

Examples of soft skills include:

  • Practical skills trainings such as table waiting, coffee making and housekeeping
  • Industry specific classroom learning: Xero bookkeeping, WeChat marketing
Seminars
seminarsfeatured

Seminars

One way we provide you with skills and knowledge is through seminars featuring guest speakers from various local companies, various backgrounds and in different positions.

Our consultant will then recap the important points in Chinese – following our unique reinforcement style of learning.

  • Covering Topics such as:
    • What do I look for in a job candidate?
    • What are the weaknesses of international students in the local employment arena?
    • The importance of work experience – what you do learn?
    • Know your strength and weakness – what can you offer? What do businesses need today?
    • What to expect in a job interview?
  • Opportunity to network and ask questions
  • Opportunity to make an impression on hiring managers
Soft Skills
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SOFT SKILLS

What are hard skills: Hard skills are job-specific skills and knowledge you need to perform a job. You can often gain hard skills through education, training programs, certifications, and on-the-job training. These are typically quantifiable skills that can be easily defined and evaluated. For example, a hard skill for an IT professional might be computer programming, while a hard skill for a carpenter might be a knowledge of wood framing.

What are soft skills: Soft skills, on the other hand, are interpersonal (people) skills. These are much harder to define and evaluate. While hard skills are job-specific, most employers are looking for similar soft skills in their job candidates. Soft skills include communication skillslistening skills, and empathy, among others.

Who doesn’t have a degree or two these days?! But everyone knows a few university graduates who can’t find a job or took months and years to find a job. This is why soft skills are so important when it comes to getting that job in the interview and excelling at work when you get the job.

IMPORTANCE

  • To make a good first impression
  • To stand out from the crowd
  • To clearly and concisely communicate your strengths and career aspirations
  • To instil confidence in your interviewer or anyone you network with To interact with your interviewer and your colleagues effectively
  • To demonstrate professionalism
  • To demonstrate your understanding of the local work culture
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