Eton Institute, the UAE’s largest training institute, announced the launch of Career 101, a course that caters to fresh graduates and job seekers who wish to enter the employment market, equipped with the proper tools and knowledge to excel and land their dream job.
In a bid to make the search for employment easier for young jobseekers, Eton Institute will be offering and teaching vital skills needed to get interviews and performing well in them. ‘Career 101: Getting your First Job’ is a training programme designed to make sure that a fresh graduate would know where to apply for jobs, how to apply for jobs and how to do well in interviews, greatly improving their chances of finding employment.
Mahina Bukhari Shah, Marketing Officer at Eton Institute commented: “We are very happy to provide the UAE with more options for personal development and career advancement, especially to the younger generation. In a diverse, fast growing country like the UAE, gaining and improving ones professional skills, is vital to stay ahead in a very competitive work environment.”
The one-week, intensive course in an interactive group setting will ensure that the individual will have the best chance possible of finding the right job for them by using the skills and experience that they have gained at university or in school. It will identify their strengths and skills that will help them stand out and get noticed. The course highlights that their age is not a barrier, it is an asset! It will also help them create flawless resumes, covering letters and will prepare them for interviews, so when they are finally called for an interview for their dream job, they are confident and well equipped.
“It is crucial to know some basic skills to get noticed in a crowd of well-qualified and eager graduates. Having the knowledge and tools to get started in the right direction in searching for and getting a job are essential in a fast paced place like the UAE. Individuals, who have equipped themselves with the right knowledge and tools from the very beginning and are active in improving their professional skills, relative to their industry and clients, have proven to differentiate themselves in the competitive pool of the UAE workforce,” she added.