Work Readiness

What is this Course about?
Embarking on any new phase in life will be both challenging and exciting. The good news is that, if your next new chapter is entering the world of work – this course can help! You may have heard it said that “Fortune favours the brave, but we say: ‘Fortune favours the prepared’. This course will help you understand how your attitude makes you more employable. You will also learn the basics of health and safety in the workplace (including how to manage stress), ethics and codes of conduct, and it includes a ‘touch base’ on human relations and fairness. Further, it looks at the skills involved in the presentation of your resume, how to present yourself at interviews and necessary workplace etiquette, and finally the ‘what and how’ of financial planning – business and personal.
Who should be doing this Course?
Work entrants, involved in the presentation of their resume, how to present oneself at interviews and necessary workplace etiquette.

Learning Outcomes
After completing this course, you should be able to:

  1. Identify important self attributes (Who am I?)
  2. Understand aspects of himself and his workplace
  3. Demonstrate an understanding of Ethics and Codes of Conduct
  4. Identify and be aware of the requirements of landing a job
  5. Demonstrate an understanding of financial planning
  6. Understand Human Resources and fairness in the workplace.

General Course Information
We’ve created our courses to suit your busy life! The duration of this course is based on a student guide where one 300 – 500 word article is read per day, and the assessment is done on a separate day after the relevant articles have been reviewed. But you can do the course in your own time and at your own pace. If you choose to do two readings per day, it will take you half of the estimated time, four readings per day means doing the course in a quarter of the time etc. We leave that decision up to you!

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