The context of our curricular at General Certificate of Education (G.C.E.) are heavy in technical content with less weightage embed towards education on workplace skills. On the flipside, in Sri Lanka, the Youth unemployment of 15-24 age group, is a well-known obstacle in Sri Lanka with a rate of 18.5% in 2017 exceeding the global rate of 13%. The youth unemployment rate is 4 times higher than the overall unemployment rate, and 50% of the total unemployment in Sri Lanka is in the youth category (Sri Lanka Labour Force Survey Annual Report 2017).
Workplace Skills are essential to develop and showcase soft skills and behaviour we need to be work ready. It helps understand behaviour that would help the young and apprentice to be able to work effectively within corporate environments .
What are Workplace skills?
The soft skills we refer to here is not limited to self-motivation to team working, we aim at developing your ability to practice effective communication, understand how literacy works within corporates, understand the art of Work-SMART to deliver results, understand the power of innovation mindset and so on.
We can also be of assistance to you by helping you gage and understand how you could better adjust to corporate environments and help you unlearn to relearning to improve your soft skills at work.
Find out more about Workplace Skills and how it can help prepare you for the world of work. Sign-up for our free assessment today and a member of our team will be in touch.
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