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This is the first step in your job search journey.

If you don’t know exactly which profession to choose or if you need information about labour market trends and what type of skills employers are looking for, then this section is for you! If you think you need training to update your skills then do not skip this section!

If you are confident about your career choice, you can surf to the section, Get ready for it!

In this first section, you will find two parts:

Goals for this section

ICT skills: Internet research, basic knowledge of a word processing software.

Personal development:

  1. Skill assessment
  2. Professional guidance/job targeting
  3. Information on training
  4. Introduction to employment legislation

A. General Career advice information

The first section is on career guidance and employment advice and legislation. It is important you keep up-to-date with current employment law in addition to knowing your rights and responsibilities as an employee.

B. Practical workshops

In the second part, you can find practical exercises.

Mrs. Smith A friend of yours needs your help: she is Mrs. Savita Kurma and, like you, she is re-entering the labour market. Before applying for vacancies, she is looking for career advice.
You! Once you’ve completed these exercises, you’ll practice various job search techniques which you can apply to your own personal circumstances.

Access to Practical workshops

The Internet Age and ICT Skills

Nowadays, the use of Internet is very important in everyone’s daily life, including looking for work. Most vacancies are available on the web, in specialised websites. Most of these websites will ask you to upload your CV where thousands of employers can view it. The Internet can be used as a research tool when looking for local training, child care or planning your transport journey. If your surfing skills on the Internet are rusty then you need to improve these skills before starting this section. For basic Internet Training please see www.myguide.gov.uk or http://alison.com/courses/MSDL-FULL .

This Facilitator’s handbook will provide you with the information and guidance you need to act as a tutor/facilitator for the online employability toolkit “Key Competencies for All.” The toolkit supports the enhancement of basic key competencies in adults who wish to improve their employability through an alternative learning approach (ICT-based, user-centred, interest- oriented).


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