Register now for “WeReady” workplace and enterprise readiness programme 2012

 

It has been widely accepted that one of the reasons for unemployment is that the average graduate doesn’t have the requisite knowledge, skills and attitude needed to gain entry and excellence in today’s workplace.

 

We have thus commenced the registration for a workplace readiness program around the country, tagged WEREADY. Workplace & Enterprise Readiness programme. Flag off is in Lagos and Ogun. Click here to view the detailed programme brochure: http://www.pageflip-flap.com/read?r=NkEvzli4djJpxc4cW

 

 ABOUT –WEREADY is a developmental academy which seeks to re-fit, re-focus and re-tool the young people desirous of successful working careers by providing trainings and interactions that enable them to enter and excel in today’s competitive workplace.

In essence, WEREADY hopes to be the halfway house from unemployable – employable – employed. We would register 500 persons per batch at a highly subsidized rate of N5,000 for the five days. After we are done with the first 500 in Lagos, the train moves to Abeokuta to train & equip another 500 over five Saturdays and then returns to Lagos for another batch of people and so on…back and forth and to other cities.

WEREADY is a prime learning opportunity for job seekers, final year students and youth corpers in particular. The workshop dates for Lagos state are January 14, 21, 28 and Feb. 04, 11 2012; while Ogun state is February 25th, March 03, 10, 17 and 24th 2012. Registration for Lagos closes on the 31st of December 2011; registration for Ogun closes on the 31st of January 2012.

REGISTRATION –

1. Reserve a seat by simply sending sms: *First name*Surname* GSM*Email*Gender*Location* to any of 081 008 99991, 081 008 99992, 081 008 99992. You would receive a registration code; 2. Make payment of workshop fee of N5,000 into Getting a Job is a Job Resources account, Skye Bank – 1771145584, Stanbic – 0000610954, GTBank – 0109689200’ 3. Complete registration by sending sms with name, registration code & teller no to any of the nos above.

Spread the word…registration is on a first come basis! Registration closes in Lagos on the 31st of December 2011; registration for Ogun closes on the 31st of January 2012.

 

COURSE BOUQUET – Some of the courses to be treated include but are not limited to:

  • The Job of Getting a Job
  • Winning with Interviews
  • Power resume
  • The Creative Job search
  • Creating your CV everywhere
  • Awaken the entrepreneur within you
  • Industry analysis

VENUE The venue for Lagos is Unilag Art Auditorium, beside Senate Building, Unilag, Akoka-Yaba on from January 14, 21, 28 and Feb. 04, 11 2012 Ogun holds at the 600-seater Sweet Sensation hall, beside OPIC plaza, Oke-Ilewo, Abeokuta from February 25th, March 03, 10, 17 and 24th 2012.

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Raise Your Readiness Index attend WEREADY

FACILITATORS – Some of the facilitators & panelists at the programme include but not limited to:

  1. Aruosa Osemwegie GHPR, SPHR, an HR consultant, Life & Career Coach, Job Search Strategist, Workplace Readiness Coach and a Youth Instigator. An alumnus of both the Harvard Business School and the Lagos Business School’s executive development programs in Human Capital Management and author of the fast-selling 350paged book, GETTING A JOB IS A JOB: A No-Nonsense Practical Guide to Getting Your Desired Job;
  2. Ngozi Adebiyi, MBA, GPHR, Human Resource Director (Central Africa), Reckitt Benckiser and a former Head Human Resources, KPMG;
  3. Kunle Olaifa, Talent Acquisition Leader, General Electric (Sub Sahara Africa) and a former Senior Consultant/Branch Head at Adecco Nigeria;
  4. Esohe Adetola, MBA, a Human Resource Account Manager, Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria and a former Head Human Resources, Oceanic bank;
  5. Nana Kwabena Yeboah MBA, SPHR, ACIPD, ACIPM, Ag. Group Human Resource Manager, MRS Group, Nigeria, a former HR Manager, Shell Ghana and author of the What Employers Want in Graduates; and
  6. Folake Adeniyi-Adeneye, MSc, MBA, Regional Head HR, West & Central Africa, Microsoft, a former senior HR Business partner & Head, Organisation Development, Airtel Nigeria.

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