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Through national employability test AMCAT, it quantifies employability of an Individual.
Understanding and using best practices when working with children is not only beneficial to the children but improves employability skills.
Now a five-star rating for employability has been granted.
CIMA SE Asia and TalentCorp will be working closely together on initiatives to enhance graduate employability and meet the needs of employers.
Professor Dame Julia King, vice-chancellor of Aston University, says it has to do with making employability an essential part of their strategy.
Sue Mulley, university acting head of the careers and employability service, said: "We believe in ensuring our students have a life-changing experience.
By 2016, the Microsoft 4 Afrika Initiative plans to help place tens of millions of smart devices in the hands of African youth, bring mi African small and medium enterprises online, up-skill 100,000 members of Africa's existing workforce, and help an additional 100,000 recent graduates develop skills for employability, 75% of which Microsoft will help place in jobs.
And more than half of FSB''s members have called for greater emphasis on employability skills in schools.
The right training, at one end, and employability assessments acting as feedback at the other, wit[ help both in goal-setting and tracking progress to make a Larger proportion of engineers in India employable.
Internal employability does this through the maintenance or progression within the organization whereas external employability does this by facilitating the acquisition of a new job in another organization.
Employability concepts have different meanings and interpretations since the emergence in the early twentieth century.