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  • 1. Transferable Skills
    Submitted by
    Kamlendrakumarverma
    Pondicherry university
    (DMS,MBA 1st year)
  • 2. Transferable Skills
    Your Key to a Bright Future
    with Any Major
  • 3. What is a Transferable Skill?
    Transferable skills can be developed in any
    college major but are often highlighted in
    liberal arts majors
    • These are skills that transfer across
    situations
    • Examples include: organizational skills,
    communication skills, research skills.
  • 4. Can you think of othertransferable skills?
    Take a moment and write a few
    down.
    Which ones do you most enjoy using?
  • 5. Here are some additional ideas
    • Team building skills
    • 6. Written
    • 7. Communication skills
    • 8. Public Speaking skills
    • 9. Human relations skills
    • 10. Computer skill
  • • Teaching skills• Creativity skills• Analysis and Decision-making skills• Problem solving skills• Time management skills
  • 11. Do All Majors Give you Skills?
    • College majors give
    you opportunities to
    build skills.
    • YOU determine
    whether you develop a
    skill by the effort you
    expend.
  • 12. How do Skills relate toyour career?
    If you have the skills that show “potential”
    your major is less important.
    • Some careers do require a major, and some
    require graduate or professional school ---
    but sometimes you can learn on the job.
  • 13. Changing your mind
    • Although you could
    teach…
    • You may want to do
    something else later
    • Maybe you’ll become
    a stock broker, or a
    corporate trainer, or
    work in social
    services.
  • 14. Perhaps you want to work in abusiness setting
    • You may take some
    business classes on the
    side
    • You might get some
    work experience in a
    business setting
    • You may recognize
    areas of business that
    capitalize on your
    transferable skills
  • 15. Transferable skills are thestarting point
    The Employer may teach you some of the
    “content” skills related to the setting or
    specific position…..but if you bring strong
    transferable skills you bring a lot of
    flexible potential
  • 16. Transferable skills link to careers
    Written communication and interpersonal
    skills might be helpful in public relations
    • Problem solving, critical thinking, human
    relations and leadership skills might be
    helpful in a managerial position