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Employability Skills<br />Prepared  by<br />Swati Agarwal<br />
INTRODUCTION<br />The department of Education, Science and Training (DEST)the  Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry...
INITIATIVE<br />Adapting new situations<br />Developing a strategic long-term decision<br />Being creative<br />Identifyin...
Time Management<br />system for controlling and using time efficiently<br />it is non-renewable, limited, transitory and f...
COMMUNICATION<br />Listening and understanding<br />Speaking clearly and directly<br />Writing to the needs of the audienc...
Cont…<br />Understanding the needs of internal and external customer<br />Persuading  effectively<br />Establishing  and u...
TEAM WORK<br />Working with people of different-<br />    ages, gender ,race, religion or political persuasion<br />Workin...
Cont…<br />Identifying strengths of tem members<br />Coaching , mentoring and giving feedback.<br />
Self-Management<br />Having a personal vision and goals<br />Evaluating and monitoring own performance<br />Having knowled...
Problem Solving<br />Developing creative ,innovative  solutions<br />Developing practical solutions<br /> Initiative in in...
PLANNING<br />Managing time and priorities – setting timelines, coordinating tasks for self and others  <br />Being resour...
Cont…<br />Planning the use of resources including time  <br />Participating in continuous improvement and planning  <br /...
LEARNING<br />Managing own learning  <br />Contributing to the learning community at the workplace  <br />Using a range of...
CONT…<br />Being willing to learn in any setting, on and off the job  <br />Being open to new ideas and techniques  <br />...
THANK YOU<br />
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Employability skills, soft & essential skills for employees

  1. 1. Employability Skills<br />Prepared by<br />Swati Agarwal<br />
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION<br />The department of Education, Science and Training (DEST)the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) and the Business Council of Australia<br />(BCA) have developed the following list of employability skills sometimes refers to <br /> ‘SOFT SKILLS’<br />
  3. 3. INITIATIVE<br />Adapting new situations<br />Developing a strategic long-term decision<br />Being creative<br />Identifying opportunities not obvious to others<br />Translating ideas into action<br />Generating a range of options<br />Initiating innovative solutions<br />
  4. 4. Time Management<br />system for controlling and using time efficiently<br />it is non-renewable, limited, transitory and fleeting<br />contributes to the ability to do the right things at the right time<br />
  5. 5. COMMUNICATION<br />Listening and understanding<br />Speaking clearly and directly<br />Writing to the needs of the audience<br />Negotiating responsively<br />Reading independently<br />Empathising<br />Using numeracy effectively<br />
  6. 6. Cont…<br />Understanding the needs of internal and external customer<br />Persuading effectively<br />Establishing and using networks<br />Being assertive<br />Sharing information<br />Speaking and writing in languages other than English<br />
  7. 7. TEAM WORK<br />Working with people of different-<br /> ages, gender ,race, religion or political persuasion<br />Working as an individual and as a member of team<br />Knowing how to define a role as part of team<br />Applying teamwork skills to a range of <br /> situations e.g. crisis <br />
  8. 8. Cont…<br />Identifying strengths of tem members<br />Coaching , mentoring and giving feedback.<br />
  9. 9. Self-Management<br />Having a personal vision and goals<br />Evaluating and monitoring own performance<br />Having knowledge and confidence in own ideas and vision<br />Articulating own ideas and vision<br />Taking responsibility<br />
  10. 10. Problem Solving<br />Developing creative ,innovative solutions<br />Developing practical solutions<br /> Initiative in indentifying problems and solving them<br />Solving problems in team<br />Applying the range of strategies to problem solving<br />Using mathematical tools<br />Testing assumptions ,taking the context of data and circumstances into account<br />Resolving customer concerns in relation to complex project issues<br />
  11. 11. PLANNING<br />Managing time and priorities – setting timelines, coordinating tasks for self and others  <br />Being resourceful  <br />Taking initiative and making decisions  <br />Adapting resource allocations to cope with contingencies  <br />Establishing clear project goals and deliverables  <br />Allocating people and resources to tasks <br />
  12. 12. Cont…<br />Planning the use of resources including time  <br />Participating in continuous improvement and planning  <br />Developing a vision and a proactive plan to accompany it  <br />Predicting – weighing up risk, evaluating alternatives, applying evaluation criteria  <br />Collecting, analysing, and organizing information  <br />Understanding basic business systems and their relationships.  <br />
  13. 13. LEARNING<br />Managing own learning  <br />Contributing to the learning community at the workplace  <br />Using a range of mediums to learn – mentoring, peer support, networking, IT, courses  <br />Applying learning to technical issues (eg, products) and people issues (eg, interpersonal)  <br />Having enthusiasm for ongoing learning<br />
  14. 14. CONT…<br />Being willing to learn in any setting, on and off the job  <br />Being open to new ideas and techniques  <br />Being prepared to invest time and effort in learning new skills  <br />Acknowledging the need to learn in order to accommodate change.<br />
  15. 15. THANK YOU<br />

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