Skilling for Global Employability

Global Employ
“Global unemployment could top record levels in 2013(203 million) and continue rising until 2017. New jobs that become available often require competencies that the unemployed do not possess” – International Labor Organization

Spark Learning and Performance in strategic alliance with international agencies is planning to skill candidates seeking employment abroad on the following 8 competencies identified as necessary for Global employment.

1. Communication Skills
2. Team-working and Relationship Building Abilities
3. Self and Time Management
4. Ability to see the bigger picture
5. Influencing and Persuading Abilities
6. Problem Solving Abilities
7. Leadership Abilities
8. Presentation Skills
This is in accordance with the Education, Employment & Graduate Employability report 2007.