Pre-Job Training for Students and Alumni of UNY
Are you ready to start a career? Maybe a lot of questions faced by the alumni of the university. The world of work demands that candidates for employment in addition to having the ability hardskill also have soft skills. To final year students / alumni, soft skills into the world of work is a demand that can not be negotiable. The work demands it is necessary to prepare graduates PPK UNY order to have a soft skill in the form of Pre-Job Training appropriate to the context of the world of work. To prepare students and alumni in career UNY, On Wednesday, October 26, 2016 Career Development Center held a Pre-Job Training LPPMP titled "Prepare to Start a Career?".
The event will present three (3) speakers, the first session is Pratiwi Damayanti, SIP., A Director of Human Resources Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta deliver on tips to penetrate the world of work, in general, the speaker tries to motivate the participants to be ready in the selection system and stressed the importance early readiness prior to entering the workforce, which is ready for a comprehensive system, collects a positive point of self, self-motivated high, forming a positive personality, honing management skills, and matching personal competencies with job competencies.
In the second session, Ayu Helena Cornelia, BA., M.Sc. which is Marketing Communications Manager of Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta, delivered on Personal Branding, generally speakers deliver basic capabilities and the ability to promote themselves to be able to enter the world of work.
In the third session, Nur Kartika Fathiyah, M.Sc., a lecturer of psychology at the State University of Yogyakarta, deliver material regarding career choice of students. Moreover As a psychologist, Nur Kartika Fathiyah, M.Sc. also said things that need to be prepared as possible when applying for work, ie: when looking for a job, submit a cover letter, follow psychological test and interview.
The event which took place on October 26, 2016 was attended by 125 students and alumni from various departments. Participants were very enthusiastic to join the explanation of both informants. "Events like this are very good for us, so we know what needs to be prepared, and what not to do", said one participant. (/ Dani)