The university engagement can not prepare the youth fully for the competitive Job market . Some of the professionals get an opportunity to prepare themselves for the job market through technical training, apprenticeships and job skills programs. The rapid change in the global market has made the current job market very demanding. However the proper support system to groom the potential of an individual is very limited. For one to evolve in their engagements either in their first job or as an experienced professional they need to have the environment of learn, unlearn and relearn. Bits Ladder is expanding its commitment to helping youth/professionals to prepare for a successful career path by investing in them by enhancing the learning paradigm as they transition.
- It prepares participants to get, keep and excel in professional engagements with employability skills, proper mindset and adequate knowledge .
- It also helps participants develop good work habits that facilitate their ongoing success.
- Stimulate new thinking about how to create and sustain pathways that connect educational and training opportunities to local employer demand.
- It supports and expands the impact of existing partnerships focused on building pathways connecting education and training to workforce needs.
- It builds a community of practice that supports and engages those working to advance such pathways.
The following themes for the capacity enhancements are as below:
|1.||Bridging Leadership and VUCA world||To be declared later|
|2.||Multiple Dimensions of Leadership||To be declared later|
|3.||Essence of Fundraising||To be declared later|
|4.||Emotional Management Skills||To be declared later|
|5.||Leadership : Understanding Self and Others||To be declared later|
|6.||Marketing and Branding : Individual, Social and Digital||To be declared later|
|7.||Forming Team and Sustaining Ownership||To be declared later|
|8.||System Thinking||To be declared later|
|9.||Building Public Narrative||To be declared later|
|10.||Bringing Data in decision making||To be declared later|
|11.||Operation Management||To be declared later|
|12.||Strategic Leadership||To be declared later|