Many Nepalese community members struggling to find right job in Australia after settlement. Besides hard-earned university degrees, they still involved in low skilled jobs to manage their finance.
Are you still stuck finding the right job and way to develop a career in Australia? Puzzled to figure out how and where to start a job search, for which you completed your study with hard-earned dollars? If yes, there is a free mentoring program to help you out. CALD Community Care has set to run a three-month online workshop to help migrants land their dream job.
The online workshop aims to provide required skills and tips, including language skills, cultural adaptation, and interview skills, to improve the employability of migrant community members. Subba Rao Varigonda from CALD Community Care believes it’s an important event to improve job-seeking skills – language, culture. Resume writing, interview skills targeted to migrant communities from the Subcontinent.
The online workshop would help members of the community in various aspects of job-finding skills, including:
Professional Resume Writing
Cultural Adjustment Skills
Job Seeking Techniques
The Aussie Slang
Many Nepalese community members behind their struggle time cleaning, kitchen hand, aged care worker, etc. jobs even graduated in accounting and IT degrees from reputed Australian universities. The majority of them are unsuccessful in landing their dream jobs by failing to achieve the skills mentioned above.
The program is free for participants and supported by the NSW government’s ‘Stronger Together Grants Program.’
If you are interested in uplifting your job and career, register through: Bit.ly/iscjobsworkshop.
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