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Employability skills

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Chloe Boniface

on 18 March 2014

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Transcript of Employability skills

General Attributes
Specific Attributes
Academic or vocational qualifications
Communication skills
Language skills
Work attitudes
Extra licences or qualifications
Skills or qualifications to use testing tools
Employability Skills
Attitudes
By Chloe Boniface
Creativity Skills
Numeracy Skills
Team Work
Organisational skills
Verbal and Written communication skills
Planning Skills
Confidence
Independence
Self motivation
Integrity
Tolerence
Dependability
Problem solving skills
Leadership skills
The types and areas of skills that help to make someone employable, and stand out to employers!
Creativity Skills
Numeracy
Team Work
Organisational skills
Verbal and Written
communication skills
Planning skills
Academic or Vocational qualifications
Communication skills
Language skills
Work attitudes
Extra qualifications or licences
Skills or qualifications to use testing tools
Confidence
Independence
Self motivation
Integrity
Tolerence
Dependability
Problem solving skills
Leadership skills
Good communication
Respect for
each other
Balanced roles
Time management
Prioritizing
Planning
Positive attitude
Driving licence
Teaching licence
First aid qualifications
All extra qualifications or licences which
would help make you more employable than another person.
These skills or qualifications would be helpful if not essential for IT jobs.
Having the confidence to speak in front of groups or just to be able to have self-confidence to do the job is quite important
Having the independence to work by yourself comfortably, to get the work done
Having the tolerence to stick with work while the tolerence to work through any problems
Being someone that everyone can depend on either by a team or by your bosses
Having the skills to solve any problems that might accure throughout the working day
Having the skills to lead a team of people to get the task done, while being respected by your team mates
Having the skills to be able to do the task which includes numeracy
To be able to communicate with team workers or bosses both through speech and through written methods
Setting objectives
Having some sort of strategy
Goals
Time management
A good work ethic
Honesty
Kindness
sensitivity
Self starters vs people who are not self motivated
The motivation to work well in a team
Recognising roles and responsibitilies
To gain respect from others you must respect yourself first
To lead well
Potential barriers to
effective
communication

Potential barriers and how these barriers can be overcome
Language barriers
To be able to resolve language barriers that include different languages, a translator could be present to translate
Technology barriers
Physical Barriers
Emotional Barriers
Technology barriers are
caused by either an issue with the technology, either internet or just the computer in general. Or the issue of the person not being able use the technology.
To overcome this the person could recieve training or courses of how to use computers, or to do date to date
checks on the computers software
to make sure it's all up to date
and working.


Emotional Barriers
Physical barriers can include
hearing issues, if deaf or hard of
hearing this can be an issue working in a work place with people. To help this the person can where a hearing aid to assist their hearing, or make it aware to all your work colleagues that they need to be aware that you can't always hear them,
if at all.

Emotional barriers include depression and this can be caused by either a large amount of stress or work overload, that can be either from work or home. This can be overcome by using organisational skills, to plan
time and work.
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