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Crossland College to organize an International webinar

Published On : 04 Jun 2020   |  Reported By : media release


Brahmavar based Crossland College is organizing an International webinar on “The future of jobs-Employment skills and work force strategy post covid-19 on Saturday,13th June 2020 from 11am to 12.30 noon.

The details of speakers and topics are

1. Mr. Selwyn Thomas : Executive Director Talent Tribe Consulting, New Zealand; Former Associate Director, Ernst &Young Asia Pacific Region ( Melbourne/ Auckland)

Topic: Emerging Sectors Post Covid19 and strategies to prepare the future workforce

2. Mr. Rajesh V. Shetty : Executive Director Tyresoles India Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai

Topic: Emerging employment opportunities and preparing the students in this transition period


3. Mrs. Ria Raichu Samuel: Senior H R Executive, Infracare Facilities Management, Dubai


Topic: Skill mapping and Skill development in facilitating students to enter the new job market


Webinar platform to be used is Zoom

There will be no registration fee.All the attendees who submit the feed back after the webinar will receive e-certificates.The registration link is https://forms.gle/TRZEgbfqzi2t5MZT6


For more information,you may contact Dr.Robert Clive G @9480230556

 







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