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Program Overview

Education makes a good business model only as long as your graduates find a good future for themselves. Securing their future lies at the core of all responsibilities for any educational institution. The challenge for doing so is two fold. Firstly establishing a professional career counseling office and a market savvy training and placement office. It is usually noticed that the need for cost cutting and abilities in multitasking provide administrators the opportunity to merge these two functions into one. This program attempts to provide a road map to all career counselors and / or placement officers on how to effectively maximize results for their institutes.

Program Objectives

At this program's conclusion, participants should be able to:

1. Identify the need for career counsellors and training and placement officers.

2. Co-operate to compete.

3. Methodologies for establishing preferences for organizations.

4. Joint campus recruitment process – its future.

5. Documentation formats.

6. Campus recruitment process automated.

The following outline highlights some of the course’s key learning points.

Course Outline

Establishing the career office

This program begins with understanding the career office. It looks into the difference between career counseling and training & placement. It also details the scope of activity and opportunities for self-development and growth.

How to make your practice more professional and influential

The career office is by far the busiest and the most influential office in any academic institution. The need for making it even more professional and influential underscores the image the institution is trying to build for itself. One of the basic ways to accomplish is to co-operate instead of compete with institutions in your area or region. This section attempts to analyze the advantages of co-operating over competing.

Which organization comes first?

The madness of organizations clambering one on top of the other to get first into a institution has always been daunting task for most placement officers. This section attempts to remedy some of the madness of the placement week.

The age of Joint campus

Organizations these days are recruiting large numbers from institutions. At the same time there are many institutions to choose from. The going gets tough for organizations when they need to shortlist institutions to visit for recruitment. Joint campus recruitment programs have their own merits as a remedy for this problem. This session deals with negotiating for the need of a joint campus in your region. The session also looks into the merging trend of campus job fairs.

Career office documentation

The career office needs to involve into various forms and formats for various purposes. In this part of the program the participants practice developing forms and formats based on their institutions and the industry needs and best practices.

Process automation

During the campus season when organizations are visiting institutes, reports and tables in the form of various MIS are required on a immediate basis. This can be easily accomplished if your career office is fully automated. This final part of the session reveals how and what to automate for optimal results.

At the program's conclusion, participants will have an understanding of how to setup and successfully run a career office. It will also help in building a network of placement officers in a particular region or territory.


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