SG Enable Training and Career Fair 2019

SG Enable Training and Career Fair 2019

Are you a person with disabilities looking for a job or skills upgrading?

Come join us to explore a wide range of training and employment opportunities at the fair!

Date      : 14 September 2019 (Saturday)
Time : 9am to 12.30pm
Venue : Enabling Village, 20 Lengkok Bahru, Singapore 159053

Please note that admission is strictly by registration.

To register, please visit https://www.sgefair2019.com/registration/ or call 1800 8585 885 or SMS 9727 5417 from Monday to Friday, 9am – 6pm.


TRAINING PROGRAMMES

  • Administration
  • Call Centre Management
  • Creative Industry and the Arts
  • Network Security and Infrastructure
  • Digital Marketing
  • E-Commerce
  • Food & Beverage
  • Hospitality
  • Human Resource
  • Information and Communications Technology
  • IT and Desktop Support
  • LCCI Book-keeping
  • Mobile Applications

PARTICIPATING EMPLOYERS

  • C&W Services
  • Central Provident Fund Board
  • Credit Suisse
  • Ibis Styles Singapore on MacPherson
  • Japan Foods Holding
  • Mediacorp
  • Microsoft
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Ministry of Manpower
  • Ministry of Social and Family Development
  • National Environment Agency
  • People’s Association
  • The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
  • Watson’s Personal Care Stores

CV CLINIC & LINKEDIN WORKSHOPS

Get advice from business professionals on how to make your CV and LinkedIn profile stand out among the crowd, to increase your chances of getting a job.

CV Clinic (Fully Subscribed)
9.00am – 12.30pm

LinkedIn Workshops (Fully Subscribed)
a) 8.45am to 10.15am: Workshop 1 – LinkedIn 101 Focus
b) 11am to 12.30pm: Workshop 2 – HR Perspective’s Focus

Eligible attendees will receive a 1 year LinkedIn Premium Subscription, after the session.*

*These events are reserved for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents only. Disabilities supported by SG Enable for adult services are: autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, physical impairment, hearing impairment and visual impairment.

 

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