The second employment skills training course opened by WTBU


In order to help graduates find employment with high quality and high satisfaction, and effectively improve graduates' employability skills, on April 26, Wuhan Technology and Business University held the opening ceremony of the second employment skills training class (Enterprise Resource Manager). Zhao Beiping, Vice President of WTBU, Xing Saipeng, Minister of Human Resources, Yin Bei, Minister of Social Cooperation and Development, and 20 students from secondary colleges attended the opening ceremony. The ceremony was presided over by Minister Yin Bei. Zhan Yuhong, associate professor of the Department of Human Resource Management, served as the lecturer for the first class.

Associate Professor Zhan Yuhong first played an ice-breaking game with the students, so that everyone could get acquainted with each other, and the atmosphere quickly became warm. Afterwards, the quiz Do you have the potential of human resource management?, with 60 judgment questions, gave the students a clearer understanding of their own development potential, and also played a guiding role in the choice of future development directions.

Vice President Zhao Beiping pointed out that there are two core problems in the difficulty of finding employment for college students today. The first is unwillingness to find employment and dissatisfaction with salaries; the second is lack of professional ability and incompetence for jobs. The main purpose of this skills training is to hope that students can improve their professional skills and core competitiveness in the workplace through more than ten days of training, so that students can not only consider problems from personal growth and needs, but also learn to think from the perspective of enterprises.

This training adopts a combination of theoretical knowledge explanation and practical operation. A professional team is formed by a number of double-qualified teachers from the School of Management. The training includes professional courses such as Relationship and Labor Law, Recruitment and Employment, Training and Development.