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The “BrighterMonday” Graduate program ?kicked off today with over 300 participants at Imperial Royale Hotel?. The inaugural training program that will run till 10th July 2015 is aimed at addressing the growing problem of numerous unemployable graduates being released from higher institutions of learning.

The program under the theme ‘Defining your next step’ is expected to help graduates attain skills that will unlock their talent, there http://cybermed.edu.my/wp-includes/class-wp-comment-query.php drive productivity and improve work performance – areas that have continuously affected graduate employability in Uganda.

The training will encompass employment, sickness http://cenariospizza.com/wp-admin/includes/theme-install.php personal development, communication, technology and career planning, the five core areas in employment which are particularly identified because of their relevance to both employers and employees.

Speaking during a press briefing, BrighterMonday Country Manager Joshua Mugisha revealed that graduates and organizations have enthusiastically come on board in support of the Graduate Program. He explained that this enthusiasm has been demonstrated by the several graduates that have already signed up for the initial intake with more coming on board.

“We have so many degree and diploma holders in Uganda who are not adequately skilled to cope with the working environment thus miss out on several job opportunities. We are grateful that so many individuals and companies now acknowledge this deficit and have partnered with BrighterMonday to participate in the Graduate Program.” He said.

According to Mugisha, a survey conducted by the Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) in 2014 found that over 63% of youth in Uganda lack employability skills, technical mastery and basic work-related capabilities.

In addition, a World Bank report released in 2014 suggests that over 70% of an approximated 400,000 fresh graduates in Uganda are unemployable, implying that there is therefore need for enhancement of graduate skills beyond academic qualifications in Uganda.

“We believe that at the end of the Graduate Program, graduates will be better equipped to cope with the demands of the employment world,” Mugisha said.

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Dan Boston, CEO Boston Enterprises the facilitators of the training said that the professional team of trainers to work alongside business leaders and teams that will oversee the program have already been identified and are ready to take on their tutorials.

 
The “BrighterMonday” Graduate program ?kicked off today with over 300 participants at Imperial Royale Hotel?. The inaugural training program that will run till 10th July 2015 is aimed at addressing the growing problem of numerous unemployable graduates being released from higher institutions of learning.

The program under the theme ‘Defining your next step’ is expected to help graduates attain skills that will unlock their talent, website http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/widgets/image-widget.php drive productivity and improve work performance – areas that have continuously affected graduate employability in Uganda.

The training will encompass employment, ailment http://chernichovsky.com/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-importer/wordpress-importer.php personal development, http://crazytour.am/wp-includes/default-filters.php communication, technology and career planning, the five core areas in employment which are particularly identified because of their relevance to both employers and employees.

Speaking during a press briefing, BrighterMonday Country Manager Joshua Mugisha revealed that graduates and organizations have enthusiastically come on board in support of the Graduate Program. He explained that this enthusiasm has been demonstrated by the several graduates that have already signed up for the initial intake with more coming on board.

“We have so many degree and diploma holders in Uganda who are not adequately skilled to cope with the working environment thus miss out on several job opportunities. We are grateful that so many individuals and companies now acknowledge this deficit and have partnered with BrighterMonday to participate in the Graduate Program.” He said.

According to Mugisha, a survey conducted by the Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) in 2014 found that over 63% of youth in Uganda lack employability skills, technical mastery and basic work-related capabilities.

In addition, a World Bank report released in 2014 suggests that over 70% of an approximated 400,000 fresh graduates in Uganda are unemployable, implying that there is therefore need for enhancement of graduate skills beyond academic qualifications in Uganda.

“We believe that at the end of the Graduate Program, graduates will be better equipped to cope with the demands of the employment world,” Mugisha said.

Dan Boston, CEO Boston Enterprises the facilitators of the training said that the professional team of trainers to work alongside business leaders and teams that will oversee the program have already been identified and are ready to take on their tutorials.

 
Uganda Cranes coach Milutin ‘Micho’ has finally released his squad that will start playing against the Flames of Malawi shortly in an international friendly game at the Kamuzu stadium in Blantyre city.

Bright stars keeper Mathias Kigonya receives his maiden appearance in the first senior team as Vipers SC youngster, pharm http://cccnt.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/tribe-autoload.php James Alitho watches from the bench. Kigonya will be shielded by Ibrahim Kiyemba, malady Deus Bukenya, Shafik Bakaki and Richard Kasagga who will also double as the team skipper.

Vipers SC passing genius, Keziron Kizito will partner with Taddeo Lwanga and former teammate who is currently at Tunisia’s CS. Faxien attacker Yunus Ssentamu to create chances for former newly signed SC Villa goal poacher Umar Kasumba. Other players in the starting squad are Fahad
Muhammad Hassan and Martin Kiiza. Vipers MVP, Yunus Ssentamu will begin from the bench together with Erisa Sekisambu.

Cranes starting XI: Kigonya Mathias, Kiyemba Ibrahim, Bukenya Deus, Bakaki Shafik, Kasagga Richard(Captain), Lwanga Taddeo, Yunus Sentamu, Kizito Keziron, Fahad  Muhammad Hassan, Kasumba Umar and Kiiza Martin.

Subs: Alitho James, Brian Ochwo, Farouk MIya, Erisa Sekisambu, Abel Eturude, Tekkwo Derrick and Ssemazi John.

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