Are you a young professional hoping to gain some extra skills to get a promotion or a payrise?
Or perhaps you’re a recent graduate or school leaver who is looking to upskill before starting your job search?
Or maybe you’ve worked somewhere for a while now and want the skills to be able to move into the corporate world?
The Young Professionals Programme offers you the opportunity to enhance your transferable skills through a two-week training course, and the opportunity to meet like-minded people who are choosing the Isle of Man as the place to start and progress their career.
More details about the next Young Professionals course will be available shortly.
"I can draw upon the experiences and knowledge I gained on the Programme and can reference learning from the course during interviews, demonstrating my wider understanding of the different areas of business."
The Young Professionals Programme is open to young professionals, university students, recent graduates or school leavers who want to enhance their professional skills. Applications are welcome, whether you are currently unemployed, within your first six months of employment in the Island, or not currently employed.
The Training Programme is designed to support those who would like to quickly develop a wide range of business-relevant skills as they take their first steps into this area of employment.
The Young Professionals Programme will be delivered by End2endacademy, an Isle of Man based accredited training provider in management development, lean operational improvement, project, programme and change management, so you can expect quality, professional teaching from experts on the Island.
Over the two week course, attendees will be provided with skills and training that apply to all business sectors. The programme will be broken up into a hard skills week, followed by a soft skills week. Some examples of the topics which will be covered are listed below:
The first week of the Training Programme will cover topics including (but not limited to):
The second week of the Training Programme will cover topics including (but not limited to):
"As much as I get nervous about interviews, I found [the mock interview practice] to be one of the best things the course provided. The agency held the interview for 20 minutes and then went through each aspect of it with me afterwards to highlight what I did well, and offer constructive improvement points for my interview technique. They also covered an array of other things I should expect when attending real interviews in the future."