The definition of employability skills may be "skills required not only to gain employment, but also to progress within an enterprise so as to achieve one's potential and contribute successfully to enterprise strategic directions". Employability skills are also sometimes referred to as generic skills, capabilities or key competencies. They comprise of the following elements which make up the students employability quotient:
The career planning process is comprised of four steps. At ISBF we will take you through all of them integrating curriculum with practical simulated case studies and role plays. The stages of effective career planning are described:
Summer Internship Six months (On-Job- Training)
Internships provide opportunities to experiment and pursue careers that match academic and personal interests. There are many benefits to completing an internship including the development of strong teamwork skills balanced with the exercise of individual responsibility, the opportunity to experiment with jobs that match academic and personal interests, the chance to develop industry-specific abilities while enjoying the advantages of a liberal arts education. Internships also increase the likelihood of building professional networking contacts and mentoring relationships. Internships help students become viable, experienced job applicants when seeking employment after graduation. In fact, many employers consider internship experience in the hiring process, and often look to their own interns as the best potential candidates for full-time positions.