Fabian Demicoli

Employers benefit from UNPAID work placement 18th June to the 20th July 2012

Students who will be out on a period of Unpaid Work Placement, would have successfully completed their first year of the two-year programme of studies. The students would attain the so important opportunity to gain a real life experience whilst organisation taking part in such scheme will benefit from the services provided by same students – a win-win situation!

 

The courses the students are following include:

Diploma in Financial Services:

Students can be entrusted with any basic routines within the day-to-day Banking and Financial Services operations. They may be involved in projects being taken up in the area of Financial Services, as well as offered the opportunity to observe closely the day to day operations and happenings within this dynamic industry.

Certificate in Insurance:

Students can be entrusted with work related to day-to day office routines within an Insurance environment, with a possibility to observe real life situations as they occur within the office, as well as have the opportunity to carry out tasks which will bring to life, the theory they would have studied during their first year of the programme of studies.

Certificate in Marketing

Students can be entrusted with any task related to basic Marketing processes which will touch upon Advertising, PR, Market Research, and Selling & Sales Management. the content they would have studies during their first year of studies (as indicated above). Such may include tasks and jobs relating to

Extended Diploma in Business

Throughout the period of unpaid work placement, students following this programme of studies can be entrusted with any basic Administrative task and Office routines such as Research Assistant, HR Assistant, Production / Marketing Department Assistant etc

Diploma in Business

Students can be entrusted with any task related to basic Office routines in assisting various Business Functions, as well as opportunities related to Customer Care and Reception duties. Students may also be involved in basic office routines such as data inputting amongst others – ideally such tasks will be varied with other basic jobs which can be assigned to these students.

Higher National Diploma in Business

Students can be entrusted with any basic routines relating to Junior Management. Students may also be detailed to specific projects which may include Market Research and Analysis, General Research (incl EU related projects), HR / Marketing Plans, Supply Chain / Logistic Operations, Production Management related tasks, etc

On Wednesday 30th May 2012 at 15.30 at the Institute of Business and Commerce Block A, an Information Meeting will be held for those interested in acquiring clarifications re the logistics of the actual work placement scheme. Those wishing to attend are kindly asked to send a reply email by not later than Tuesday 29th May. For more information call on 2398 7600.

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