The Employment and Training Corporation (ETC) and the European Employment Services (EURES) are organising the Jobs and Training Fair. As in previous years, the Jobs and Training Fair provides opportunities to persons who are looking for work, to those who want a career change and to those who want to invest in training to improve their employability.
The Jobs and Training Fair brings together local and foreign companies looking to recruit local people. These companies hail from various sectors, including engineering, tourism and hospitality, banking, financial planning, information technology, TEFL teaching, gaming, sales, marketing, customer relations, security services, construction, property sales, and aviation. A number of recruitment agencies will be promoting various vacant job posts.
This fair is not only about job opportunities, but also about training. Ongoing training is considered crucial in today’s business environment. The Corporation will be promoting it’s extensive range of training programmes, alongside local training institutions who will also be promoting their courses, including undergraduate and post-graduate programmes.
EURES advisors from 15 EU member states will be taking part in the Jobs and Training Fair to provide information and advice on living and working in their respective countries for those jobseekers wishing to work beyond our shores.
EURES provides career advice on job opportunities and conditions of work and life in European countries. It provides this advice to those workers who are interested in taking up work in a foreign European country. There are currently almost one million vacancies promoted on the EURES portal www.europa.eu/eures.
The Jobs and Training Fair is being held at the Mediterranean Conference Centre at Valletta on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th March. The Jobs and Training Fair will be open between 09:00hrs and 13:00hrs, and between 15:00hrs and 19:00hrs on both days.
More information on the Jobs and Training Fair can be obtained from EURES advisers at ETC on freephone 8007 6505 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
24 March 2011