Two presentations will be made by the
Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, on "E-profiling and empowering of
youth through career skills" on Monday, November 5, 2007 in the
Board Room of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce.
The presentation on E-profiling would
describe an assessment tool that combines measuring the
performance of a person by assessing his or her personality when
solving work-place problems. Since E-profiling does not use any
language, it will not consider ethical background or cultural
influences. E-profiling can be used at any PC in Sri Lanka and
the results of the assessment will be produced within a server.
The automatic production of reports saves time and assures
highest quality. It also implies that observer mistakes will not
appear and social adjustments cannot take place.
E-profiling can be used for
Recruiting and development
Training and development
This presentation will be held by an
official representative of e-profiling in Germany, Ms. Luise
Schneider, Senior Consultant and will allow lively discussion
and interesting insight into e-profiling. The presentation on
E-profiling will be from 10.30 a.m. to 11.15 a.m.
The presentation will showcase an
effort to build a favourable employment climate for Sri Lanka’s
youth by strengthening job training centres’ capabilities to
deliver demand driven skills courses that assure youth gain
skills that will satisfy the employer’s needs.
Funded by the USAID under its
Accelerated Skills Acquisition Project (ASAP), the Project will
present how it aims for a shift in the way the youth see
opportunities in the private sector, in improving their
employment possibilities. This presentation will be held from
11.15 a.m. to 12 noon.
Please contact the Ceylon Chamber
Secretariat for registration and further details.