So many things have changed. The era when people get a job easily after graduation has equally changed.
Unlike in the past, the number of Graduate produce by our higher institutions has increased so much that on the average more than 400,000 student graduate each year. there is too much competition in the labour market. To beat this competition and stay ahead a person has to equip himself in such a way that he becomes more relevant than his competitors In the Job hunting business.
Academical qualification is good but is not enough to meet up with the ever-growing and changing Job environment. So, for this reason, additional professional qualification is now necessary to stay ahead of the Job hunting train. Getting an additional professional course or certificate opens a large door of employment opportunity. Additional professional courses and certificate gives you an edge over other degree holders like yourself and boosts your chances of getting a job on time which is the Goal.
Below is one professional course with certification that will in reality increase and boost your chances of securing a job into the Maritime industry, Aviation, Oil and Gas, Construction, Engineering, Manufacturing and practically all sectors of the Nigerian Economy.
.√ Health Safety Environment ( HSE).
Safety First - is a popular signpost in every organisation or company you find today. Workplace safety has now become a priority. for this reason, there is no firm now in Nigeria that does not require safety personnel or safety professionals. To be employed in this field a person needs to have at least Hse Level 1.2.3 for a start.so I indulge Nigerians to reach out and add HSE certificate to their credentials. Of course, there is another advance HSE course that will add value to your career. But HSE 1.2.3 combined with your degree with can help shoot you to a greater height.
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