Friday, 28 February 2014

ABOUT C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION



C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION



Welcome To C-Employment Organization.


The C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION is conceptualized to provide the following services:

·     Career Building

·     Employment & Job Search Advise

·     Job Hunt Training

·     Apprenticeship & Traineeship

·     Employment Partners Services & Programmes Related to Employment

·     Civilian Employment for Service Personnel

·     Agency Services

·     Business Development

·     Skills Acquisition

·     Personnel Management & Community Relations

·     Conflicts Management & Negotiations

·     Events Management & General Contracting

Are you a young graduate? Let us help you get job.

Are you an Ex-Service Personnel? Let us help you identify and translate your Service experience, skills, and ability into marketable tools which will be appreciated by a civilian employer

Online Job Hunt Course Available. For Participation, Booking or if you would like additional tips, clarifications or inquiry, please contact the staff at the C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION, http://www.cemployment.wordpress.com, or http://www.ollorwi.com.ng or E-mail: c.employments@gmail.com,  Room #3 WDC, Hospital Road, Ogale, P. O. Box 517, Nchia Eleme, 5010501, Nigeria . Telephone: +234 8096811012, +2348036694027.

 

Civilian Employment for Service Personnel Course

The Civilian Employment for Service Personnel Course is a revolutionary new tool for all Service personnel to translate their military training and experience into skills that could be used in the corporate world. The course is the distillation of all military experiences; checklists, sample letters and other step-by-step written examples are also provided to guide you all along.

 

By undergoing this course, you will be harnessing and translating your military trainings and experiences into skills that are very useful and of high demand in the corporate world.    

 

Online Job Hunt Course Available. For Participation, Booking or if you would like additional tips, clarifications or inquiry, please contact the staff at the C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION, http://www.cemployment.wordpress.com, or http://www.ollorwi.com.ng, or E-mail: c.employments@gmail.com,  Room #3 WDC, Hospital Road, Ogale, P. O. Box 517, Nchia Eleme, 5010501, Nigeria . Telephone: +234 8096811012, +2348036694027.

GENERAL BACKGROUND  


In Nigeria, transition from one employment to another seems to be slow, cumbersome and mostly unplanned.  Many Nigerian Service personnel prefer to die in Service. They resent the idea of retirement and regard anyone who talks about job change as the devil out to sentence people to suffering. The reasons behind this mindset are not farfetched. In Nigeria, the fear of joblessness and penury is the beginning of wisdom. This fear, which has been fertilizing corruption in the country over the years, has also forced many government employees to cut down their age so as to continue in Service. The increasing gap and lack of viable bridge linking military Service and civilian employment opportunities is another major contributing factor to Service personnel’s lukewarm attitude towards retirement.

Those leaving the Services face new and rather different challenges when they move to a second career in civilian life. But, they take with them highly valuable skills, moulded by a programme of training, experience and assessment, into this new, and for most, unfamiliar environment. The truth is that the personal qualities and skills of Servicemen and women have much to offer a very wide range of civilian employers. No doubt, the military pride itself of having the best trained workforce in Nigeria.

The best time to ask for job change or retirement from Service is when you are still very useful to yourself, to your family, to your community, to your country and to the world. Retiring when you have become a liability is like sentencing oneself to perpetual suffering and perdition no matter the amount of wealth you might have accumulated. Besides, you will never know how useful you are to the corporate world until you crossover. But, the crossing over requires information, planning and management of your skills and experiences and appropriately matching same in the market place for the mutual benefits of all concerned.

Online Job Hunt Course Available. For Participation, Booking or if you would like additional tips, clarifications or inquiry, please contact the staff at the C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION, http://www.cemployment.wordpress.com, or E-mail: c.employments@gmail.com,  Room #3 WDC, Hospital Road, Ogale, P. O. Box 517, Nchia Eleme, 5010501, Nigeria . Telephone: +234 8096811012, +2348036694027.

 

 


 ABOUT CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL COURSE


The Civilian Employment for Service Personnel Course aims to make valuable advice on obtaining job offers   available to Service personnel; help identify and translate Service experience, skills and ability into marketable tools which will be appreciated by a civilian employer; and guide ex-Service personnel to translate their military and paramilitary training and experiences into skills that could be used in the corporate world.

The transition from life in the armed Services to a civilian occupation needs to be planned in advance. It is to make this planning pleasurable and the transition worthwhile and smooth that the Civilian Employment for Service Personnel Course was conceived and targeted to help those Service personnel seeking civilian employment have a rewarding new career.  Civilian Employment for Service Personnel Course will in addition continually analyze and upgrade the processes and offer some straightforward and simple advice in how Service personnel personal energy and determination can be harnessed in the civilian job hunt; as well as providing undiluted guides to civilian employment for Service personnel. In making the transition to the world outside the Service easier, Civilian Employment for Service Personnel Course will also prepare the Service personnel to tackle constructively the obstacles associated with life outside the uniform. It will as well compliment the efforts of the Nigerian Armed Forces Resettlement Center, Oshodi, Lagos, through its Business Section which is organized to provide the retiring Service personnel who want to dabble into business the requisite skills and trade that would empower them to set up and properly manage their own businesses so as to enjoy a productive life in retirement. It is the duty of C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION to ensure that you make the transition successfully out of the uniform into the suit, agbada, babariga or jumpar.  

Online Job Hunt Course Available. For Participation, Booking or if you would like additional tips, clarifications or inquiry, please contact the staff at the C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION, http://http://www.cemployment.wordpress.com, or E-mail: c.employments@gmail.com,  Room #3 WDC, Hospital Road, Ogale, P. O. Box 517, Nchia Eleme, 5010501, Nigeria . Telephone: +234 8096811012, +2348036694027.

 

 


 C-EMPLOYMENT COURSE CONTENT


The C-Employment Course is designed to cover amongst others the following areas:

1.  Transferable skills analysis.

2.  Financial and domestic self scrutiny.

3.  Effective job hunting.

4.  Networking and contact building.

5.  Curriculum Vitae and marketing letter writing.

6.  Interview techniques.

7.  Negotiating the right deal.

8.  Secure financial future planning.

 

Online Job Hunt Course Available. For Participation, Booking or if you would like additional tips, clarifications or inquiry, please contact the staff at the C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION, http://http://www.cemployment.wordpress.com, or E-mail: c.employments@gmail.com,  Room #3 WDC, Hospital Road, Ogale, P. O. Box 517, Nchia Eleme, 5010501, Nigeria . Telephone: +234 8096811012, +2348036694027.

 

 Importance of Service Skills and Experiences


Military and paramilitary personnel constantly contribute to corporate tasks. Discipline, loyalty and teamwork lies at the heart of Service ethos. Service life also consists of continual training and retraining coupled with constant challenging exposures and placements. All which combined to build him or her for greater performances. At the end of such a military career a great deal of help and advice for the smooth transition to a second career is necessary. This ultimately takes the ex-Service’s personal skills and experiences to the market place where success becomes mutually beneficial for both the ex-Service personnel and potential employers.  

To many civilians, the world inhabited by those in uniform is both strange and divorced from their own. This myth need to be broken. There are several aspects of the military whose direct application to the corporate world is obvious. The Gulf War of the early 1990s is such a case in point. The bringing together of such a vast supply of personnel and materials is an obvious distribution miracle, employing the highest standards of Just-in-Time (JIT) planning and coordination. Similarly, the daily briefings that we all watched were superb examples of marketing and sales presentation.  But, to the average Nigerian in the corporate world, the mind image of those in uniform is formed from old-fashioned notions and a plethora of bad films. Irrespective of the fact that the Service world and the corporate world are the same in all ramifications, the corporate manager still exclaims, “Military man, umm, well, there is leadership nonetheless and he can organize tanks and riffles, but what can he do for me?”  On the other hand, the man in uniform is just as biased, blinkered and ignorant of his civilian counterpart in the business world. To the uniform man, his counterpart in the business world is an opportunist, a profiteer, and above all, a “bloody civilian” who lacks corporate organization.  But, in very many ways, managers, both in and out of uniform face the same problems. A critical analysis of the under listed functions will revealed that managers in and out of uniform perform the same duties and carryout identical responsibilities. All that is needed is better understanding of each other, proper cooperation and appreciation of one another.

1.  Recruiting, training and retraining skilled workers.

2.  Improving effectiveness.

3.  Improving efficiency.

4.  Equipping, re-equipping and updating.

5.  Presenting to the public, a face of efficiency, effectiveness and competition.

6.  Motivating employees; satisfying top management, shareholders and all stakeholders.

7.   Finding solutions to residual, potential and emerging problems.

8.  Strategic planning.

9.  Budgeting and financial resources control.

10.Adapting to the changing marketplace and changing circumstances, etc.

 

Online Job Hunt Course Available. For Participation, Booking or if you would like additional tips, clarifications or inquiry, please contact the staff at the C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION, http://http://www.cemployment.wordpress.com, or E-mail: c.employments@gmail.com,  Room #3 WDC, Hospital Road, Ogale, P. O. Box 517, Nchia Eleme, 5010501, Nigeria . Telephone: +234 8096811012, +2348036694027.

 

 

           

Placement Aid for Ex-Service Personnel


 In addition to the above, the C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION runs a quick and easy placement service to assist ex-service personnel who are currently redundant, serving a redundancy notice, unemployed, or on a short-term contract, get gainful employment.

Ex-Servicemen and women are like Youth Corps Members who have successfully completed their tertiary education and one year compulsory national service and are looking into the future with hope; harnessing and marshalling their education, training and experiences for proper engagement.

All the individual needs to do is to apply to the Organization to be included on a Placement Database. Companies looking to recruit will then be invited to contact the C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION, who will search the Database for candidates. To maintain confidentiality, an individual’s name will not be divulged to any company unless it wants to interview the person. The service is free to our candidates, while companies will pay a fee when the individual is recruited. To be included on the Database, you will complete a Placement Registration Form. Please contact the Placement Officer at http://www.cemployment.org.ng or E-mail: c.employments@gmail.com, P. O. Box 517, Nchia Eleme, 5010501, Nigeria. Telephone: +2348096811012

Online Job Hunt Course Available. For Participation, Booking or if you would like additional tips, clarifications or inquiry, please contact the staff at the C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION, http://http://www.cemployment.wordpress.com, or E-mail: c.employments@gmail.com,  Room #3 WDC, Hospital Road, Ogale, P. O. Box 517, Nchia Eleme, 5010501, Nigeria . Telephone: +234 8096811012, +2348036694027.

 

 Workers Engagement


Freedom is knowing where to start and reaching for your destined future. The C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION is a leading equal opportunity staffing and recruiting agency that provides workforce solutions, direct placement and exciting careers with top employers in commerce and industry.  We help you find the job opportunities that fit your career goals and experience. We match employers to employees. We offer both permanent and temporary employments. We do not discriminate on the grounds of race, colour, tribe, sex, religion, social or political affiliations. Start your job search with us today. Let us walk hand-in-hand with you into the future!

Online Job Hunt Course Available. For Participation, Booking or if you would like additional tips, clarifications or inquiry, please contact the staff at the C-EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATION, http://http://www.cemployment.wordpress.com, or E-mail: c.employments@gmail.com,  Room #3 WDC, Hospital Road, Ogale, P. O. Box 517, Nchia Eleme, 5010501, Nigeria . Telephone: +234 8096811012, +2348036694027.

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