Kelly Mathiot wins President’s Cup

 Kelly Mathiot has been awarded the President’s Cup and is one of the 136 students who have graduated after successfully completing 11 programmes offered by the School of Business Studies and Accounting at certificate, advanced certificate and diploma levels.

After nearly two months working in close collaboration with a local web designer, the website of employment department under the Ministry of Employment, Immigration and Civil Status has a new appearance.

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, observed around the globe yesterday March 8, the Women in Action and Solidarity Organisation (Waso) in partnership with Double Tree by Hilton Seychelles Allamanda Resort and Spa on Saturday organised a half-day conference under the theme, ‘Advancing Women Rights for Empowerment, Development and Change’.

The second Tourism Employee of the Year award ceremony was held last Friday where, compared to the first edition where 14 employees were rewarded, this time 22 employees were honoured from 22 tourism establishments.

Following President Danny Faure’s announcements in relation to increases in certain categories of the gainful occupation permit, financial contribution of foreign workers to the local pension scheme, among others, employment minister and her team have given more details on the declarations.

This was during a meeting with the media on Tuesday afternoon.

The Ministry of Employment, Immigration and Civil Status organised its fifth ‘My First Job Fair’ yesterday at ICCS in Victoria.

The ‘My First Job’ programme was launched in 2016 with the aim of helping young graduates from the professional centres to secure employment, as soon as they exit their respective schools, as well as to assist those who wish to venture into entrepreneurship.

More young people to be groomed for world of work.

Thirty young men and women have embarked on a three-month ‘Prepare for Work’ programme aimed at providing personal and professional skills to young people, aged between 15 and 30 years of age, so as to prepare them for the world of work.

Initiated by the Ministry of Employment, Immigration and Civil Status in collaboration with The Guy Morel Institute (TGMI) last year, the ‘Prepare For Work’ programme promises the youths with a transformative process and a second chance to be the best of themselves.