SkillGapfinder counsellors and industry expert are available to meet students and young people for one-to-one tele-counselling sessions. The details are as follows:
The process:The career counsellors meet the clients telephonically /video-chat on an one-to-one basis. In line with the SkillGapfinder approach to career counselling, the individual sessions are focused on four career development tasks namely Self Understanding, Understanding the World of Work, Developing Career Alternatives and Career Preparation.
The session starts with time for inputs from parents regarding the client's academic background, hobbies, accomplishments and other personality variables. During the career guidance, the rest of the time is devoted to interactions with the client.
Qualitative and quantitative information about the client is collected around the Multiple Assessments Tools using standardised aptitude tests, interest inventories and interviews. Information about client's hobbies, accomplishments is also elicited. A potential profile is generated using a system of weightages.
The client is then exposed to the world of work options through assessment activities and career dictionaries including videos. Based on assessment and career exploration inputs, the client and our career counselor together arrive at 4 to 6 ranked ordered Career Alternatives.
A career path is finally gets identified, and planned for the Career Options best fit to the client.
The interaction ends with an optional counselling with parents at which time the client's potential profile and career options are explained.