As part of Deloitte's global talent strategy, contributing to the success of youth education and partnership projects, Deloitte Azerbaijan held Excel, PowerPoint presentation, effective CV writing and professional interview behavior training sessions for students of Azerbaijan State University of Economics (UNEC) and Qafqaz University.
These training sessions were aimed at preparing prospective candidates for their career readiness and help students become prepared for their future.
Vusala Kerimova and Afsana Latifova from Deloitte Azerbaijan shared knowledge gained from their own experiences and provided insights into practical skills, as well as shared some key tips to improve students' CVs and to behave during to interview.
Kanan Salayev from Deloitte Azerbaijan gave insight into techniques on making professional presentation and technical skills in PowerPoint. The trainees tried to apply the acquired skills during the preparation of their own presentations.
Deloitte Azerbaijan's experienced specialists Abbas Abbasov, Azad Azagov and Ibrahim Farajli explained how technical skills could be applied in using basic and advanced Excel functions by visually demonstrating the relevant tools. At the end of the training sessions, Deloitte awarded certificates of completion to the trainees.
Another workshop was held for tutors and administrative staff at UNEC, where Deloitte Azerbaijan arranged learning sessions on Excel and PowerPoint. The trainees demonstrated a high level of interest and applied the newly acquired skills on their own computers.
All students and tutors received certificates.
The cornerstone of Deloitte's global talent strategy is the development of inspirational, world-class leaders at all levels. To achieve this vision, the Deloitte network continues to make significant investments in the design and delivery of an inclusive, world-class learning experience.