Business and Technology University Launches the Job Applicant Training Program
Business and Technology University has started the job applicant training program, which supports the Memorandum between the Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Affairs of Georgia and Business and Technology University, concerning the implementation of new employment approaches and the job opportunities in Georgia.
At the initial stage, 50 beneficiaries of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Affairs of Georgia will be involved in the training program. The training is designed to support the beneficiaries in registering on international employment platform and finding the appropriate jobs.
The beneficiaries will also attend the social marketing courses. The collaboration between the Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Affairs of Georgia and Business and Technology University aims to support the implementation of new international employment trend in Georgia. Further, the cooperation supports training as many job seekers as possible in order to integrate them in global and distance job opportunities.
The training program is free of charge and it is available for all beneficiaries registered in the employment database. In terms of technological development and expansion of the worldwide internet access, the demand for distance employment is increasing on the international market.
Business and Technology University has access on the international platform, which incorporates several international employment portals, where 10 million jobs are posted daily. The cooperation will also contribute to the development of the digital economy in Georgia, which is rapidly growing on an international level and is called the economy of future.