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ATDC Conducts Key Life and Soft Skills Workshop on Soft and Interpersonal Skills

  Gurgaon,Nov 30(Fast Mail):-The high level of intense competition in modern world has brought emphasis based on “soft and life skills” not only for professional careers but also for personal advancement, said Ms. Shalini Sharma, Principal, ATDC Gurgaon, while addressing the Life &Soft-skills workshop conducted by the team of 25 Deloitte professionals here. More than ‘150’ students of ATDC Gurgaon, Rohini, Dilshad Garden centres attended the timely workshop.

She further said that to get a winning edge over competitors, people are left with no choice but to add value to their hard skills with soft skills to realize one's true potential. “Keeping the need of the hour in mind,Apparel Training and Design Centre (ATDC), India’s largest vocational training provider for the apparel sector, organized this special workshop on “Interpersonal & Soft Skills” for the students,” she said.

The objective of conducting this workshop was to develop and strengthen especially the communication skills of the students. Deloitte professionals worked towards providing guidance and direction to ATDC’s students for a successful career, by leveraging their potential for better career prospects.The highlights of the workshop were Time Management, Interpersonal skills, Resume preparation and Interview skills under their ‘Counselor’ thread.

The students appeared enthused with the timely workshop. Pahuni Decosta, an ATDC student said that the workshop was filled with fun. “Students learnt and practiced to make their Curriculum Vitae (CV) and prepared them to face an interview and interaction improvement. By the end of workshop session, we became confident and enthusiastic to face future interviews and day-to-day interaction.Many of my colleagues also received gifts from Deloitte during session for performing on various exercises,” she said. 

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