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[Career] On-the-job Training

Looking for your favourite job may not be an easy task. On-the-job training enhances the job skills of students through a wide range of practical job-specific skills training catering for the prevailing needs of the employment market. It can increase your chance in finding a suitable job. For more details of the progress of on-the-job training, you can visit the (YETP) Need jobs? Try On-the-job Training. Also, organisations shown below hold some related training courses. Students can enrol in their interested courses. 1. Vocational Training Council (VTC)'s Apprenticeship & Training Schemes2. Youth Employment and Training Programme (YETP) Besides, the Labour Department launches the e-Learning Support Scheme (“eLSS”), providing on-the-job training vacancies for young people who are interested in IT or education industries. Students who are interested can have a look of e-Learning Support Scheme.   Source:Youth Employment and Training Programme of the Labour Department - On-the-job Training

A Guide for Student Seeking Summer Jobs

You may be looking for summer or part-time jobs hoping to gain pocket money and working experience. Yet, you may easily fall prey to scammers’ devious employment traps. Lack of cautiousness may lead to financial loss or unwitting involvement in criminal activities. Beware of Employment Traps To avoid falling into employment traps when looking for summer jobs, please refer to “Beware of Employment Traps” by the Labour Department and learn some tips for protecting yourself. To raise awareness, the Labour Department has also produced a video for you to familiarise with some of the situations. Beware of Industrial Safety & Regulations Fresh job-seekers must pay attention to industrial safety and avoid taking up dangerous work. You should use safety equipment provided by employers and strictly follow all safety regulations at work. Protect yourself and others, your safety always comes first.