Coffee, Cake & Careers and higher education

| 23/02/2010

(CNS): The recruitment professionals at CML say they are seeing a trend amongst the candidates that have applied in the first month of 2010 – a keen interest in evaluating how education can improve their situation. Several individuals have sought advice regarding the best educational opportunities to assist them on their career path. Therefore, CML’s next ‘Coffee, Cake & Careers’ evening, which takes place tonight, Tuesday 23 February, will focus on further education.

“Further education is essential to move forward with your career, to help put you past the post,” explained CML CEO Steve McIntosh. “Most of today’s CEOs have been studying for years, with several degrees and qualifications under their belt. I’m a perfect example – I’m currently studying for my MBA! We’ve invited UCCI to join us for our first Coffee, Cake & Careers evening of 2010 to discuss available courses and potential career paths with our candidates.”

UCCI representative Mitch Ebanks, Coordinator of Special Services will join the consultants in meeting and advising job-seekers and those looking to advance their careers in an informal setting. This will be CML’s fifth Coffee, Cake & Careers evening. These events focus on providing feedback and advice on resumes and interview skills for job seekers, as well as assisting in finding employment. Previous evenings have also highlighted the value of training and development, and provided tips to impress an HR Manager. Attendees are asked to bring a copy of their resume to CML’s office in the Grand Pavilion Commercial Centre on West Bay Road between 5 pm and 6 pm on Tuesday, February 23, 2010.

CML Offshore Recruitment is the world’s largest offshore recruitment specialist with professional consultants recruiting for all areas including legal, accounting, IT and administrative fields. For more information contact CML Offshore Recruitment on 949 1345 or email

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