14 Days Residential Startup Business Programme

About Kainth’z

“Kainth Consultants” is Hospitality Startup Business Academy Which is an institution born out of the need for coaching and professional guidance in the field of Domestic & Overseas Education. “Kainth Consultants” has been established after thorough research by a team of highly qualified professionals with a wealth of experience from diverse educational and professional backgrounds.

What Kainth’z do?

We provide Trainers in Academy related to studies of Govt Exams, SSC, UPSC, ICS, PCS, RRB, IELTS, PTE, Banking & Accountancy, Immigration, Entrepreneurship, Management, Retail, Hospitality, Salon, Spa, Hotels, Cruise, Ships, etc to help with the early steps of an enterprise.

Role of Our Master Trainer

Education is important in life. It gives you the skill and tools you need to pilot the world without education, people wouldn’t be able to read, write and communicate with the right education and training you gain the ability to perform a job competently, accurately, and safely.

Career training and Jobs

We provide training and guidance to assist with information on education and training courses, career pathways options, and career planning processes. The jobs and skills we can help-
• Discovering your career interest and focusing your career choices.
• Career planning tools and resources.
• Career pathway information.
• Making choices and action planning
• Job matching and job search.

Why Attend workshops?

Attending workshops will give you a chance to latest developments in your field and keep your skills and knowledge up to date. It can also be a great way to meet and exchange ideas with other professionals in your field. Online courses tend to be more flexible which makes them a convenient option for working professionals. Learn something new
in order to showcase your versatility as an employee.

Ask Yourself Compare where you are now with where you would like to end up.

  • What specific skill will I need to acquire to reach my goals, and how will I acquire and develop them.
  • Which of my natural talents and abilities will I need to further develop and apply?
  • Who can help me, as a teacher, mentor, or accountability partner?
  • What new relationships will I need to form and what current relationships do I need to more deeply develop?
  • Once you have followed these steps, you’ll be ready to create a strategic career plan in which you will establish monthly goals and objectives.

Few Observations Why you need to attend workshops?

Educational industry and business practices are changing quicker than ever before, and this means some of the things you may have learned in school five or ten years ago may no longer be relevant or applicable. It’s a good idea to keep up with what is happening in your field by reading professional journals and research papers, attending industry events, conferences, and workshops, or participating in online forums and discussions on twitter. This type of self-directed learning will help you to keep your knowledge current and can even boost your confidence at work.

Even if you are happy in your current position, there is no need to stand still in your career. Look around you? Are your colleagues promoted and moving up through the ranks while you continue to perform the same task you were hired to do. If this is the case, there is a good chance you have become too comfortable with your routine and need to shake things up a bit.

Taking professional development courses and networking with other professionals will not only inspire you about new possibilities and give you something to work towards. Aside from the technical skills required in each industry, it is also important to develop somewhat tangible attributes like interpersonal skills, flexibility, or problem-solving. Mastering these skills can put you one step ahead because while most of your colleagues will have the same qualification as you do, fewer of them will have taken time to develop skills are not an absolute requirement.

What we hear most often from employers is that they are looking for soft skills. Employers are great at screening for technical skills required, but they still tend to struggle with identifying soft skills like resilience, tenacity, or effective communication skills. Do you show up on time? Do you stick to a task? Do you see the bigger picture? So you can predict what tasks you could be doing next? Do you understand yourself well enough to realistic about your strengths and weaknesses?


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