Student Of The Month

At Atlantis, we believe that professional education goes beyond technical skills. Education relates also to your attitudes and your intuitions. In most competitive job markets, recruitment criteria do not stop at technical ability and specialist knowledge. Recruiters will be looking for people who can become leaders, and leadership, itself, depends on several key soft skills.

Soft skills relate to how you work with others (whereas hard skills relate to you, in isolation, as an individual). Employers value soft skills because they enable people to function and thrive in teams and in organisations as a whole.

The “Student of the Month” is a special certificate granted to those who better demonstrated the following soft skills :

1 – Commitment : Having the positive attitude and the initiative to work well without round-the-clock supervision is a vital soft skill for any employee. Not only does it demonstrate reliability and commitment, but it shows that you can fit efficiently into an organisational structure without the need for constant oversight.

2 – Contribution: Working in a team towards a common goal requires the intuition and interpersonal acumen to know when to be a leader, and when to be a listener. Good team players are perceptive, as well as receptive to the needs and responsibilities of others.

3 – Respect: Treating people as human beings and not as pawns on a chess board. As you treat others with greater respect, they will admire you and so will the people who witness your actions. Also, knowing when to accept responsibility for any mistakes you have made demonstrates a healthy level of humility, and a willingness to learn and progress.

This distinction is given by the trainer once per term.