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Fire Up your Career Engine (FUCE)  is a series of career seminars and workshops delivered by experienced trainers or industry professionals to get you prepared for your career.

Have you started to plan for your career or search for a graduate job?

What kinds of CV and profile do employers look for?

How can you succeed in job searching and interviews?

Join FUCE to learn the essential skills and get all the important tips!

Through the FUCE programme, you will:

  • Gain understanding on graduate recruitment trends and employers’ expectations

  • Discover your career goals for effective job searching

  • Increase confidence and competitiveness in job applications

  • Learn the essential skills for job interviews and assessments

  • Get to know the appropriate mindset and attitude to survive and succeed in the workplace

FEBRUARY sessions

8 February 2021 (Mon)

3:30 pm – 4:45 pm

Employers' Perspective –Quick Tips on Job Application & Virtual Interview

(Speaker: Michael Page)

Expected Learning Outcome:

  • Receive an update from professional recruitment consultant on the recruitment trends and employment outlook for fresh graduates

  • Understand employers' expectations and prepare better for job applications and virtual interviews

19 February 2021 (Fri)

3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

How to Prepare for Virtual Career Fair

Expected Learning Outcome:

  • Know what and how to prepare before attending a Virtual Career Fair

  • Become confident to engage actively on the day of Fair

24 February 2021 (Wed)

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Effective CV & Cover Letter Writing

Expected Learning Outcome:

  • Understand the structure and format of a CV and cover letter

  • Develop the skills to construct a compelling CV and cover letter


MARCH sessions

8 March 2021 (Mon)

10:00 am – 11:30 am

Crafting Your LinkedIn Profile for Job Search & Networking

Expected Learning Outcome:

  • Identify the ways to establish a LinkedIn profile which catches recruiters' attention

  • Gain in-depth knowledge on job search best practices and professional networking at LinkedIn

24 March 2021 (Wed)

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Look Behind Common Interview Questions

Expected Learning Outcome:

  • Understand interviewers' expectation on common interview questions

  • Comprehend the ways to structure answers for competency-based questions

10 March 2021 (Wed)

3:00 pm – 4:15 pm

Powerful Self-Introduction
at Job Interview

Expected Learning Outcome:

  • Learn about the elements of self-introduction for job interview

  • Demonstrate the ability to make a unique and impressive self-introduction

29 March 2021 (Mon)

2:45 pm – 4:00 pm

Standing Out in
Group Interview

Expected Learning Outcome:

  • Learn about the common assessment criteria for group interview

  • Acquire the group discussion techniques to stand out from others

13 March 2021 (Sat)

10:00 am – 12:00 nn

Developing a Slash Career

Expected Learning Outcome:

  • Get to know the definition of slash career and the reason to embrace it

  • Gain more ideas on how to start and what to look for in a slash career


APRIL sessions

14 April 2021 (Wed)

3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Workplace Etiquette for
Early Careers

Expected Learning Outcome:

  • Become aware of the pre-employment workplace etiquette that is important for building trust and rapport

  • Develop basic skills for successful workplace communication and partnership

26 April 2021 (Mon)

2:45 pm – 4:00 pm

Making the Best Decision on Job Offers

Expected Learning Outcome:

  • Learn about the strategies in choosing between multiple job offers

  • Demonstrate the ability to take guesswork out of the decision making process

Registration Method

Notes for Registration:

  • All the sessions will be conducted in English.

  • Priority will be given to students graduating in 2021, but other students or fresh graduates are welcome to join too.

  • You can register for any one or all of the sessions. The Zoom meeting link(s) will be provided to successful registrants via a confirmation email.

  • Some sessions involve practice and you are reminded to indicate your interest on the registration form if you want to participate in the practice.

  • Quota is limited, please register as soon as possible.

  • Once you receive our confirmation email, please make sure you attend the session(s) you have signed up for; otherwise you will be put in a lower priority for future programmes.