The 21st Diploma in Diplomacy & World Affairs course will commence on 6th June, 2019. The course is offered to the public on the basis that diplomatic skills and knowledge of global issues are today required by all those whose professional duties entail interaction with the international community.
Course is ideal for:
Professionals in the Public and Private Sector, Officers of the Armed Services & Police, Undergraduates, Media, NGO Personnel and those interested in Diplomacy and World Affairs.
Minimum 3 passes at the G.C.E. Advanced Level Examination (at a single sitting) or any other professional qualification relevant to the curriculum.
A good knowledge of English
Duration: 01 Year
Lectures: Wednesday & Thursday
Time: 5.30 p.m to 7.30 p.m.
Closing date for applications is extended till 31/05/2019.
University of Vocational Technology calls as Technical Colleges invites applications for the short courses. University of Vocational Technology has been established under the parliamentary Act No. 31 of 2008, to provide progressive upward movement to the students in the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET). University is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities.
NVQ Level 6 Higher National Diploma
Professional industry qualification for employment in Junior Management and Supervisory levels
Three (3) Years. Full Time (Including 6 months Foundation Course and 6 months On the Job Training)
Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Technology
Maritime and Logistics management
Building Services Technology
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology
Travel and Tour Management
Farm Machinery Technology
Television Programme Production Technology
Fashion Designing Technology
Television Post Production Technology
Drafting Technology course award NVQ Level 5 Diploma Only. All the other courses award NVQ Level 6 Higher Diplomas.
Application Fee Rs. 500. Please pay Rs. 500 for relevant University College Account number and attach the bank receipt with application.
Age Should be below 29 Year at 15.01.2019
Duly completed application form could be submitted through post to reach the following relevant address by registered post on or before 31st Janaury 2019.Please write “Application for University College & Relevant Course” on top eft hand corner of the envelope.
The programme is designed to provide a detailed understanding of Linkedln. The speaker will share different options in Linkedln which can be used for effective marketing campaigns and how to target the correct audience for business growth. Also she will share some of her case studies to provide a deeper understanding on Linkedln as a brand building platform
Linkedln as a marketing platform
Linkedln branding strategy
Content planning & creation
Lead generation in Linkedln
Linkedln marketing tools
Planning Linkedln campaigns
Kick-starting the Linkedln campaign
Resource Person: Alexandra Galviz (Authentic Alex)
Linkedln Top Voice UK 2017&2018
Linkedln Local Co-Creator
Linkedln Personal Branding
Learning to generate leads in Linkedln
Kick start in Linkedln so you can generate leads almost immediately
Marketing / Brand executives and those holding higher positions, Entrepreneurs, Sales Professionals
Event Date: 23rd January 2019
Time: 9 Am to 5 Pm
Venue: Hilton Residence
Investment: LKR 14,500/Nett
For more details contact to SLIM Trainings on 0702 003 300 / 0703 11 00 11 or see below image
“License to sell” is a unique programme designed by Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing to elevate the standard of Executives, Distributors, Sales Representatives, any individuals who like to start a career in sales and anyone who likes to develop their skills in sales.
“License to Sell” contains 11 modules. Each module works independently from the other in order to make it easy for the student to join. The student has to attend all the modules to get a better understanding of sales & to obtain the certificate.
Duration of each module is 2 hours and each session will be conducted once a week. The total duration of the programme is 22 hours.
Personal grooming & personal Branding
Creating a winning attitude
Leveraging technology for better prospecting
Productivity, multitasking & time management
Social media for sales
Meeting the client & sales presentation skills
Basic finance for sales
Class : Every Wednesday
Time: 6.00 pm – 8.00 pm
Location: SLIM Home
For more details contact to SLIM Trainings on 0703 069 031or see below image
SLIM Trainings organise a programme with a scope of educating marketers about the Financial needs and this programme designed with financial formulas and ratios which are relevant for marketing and sales budgeting/planning.
Trainers will assist the participants in understanding financial reports and how to extract the relevant data for planning/forecasting.
The programme covers
Understanding financial jargon
Key elements of budgeting
Financial formulas relevant for marketing and sales
Understanding financial statements
The importance of financial data in a boardroom discussions
Open University of Sri Lanka is one of the best way to obtain your Diplomas and Degree programme if you don’t have any basic qualifications to enter State universities.
And Open University of Sri Lanka Diplomas and Degree programme are high recognised by those who were into the business for so long and know the education system of Sri Lanka. Many of the company appreciate to have Open University of Sri Lanka students as they did their degree programme while they working committed and finish it on time.
Therefore if anyone wanted to degree programme at an affordable price, this is the one of the options.
See below details of the diploma and degree programme offered by Open University of Sri Lanka.
Postgraduate Institute of English
Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language IPG Dip. in TESL)
Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language IMA in TESL)
Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching Literature in a Second Language Context
Master of Arts in Teaching Literature in a Second Language Context
Faculty of Education
Certificate in Pre-School Education
Advanced Certificate in Pre-school Education
Diploma in Early Childhood Education & Primary Education
Ed (Drama & Theatre)
Ed (Natural Science) -Level 3
Ed (Special Needs Education) Degree Programme (Level 5)
MA (Teacher Education)-international – MATE-(I)
Master of Education (M.Ed)
Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)
Postgraduate Diploma in Special Needs Education (PGD-SNE)
Faculty of Health Sciences
Bachelor of Pharmacy (B .Pharm)
Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Sciences (BMLS)
Faculty of Engineering Technology
Certificate in Industrial Studies-Area of specializations: Animal Husbandry & Aquaculture
Certificate in Industrial Studies – Area of specializations: Apparel Technology
Diploma in Information Systems and Technology
Bachelor of Technology Honours in Engineering – Area of specializations: Civil/ Electrical/Electronics & Communication/ Computer/ Mechanical/ Machatronics /Textile and Clothing
Bachelor of Industrial Studies Honours: Agriculture/ Apparel Production and Management/Fashion Design and Product Development/Textile Manufacture
Bachelor of Software Engineering Honours
Postgraduate Diploma in Technology in Construction Management
Master of Technology in Construction Management
Postgraduate Diploma in Technology in Apparel Production and Management
Master of Technology in Apparel Production and Management
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Certificate in Computer Networks & Security (CCNS)
Certificate in Wild Life Conservation and Management
Certificate in Professional Computer Applications (CPCA)
Diploma in Environmental Science Diploma in Natural Resources & Tourism
Bachelor of Science (BSc)
Sc. in Entomology & Applied Parasitology
Sc in Environmental Sciences
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Certificate in Social Sciences
Certificate in Basic Tamil and Sinhala
Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (ESBM)
Advanced Certificate in English for Business & Professional Communication
Diploma in English Language and Literature (DELL)
Diploma in Youth Development
Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences
Bachelor of Arts in English & English Language Teaching (BAELT)
Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)
Master of Arts in Development Studies and Public Policy
LLM Criminal Justice Administration
Master in Business Management / Human Resources Management
Commonwealth Executive MBA/CEMPA
All the certificate, diploma and degree programmes are Internationally and Nationally Recognised and Approved by UCG
Are you a freelance lecturer or trainer or a person who looking forward a hall for your meeting or seminars, here is best cost and comfortable place for your seminar and meetings to be held in prime location in colombo.
Raja Bojun Liberty Arcade Roof Top will cost you Rs. 1,730/- + Vat per person and covers below services
Morning snack – 3 snacks items and Iced Coffee
Lunch – Sri Lankan Buffet at Raja Bojun at Level 4
Evening – Piece of Cake and Tea
for more than 25 Pax hall will be free of charge for 8 hours.
For more details contact to Raja Bojun, Liberty Aracde, No 282, R.A.De. Mel Mawatha, Colombo 03 or call 0114 716 171 or 0714 086 450
One of the most important steps you can take toward achieving your greatest potential in business is to learn to monitor your attitude and its impact on your work performance, relationships and everyone around you.
A Positive Attitude leads to Success and Happiness. A positive attitude helps you cope more easily with the daily affairs of life. It brings optimism into your life, and makes it easier to avoid worries and negative thinking.
With a positive attitude, you see the bright side of life, become optimistic, and expect the best to happen IT is certainly a state of mind that is well worth developing.
The objective of the Seminar is to change the mind-set of the participants to think and act positively towards the success of self and the organization
What will you Learn
How to be happy at work
Mind that matters and the power of the mind
Harness the power within you
Personal and Organisational success through positive thinking and happiness
Attitudes and Attitude transformation process
Performance enhancement through positive attitudes
Attitudes and the workplace
Changing attitudes and develop positive attitudes
Attitudes vs Productivity
Transforming attitudes for personal and organisational success
Attitudes on continuous improvement
Businesses, Associations, Government Departments, Hospitals, Non-Profit fund raisers, Schools, Community Service Organisations, Universities, Entrepreneurs and Professionals
Department of Examination released Grade 5 Scholarship examination result for 2017 on www.doenets.lk now. those who did the Grade 5 scholarship examination on 2017 could obtain their result by inserting your index number on given below link
The Education Ministry will introduce its novel pilot project of vocational academic stream for the students who wish to follow the stream from October, 2017.
The ministry will launch the new stream aiming 5,000 students at 42 selected schools countrywide covering 25 administrative districts of the country. Kurunegala District UNP Parliamentarian and Education Minister AkilaViraj Kariyawasam told to the News that the students who complete the vocational academic stream will have NVQ 04 qualifications.
They can get lucrative jobs locally and globally as there is an increasing demand for skilled and professionally – qualified technologists and technicians. A technologist can earn around Rs. 350,000 monthly, the minister said.
Dear Son & Daughter, Bring out the artistic talent within you and be a “Little Picasso”, Children who maintain any of the BOC accounts shown below can enter this competition held to commemorate the 78th Anniversary of Bank of Ceylon.
If you don’t have a BOC account, you can open a new account and enter the art competition. Bank of Ceylon will also contribute Rs.100 to your new account.
The art competition will be conducted under four categories
Category 1 – Pre-school
Category 2 – Grade 1-5
Category 3 – Grade 6 – 9
Category 4 – Grade 10-13
Awards & Winners
1st. 2nd and 3rd winners in each category at national level will receive Rs.100,000/. Rs.75,000/- and Rs.50,000/-respectively, along with a medal and a certificate. 10 merit winners will also be selected.
1st. 2nd and 3rd winners in each category at provincial level will receive Rs.25.000/- Rs.15.000/- and Rs.10.000/- # respectively, along with a certificate. 10 merit winners will also selected.
Cash prizes for the respective schools
1st. 2nd and 3rd winners in each category at notional level will receive valuable cash prices The schools that maintain BOC Savings Units will receive special cash prizes.
hand over your drawing along with your application to your nearest Bank of Ceylon branch on or before the 8th of September 2017
Terms and Conditions
Drawings under any topic can be submitted
Each child can submit only one drawing for the competition
White-mat drawing paper (18″ x 14″)
Colours: Pastel / water colours / poster colours (any medium you use must not smear on touch)
No borders should be left on the paper
An application prepared as per the specimen should be 1 pasted behind the drawing and certified as required
The drawing should not be rolled or folded
When submitting the drawing for the art competition, the child’s minimum BOC account balance should be Rs.250
For more details, contact the manager of the nearest BOC branch or call 011 220 44 44 or see below image
Get savvy with creative thinking the modern skill that future employers will love. Sign up for the best early introduction to unique thinking patterns taught through graphic and animation, Interior design and basic fashion studies, taught by international design experts.
Design Camp – 31st July to 4th August
Focused on graphic design, motion graphics & animation, interior design and basic fashion designed.
Fashion Camp – 8th August to 11th August
Focused on fashion design, textile design, fashion styling and fashion marketing.
Age: 15 – 19 Years
Investment: Rs. 15,000/-
Time: 9.00 Am to 4.00 Pm Weekdays
Register now, limited seats available for more details see below image or contact to AOD on 0775 727 772
Chamber of Construction Industry Sri Lanka organise a workshop on lean management relates to construction for the 1st time in Sri Lanka.
By the fusion of standard construction practices with planning, control and factoring construction variables into a seamless Lean process upto 20% of project costs can be saved. This workshop would suits to Key players in realms of Construction, Consultancy and Manufacture. Also Government Ministries involved in development activities.
Venue: Jubilee Ball Room, Galle Face Hotel.
Time: From 1.30 p.m to 7.00 P.M Followed by a Cocktail
Conducted by: Dr. Iris D Tommelein
For more details and Registration contact to 011-3050810 / 011-2667700 / 011-2667713
National Institute of Labour Studies, under Ministry of Labour & Trade Union Relations organize a one day workshop on Understanding Labour Laws for Better Industrial Relations on 17th November 2016 from 9.00 Am to 5.00 Pm.
Enhance knowledge on Labour rights, Acts and Legislations
Overview of Labour legislation in Sri Lanka
Shop and Office Employees Act
Wages Board Ordinance
Industrial Dispute Act
Termination of Employment of Workmen (special provision)
Law relating to vacation of post
Provisions in the Factories Ordinance
Payment of Gratuity
Mr. P.S.Pathirathna (Senior Legal Adviser, Department of Labour)
Mr. A.Sarveswaran (Attorney-at Law Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Colombo)
Course Fee: Rs. 8,500/- (Net per Participant)
Venue: Grand Monarch Hotel, 527/7, Borella Road, Thalawatugoda.
(Course Materials, Lunch, Refreshment & NILS T-Shirt included)
For more details contact to Priyantha – 0777 430881 / Lankika -0777 336129 or see below image
A total of 3514 candidates, who sat for the Korean Language Proficiency Examination were selected for jobs in South Korea, the Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment announced yesterday.
The official results of the examination could be obtained from the Foreign Employment Bureau website www.slbfe.lk. This was the first exam held under the newly launched point system.
According to the results of the Korean language proficiency examination held on August 8-September 19 and October 1-2, 3514 candidates out of 20, 187 candidates who sat for the examination, had qualified to go to Korea for employment.
The exams were held for those who sought jobs in the fisheries and production sectors and the Korean Human Resources Institute had published the list of names of the candidates who obtained marks above the cut-off mark in the respective disciplines.
Interviews for the qualified candidates would be held from October 17 to 20 at 14 regional centres including Anuradhapura, Kandy, Ratnapura, Kadawatha, Galle, Tangalle, Badulla and Trincomalee.
The KLP exam was held under the supervision of the Examinations Department.
Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment announced that that 2016 /2017 Korean Language Proficiency (EPS-TOPIK System) examination result schedule to be release on 12th October 2016.
This Examination; is the first Korean Language Proficiency examination held under EPS-TOPIK System and 90.3% of participants have been qualified in their Korean Language Proficiency level.
Those who qualified the above examination could apply for the Skill Test and Competency test from 17th to 20th October 2016 and the examination will be help from 16th November to 22nd November 2016 of 7 days.
The final result would be release on 7th December 2016 on Wednesday.
Officials state this is the only examination is considered by the Korean Employers and high commissions for offering visa and none of the other Language qualifications are not considerable for working in Korea.
Therefore the Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment announces beware from fake a institution who offers fake Language courses and certificates.
Sri Lanka’s economic growth potential is not unknown. Its strategic geographical location, proximity and access to growing markets in Asia, high basic development indicators, and human and environmental assets, put it on a strong footing to be a star performer in Asia. Yet, the ability to transform this clear potential into strong performance seems to be elusive. What is required now is to move from issues to solutions, from potential to performance, and from rhetoric to action. The focus of this year’s Sri Lanka Economic Summit is precisely that; transforming Sri Lanka’s potential with action.
This year’s Summit brings together a unique mix of those who know it and those who have done it. Speakers include top names from across the world who, through focussed action and high performance, have made progress and made a change. Sessions are structured to ensure that participants understand the issues, but are swiftly moved on to discussing possible solutions and feasible action. Speakers will highlight good practices from other contexts and distill lessons for Sri Lanka’s own economic transformation.
The Session on Private-Public Partnerships will discuss specific actions that need to be taken to mobilise private investment to meet public policy challenges, including good practices in devising PPPs that balance investor and government interests.
The Session on talent and human resources will attempt to overcome conventional thinking, to take a
close look at practical options for Sri Lanka to meet emerging skill needs through liberalizing inward migration for certain sectors, attracting back skilled workers in the diaspora, and improving the climate for young people to thrive.
In the session on Tourism, speakers will discuss what it will take to position Sri Lanka strongly in overseas travel markets, attracting investment and quality tourists, and navigate new challenges brought on by the digital economy and informality.
The session on international logistics and trade will explore what concrete steps need to be taken to leverage on Sri Lanka’s location, including attracting international players into the country’s logistics industry, modernizing infrastructure with private sector partnerships, and linking into global value chains.
In the session on agriculture, speakers will take an incisive look at why existing agricultural and land policies are holding back productivity in the sector, what short and long term options are available to transform plantations given the political economy sensitivities, and how to boost agribusinesses.
With the state-owned enterprise sector still playing a dominant role in the economy and the public sector expected to deliver on economic transformation, the final session will explore what reforms are needed in the public sector to enable faster growth.
Sri Lanka Economic Summit 2016 -Day 1 (Tuesday, 2nd August 2016)
08:00 hrs: Registration
0900 – 0930 hrs: Inaugural Session
0930 – 1100 hrs: Session 1
Accelerating Growth, Pushing for Performance
Keynote Speakers: Hon Ravi Karunanayake – Minister of Finance
Panelists: Mr Weerakoon Wijewardena – Former Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Prof Razeen Sally – Chairman, Institute of Policy Studies
Moderator: Mr Suresh Shah – Immdt Past Chairman, The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce
1100 – 1130 hrs Tea Break
1130 – 1300 hrs Session 2
Private Public Partnerships – Getting Them Done, Getting Them Right
Keynote Speakers: Mr Gajendra Haldea – Advisor, Government of Rajasthan, India,
Hon Eran Wickramarathne – Deputy Minister of State Enterprises and Entrepreneurship,
Mr Kamal Dorabawila – Principal Investment Officer, IFC
Panelists: Mr Romesh David – President, Transportation and Information Technology, John Keells Holdings,
Mr Thilan Wijesinghe – Chairman, TWCorp
Moderator: Ms Helani Galpaya – CEO, LIRNEasia
1400 – 1530 hrs Session 3
Tourism – Delivering the Potential
Keynote Speakers: Mr Michael Cottan – Executive Vice President, Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd
Mr Andrew Fairley – Director, Tourism Australia
Mr Mike Orgill – Director, Public Policy Asia Pacific, AirBnB
Mr Jörn Krausser – Vice President Intercontinental Travel, DERTOUR
Panelist: Mr Krishan Balendra – President Leisure Sector, John Keells Holdings PLC
Moderator: Ms Shiromal Cooray – Managing Director, Jetwing Travels
1530 – 1600 hrs Tea break
1600 – 1730 hrs Session 4
International Trade and Logistics – Leveraging on Location
It is a necessity to start Research and Development projects for the improvement and upgrading of the industries in Sri Lanka. To encourage the industrialists to start Research and Development projects, the Ministry of Industry and Commerce has started a program to offer financial assistance for the suitable industrialists.
Applications are called for research and development projects under two sections
Project proposals on innovative product development
New innovations and innovative product improvements
Low cost high quality product development
Project proposals on existing production process development
Improvements to existing process development
Environmentally sustainable process development
Industries which are involved in product manufacturing process or promotion of industrial innovation are also eligible to apply
Fifty percent (50%) of the project cost will be born by the ministry after monitoring the process of research or promotion of industrial innovation.
Participation in skill development programs such as lectures, technical sessions and seminars.
The project must have innovative product or innovative development of production process.
Should have five year experience in product manufacturing.
Note: This condition will not be applicable to new innovators or promoters of industrial innovation.
The applicant must provide proof of concept.
The proposed project should have market potential.
Economical benefits should be gained by the proposed project.
It is noted that this grant will not be provided for business investments, business developments and to start new business.
All applications will be evaluated by a panel of judges who are qualified in manufacturing related product & process development. Short listed applicants will be invited for an interview by a selection committee appointed by the Secretary of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce. Technical feasibility of those applicants/projects will be evaluated and all necessary documents must be provide by the selected applicant.
Application forms can be down loaded by the ministry website www.industry.gov.lk or can be collected from the premises of Ministry of Industry & Commerce. Duly completed application should be sent by registered post to Director, Development Division III, Ministry of Industry & Commerce, 73/1, Galle Road, Colombo 03.
The registration forms for the Korean Language Proficiency Examination will issue from 20th to 23rd June 2016 via 15 Foreign Employment Bureau centres islandwide such as Anuradhapura, Badulla, Kandy, Matara, Ratnapura, Galle, Kadawatha, Seeduwa,Tangalle, Kurunegala, Trincomalee, Vavuniya, Jaffna and Polonnaruwa.
This will be the first exam to be held under the Point System. The Korean Language Proficiency examination prevailed earlier as a written examination but the Human Resources Department of Korea decided to hold it as an online examination in order to overcome shortcomings which prevailed with the written examination.
The online examination is scheduled to be held in July this year at CBT Center in Depanama, Pannipitiya.
Due to major fraud and illegal business done by thired party businesses, Foreign Employment Bureau advise the applicant to obtain information only from the Foreign Employment Bureau.
For more details visit www.slbfe.lk and the 2016 /2017 Korean Language Proficiency Online Examation result will be release on Foreign Employment Bureau website www.slbfe.lk