Redemptorist students review skills needed to get government work

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About 50 Redemptorist School for Persons with Disabilities students learned what it takes to get a job in the government during a seminar at the school.

Napa Setakorn, director of the National Office for Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, chaired the Oct. 9 workshop organized to support disabled students and provide knowledge so they can work for government agencies.

Redemptorist officials said government agencies do not always see the potential of disabled people. Some might face problems, as they might not understand various things and are not compatible with other co-workers or supervisors.

The workshop stressed that patience is important and students must develop skills for compatibility and social skills.

Napa Setakorn, director of the National Office for Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities stresses that patience is important and students must develop skills for compatibility and social skills.Napa Setakorn, director of the National Office for Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities stresses that patience is important and students must develop skills for compatibility and social skills.