If you want to talk about your skills in a compelling way, you have to go deeper than that. One way to do this is to give the checklist and take a longer and more fruitful approach to identifying your skills.
Don’t forget that potential employers aren’t actually interested in your skills—they’re interested in how those skills can help them meet their needs.
Generally, today’s job market demands more than just knowledge and skills. Beyond these job-specific technical skills, management courses are nearly universally sought by employers. The challenge is to introduce a program which allows students to learn and capitalize their management competencies.