Careers events week beginning 7 March 2022

study Plus events week 32

Monday 7 March

Study Plus – Personal Energy Management for Optimal Workplace Performance by Ali Whelan, 10:00-11:30, Online

Moving past time management, energy management relates to understanding your optimum performance times

Creative Careers: Year in Television and Online Broadcasting, 12:00-13:00, Keynes KS13 (Canterbury Campus) and Online

Do you want to create eye-catching videos for television or online? Do you dream of a career in content creation or TV? Take your first step with this unique year-long programme based at professional television station KMTV, right here at the University of Kent. .

Creative Careers: Creative Access Showcase, 17:00-18:00, Online

A virtual high visibility event with a panel of creative professionals and alumni from Creative Access to share their creative journeys, what their current roles entail, top tips and guidance. 

Tuesday 8 March

Creative Careers: Writing for a Living and Getting Published – Alumni panel event, 13:00-14:00, Marlowe MarLT1 (Canterbury Campus) and Online

Join a panel of alumni to find out about their experiences of writing for a living and getting published.

Wednesday 9 March

Study Plus LinkedIn Headshots by Matt Cook, 09:30-16:00, Careers and Employability Service Building (Canterbury Campus)

The Careers & Employability Service is offering students the chance to have a professional portrait taken by Matt Cook Photography, free of charge, which can be used for their profile.

Creative Careers: How to get a Career in Gaming, 17:00-18:00, Online

Hear from our panel of experts about how they got their careers in the gaming industry, their experiences and hear their advice on how to land your dream job in the industry.

Thursday 10 March

Creative Careers: How to Kickstart your Career in Digital Marketing with alumnus, Morgan Rodway-Wing, 11:00-12:00, Online

Morgan studied both her BA and MA in English and American Literature at Kent. She is currently an SEO Executive at digital marketing agency Reflect Digital,

Study Plus – FDM Introduction to Risk, Regulation and Compliance, 14:00-14:45, Online

The Risk Regulation and Compliance Programme will prepare you to work in a broad range of roles, often in Financial Services, helping clients to ensure that they comply with evermore pressing regulations from the authorities. Outside of Financial Services, Risk Regulation and Compliance Analysts help clients manage risks and meet regulatory and compliance demands. This webinar is ideal for anyone wanting to learn more about FDM’s Risk, Regulation and Compliance stream and gain an insight into a career in this field. Registration for this event will open soon.

Creative Careers: Managing a Portfolio Career, CES Workshop. 15.00-16.00

Many people combine a number of roles into their professional experience.

What is a portfolio career? When might you have one and how can you successfully manage one? In this interactive workshop we explore portfolio careers, their pros, cons and how to prepare.

Creative Careers: Careers in the Heritage Sector, Panel Event.18.00-19.00 in Grimond LT3

Join us to find out from our panel about working in the Heritage Sector, how to access careers in heritage, the roles available and skills required.

Friday 11 March

Study Plus Speaking and Public Speaking by Steve Haines, 11:00-12:00, Online

This session gets the attendees talking, with practical exercises and tips on how to structure how to speak to build teams and get things done.