Tag Archives: transferable skills

Pinning your hopes: guest post #3 on the Employability blog

As both readers of this blog may have seen, I’ve recently written several features for the University’s Employability blog on musicians, transferable skills and musical Life After Kent.

ArtsVac_board_newThe latest post, Pinning your hopes, takes a look at the virtual pinboard I run on Pinterest, reasons for setting it up and what (and whom) it’s there for.

Read for yourself over on the Employability blog here.

You can’t take it with you. Wait, yes you can!

Over on the University’s Employability blog, the first of three articles I’ve guest-written about musicians, transferable skills, and employability.

This first feature looks at the array of skills with which musicians are often equipped – sometimes without even realising….

Mightier than the sword…

(There’s even a reference to Hugh de Bonneville too…)

Read the article here.