Following last year’s project, Your Future, One Step at a Time, the Careers and Employability Service (CES) will again be running a series of mental health and employment sessions during the autumn term. The project offers students who self-identify with mental health conditions to receive support in informal group sessions, which focuses on employability.
Sessions will include topics on:
- Managing anxiety in the workplace
- Disclosing a mental health condition
- Developing career confidence
When? Introductory session will begin during EmpFest18
Step 1 – Preparation for the Careers Fair Access Hour
Friday 5th October ,10am – 11am
The Access Hour will run from 10am – 11am during the Careers Fair, for students who may find the Fair daunting, enabling them to meet with employers in a less crowded environment.
Step 2 – Managing Anxiety in the Workplace
Wednesday 31st October
Managing anxiety in the workplace, handling rejection and building resilience
Step 3 – Disclosing a Mental Health Condition
Wednesday 7th November
Disclosing a mental health condition – what should I disclose? Who to and when? Your rights and responsibilities.
Step 4 – Developing Career Confidence and Identifying Supporting Organisations
Wednesday 14th November
To sign up to any of the sessions, please visit Target Connect.