Careers events week commencing 7 December 2020

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Monday 7 December

Creating a Great CV, 12.30-13.30

This presentation will cover the do’s and don’ts when it comes to creating a great CV and covering letter, including how to structure a CV and how to make an impact!

Tuesday 8 December

How to get started with LinkedIn, 10.00-10.30

Not joined LinkedIn? It is one of the most useful places to network. Find out to get started setting up LinkedIn with the basics.

Virtual Volunteering, 11.00-12.00

Virtual Volunteering is a great way to gain experience and develop your employability skills in the current climate. This session will go through the different types of opportunities which are available and how you can make the most of them.

How good is your LinkedIn profile?, 12.00-13.00

Have you heard of LinkedIn, but you are unsure how it works? Or maybe you have a LinkedIn profile, but you would like to grow your network? In this interactive session an Adviser provide advice on creating and developing an effective profile, as well as discuss the tools you can use to expand your connections!

Blind in Business & ITV Q&A webinar, 12.30-13.30

Blind in Business will be hosting a Q&A with Robbie (Senior Resourcing Manager) and Natasha (Senior Resourcer ) at ITV!

Wednesday 9 December

Professional work behaviour, 11.00-12.00

Come along to get some information on expectations from your new employer, how to behave in the workplace and hints and tips for making a positive impression in your new job.

IBM: Mock Interviews, 13.00-14.00

in this session IBM are offering the opportunity for you to put what you learned about interviews into practice.  You can sign up for a 20 minute practice interview and receive feedback.  Please note that spaces at this event are limited so you need to reserve a place.

Rationality and Biases in Finance and Insurance markets, 14.00-15.00

The Invicta Actuarial Society has organised an academic talk on “Rationality and Biases in Finance and Insurance Markets”, delivered by Dr Melanie Nica of the University of Kent.

Thursday 10 December

Developing Resilience in the recruitment process, 13.00-14.00

What is resilience in relation to the recruitment process and steps to develop this vital skill

Creating a Great CV, 14.00-15.00

This presentation will cover the do’s and don’ts when it comes to creating a great CV and covering letter, including how to structure a CV and how to make an impact!

Networking online, 15.0016.00

Learning how to network effectively is one of the most powerful tools an individual can use to advance their personal and professional life. This skill could possibly help you land your dream job and become close with the leaders in your industry. This workshop will cover the benefits of networking, how to prepare for an online event and how to get the most out of networking.

Careers in Data – Q&A Alumni panel, 17.00-18.00

Are you interested in a career using Data? Maybe Data Analyst or Data Scientist is where you want your career to head after university? This is THE event for you to find out more and ask any questions you might have.

Friday 11 December

Study Plus – Introduction to Management, 13.15-14.45

By the end of the session, participants will have Understood the need to manage yourself, the team, and the task! Examined their own personality style and therefore how they may manage and Explored Problem Solving and Decision-Making tools.

Study Plus – Aspire workshop – who is your customer, 15.00-17.00

Learn how to build and use customer personas to refine your idea, define your marketing strategy and develop your business idea to meet your customers’ needs. In groups or individually, create a customer survey to generate feedback.

For further information, to book and for details of how to join these sessions click the link, or log on to Target Connect

All sessions will be online.