Every semester Careers & Employability run a series of Careers Sessions which are your chance to get help, advice and information on all elements of job hunting. Sessions are delivered by our Careers Team and are typically 50 minutes long.
Wednesday 23 October, 10.10am
Wednesday 16 October, 10.10am
Tuesday 29 October, 12.10pm
Wednesday 16 October, 2.10pm
Monday 21 October, 4.10pm
Friday 25 October, 10.10am
Tuesday 5 November, 10.10am
Haven’t a Clue – Getting Started with Career Planning
Thursday 24 October, 11.10am
Assessment Centre Group Discussion (1 1/2 hours)
Wednesday 30 October, 2.10pm
Converting to Law
Monday 21 October, 2.10pm
What Can I Do With a Degree in Humanities
Thursday 17 October, 11.10am
International Students: CV Writing
Wednesday 6 November, 2.10pm
Drop-in session – Should I Disclose Dyslexia/Disability/Health Condition to an Employer?
Thursday 7 November, 10am – 11am
You can check out the event calendar and book a place via Your Careers Account.
Please also be aware of other guidance sessions held on campus that you may find beneficial:
Student Support Advice & Guidance Sessions
The Student Support Service provides a range of courses aimed at enhancing your ability to manage anxiety and stress, build self-esteem and learn to use your drive to succeed positively, reducing the pressure of perfectionism. All these can help you to develop strong workplace relationships, and proficiency in managing the demands and pressures of a modern work environment, and are skills that are highly regarded by employers.
The courses offered by the Student Support Service include the following:
Detailed information about all of these courses, and more, can be found here.
Careers Sessions in the Students’ Union
The Skills Development Service (SDS) provides a range of courses aimed at building your confidence, improving your transferable skills and increasing your employability potential. Certificates are awarded for successful completion of courses and are highly regarded by employers.
The courses offered by the Skills Development Service are broken down into three main areas:
Certificate of Professional Development
Certificate in Health, Safety & Wellbeing