Way to Win 2017 – How to succeed in the graduate labour market

This one day Careers extravaganza is designed to help you succeed in your search for the perfect job.

Events include:

• Top tips for interviews
• Presenting yourself with confidence – maximise your competitive edge
• Master the mysteries of the assessment centre
• The graduate selection from A-Z – a recruiters perspective
• How to get the most out of recruitment agencies
• Working in the charity sector – opportunities and career paths

All these and so much more to help you reach your goals.

External speakers include NHS, Gradcore, Unlocked, Accelerator, Charityjob and many more.

Please note that this event is only open to students and graduates from London Metropolitan University.

Tuesday 13 June 2017

9am – 4.30pm

Holloway campus

Register your place on our Eventbrite page.

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Develop Your Confidence Day

Do you want to develop yourself and become more confident?
Do you want to feel empowered to achieve your goals, both personal and career related?

If so, this is just the one day course for you.

Self-confidence is essential for success in a variety of situations: planning for the future, securing a job and progressing in the workplace.

By the end of this event you will:

  • Be more aware of your strengths and areas you need to develop
  • Be better equipped to set goals, make decisions, identify what is holding you back and ways to move forward.

Our Trainer

Pam Lidford, is a fully qualified ICF PCC & Coaching Academy Coach, Thought Field Therapist, Master Practitioner in NLP and has trained and coached thousands of people in personal, private and public sectors. She was recently awarded the Association of Professional Coaches, Trainers & Consultants (APTC) Trainer of the Year Award 2015

She been involved in working with individuals of all ages in personal development and confidence for over 21 years and works on a 1-1 basis, as well as with teams within the business and corporate sector. Her aim is to help clients get clear about their confidence issues and then support them in becoming aware of what they can do to change and improve them. Her sessions are interactive and fun and she has regularly been called inspirational, passionate and supportive.

Some comments about Pam Lidford from London Met students and graduates:

“She was very interactive, her speech was always engaging and she taught valuable lessons.”

“Very good speaker who showed examples of how to become confident”

“The confidence coach was very helpful particularly as I have not had a professional job in the past, hence lacked confidence and was a little nervous”

“She was very helpful and she became my role model for presentations”.

“Confidence Coach really helped me to build confidence and also gave me knowledge on how confidence can be learned.”

Thursday 8 June 2017, 09.30am – 4.30pm
Room BPLG-02, Holloway campus

Friday 23 June 2017, 09.30am – 4.30pm
Room MG1-02, Moorgate campus

Please register your place on our Eventbrite page

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Free TV training for the General Election

WORLDbytes are offering a unique, creative opportunity for young people to have their say, make an impact around the General Election, and receive free TV training. 

They are offering 16-25 year olds free part-time (mainly weekends and evenings) ‘on the job’ training on all aspects of programme-making.  This package will focus on the General Election, featuring a lively on the sofa debate with a leading commentator and election vox pops on the streets.

This training package covers debates, discussion programmes, camera essentials, lighting, sound, presenting and interview technique.  No previous experience is required but a keen interest in challenging ideas is a must as our programmes prioritise content over style.  All participants will be credited – and in the creative world, credits are currency.

No one who applies will be turned away but everyone interested needs to get an application in fast and attend an introductory evening on 24th May to go through what is involved.

To apply please fill in a short application form at www.worldbytes.org/become-a-volunteer/

For any queries please contact us at world.write@btconnect.com

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Princess Productions Trainee Researcher Scheme

 WHO ARE PRINCESS PRODUCTIONS?We create award winning content for all UK broadcasters, digital platforms and major brands as well as working with the best traditional and digital talent. Our credits include: Sunday Brunch, The Wright Stuff, Stand Up To Cancer/C4, Got to Dance, The Face, Life Stripped Bare, The Superhumans Show, Stand Up To Cancer with YouTube, Rimmel Road Trip, Diversity presents Steal The Show, Taxi of Mum & Dad, and Be Tasty.

WHAT IS THE PRINCESS PRODUCTIONS TRAINEE RESEARCHER SCHEME?

This is a 12-month contract to join the team at Princess Productions working as a Junior Researcher across an array of exciting content.

WHAT WILL I BE DOING?

Over the 12 months, we aim to develop your experience across the full breadth of our productions. This can range from: working in development, assisting the team with research and contributing your own ideas, to being part of the Sunday Brunch team, writing guest biographies and supporting the Producer on a live weekly show or starting on a brand new commission full of exciting challenges.

The tasks will vary depending on the programmes but you will build your skills, confidence and CV to help advance your career in the media.

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

We are looking for creative people who are passionate and enthusiastic about entertainment and have a clear understanding of our content.

You don’t need loads of qualifications; in fact we are more interested in people with big imaginations, who can demonstrate a genuine interest in pursuing a career in the media.

So show us what you can do! You could be making your own content for YouTube, involved in local media projects, constantly coming up with ideas for shows or able to impress us with your television knowledge.

From day one, we want you to become part of our team. We are looking for individuals willing to contribute and get stuck in whenever and wherever it may be needed. Being punctual, organised, committed and a good communicator are also key qualities we are looking for.

There is no age limit but it is a scheme for new entrants, so if you already have experience at a Researcher level then this unfortunately isn’t the right opportunity for you.

WHO CAN APPLY?

Princess Productions are committed to equality and diversity. We encourage applications from under-represented groups. Almost anyone is eligible to apply; you just have to meet a few eligibility criteria:

• You must be ready and available to start work in September 2017.

• You must be 18 or over on or before the 11th of September 2017. If you are successful, you will be asked to supply your passport.

• You must have the right to work in the UK.

• Must be a new entrant to television. Work experience and runners credits are fine but if you have more than 3 months paid Researcher experience then this isn’t the opportunity for you.

IMPORTANT DATES:

Applications Close: 31st of May 2017

Assessment Date: July 2017 (TBC)– please let us know if you are not available for an assessment day in July.

Start Date: 11th of September 2017

For more information and to apply, please follow this link: http://www.princesstv.com/jobs/#jobs

We also have a video you can view here:  https://vimeo.com/princesstv/review/212779333/c8e9a86f57

 

 

 

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Historic England Paid Training Placements Summer 2017 for BAME students

Historic England is excited to be able to offer a number of training placements for undergraduates or recent graduates (graduated within the last 18 months) who are interested in gaining skills and experience as preparation for a career in heritage, and identify, you will need to identify as having Black, Asian or other Minority Ethnic Heritage or mixed heritage.

You don’t necessarily need to be working towards a qualification relevant to heritage, but you will need to persuade them that you care about heritage.

Successful applicants will receive a training bursary of £300-£350 per week (depending on location)

For more information go to:

https://www.historicengland.org.uk/services-skills/training-skills/work-based-training/paid-training-placements/

 

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Recruitment Fair for those interested in a career in further education

Are you interested in working in the further education sector?

Then this Recruitment Fair will be of interest to you.

The Fair will take place on 23 May from 2-7pm at:
King’s College – Guy’s Campus
Henriette Raphael Building
The Strand
London | SE1 1UL

For more information go to:

www.protocol.co.uk/jobsfairs

 

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Free training opportunities with Making Creativity Work

Are you aged 19+ and thinking about how to get into a creative industry, (or just how to be more creative in order to get your career off the ground)? 

Making Creativity Work is a free training opportunity delivered by The Academy, part of Bauer Media, one of the world’s biggest media businesses, and funded by the European Social Fund.

The flexible courses take place in London throughout summer 2017 and last between two and four weeks.

You’ll network with leading experts in media and creative industries, with many of the sessions taking place within Bauer Media, home to brands that include Empire, Grazia and Absolute Radio. You’ll increase your skills and employability, with hands-on training across multi-platform media, photography, digital marketing, content creation, fashion styling and manufacturing, editorial, film and video producing and social media.

To apply please go to www.makingcreativitywork.co.uk

Please note that places are limited and eligibility criteria applies. You must be aged 19+ and unemployed or economically inactive to take part in Making Creativity Work.

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Opportunities for graduates with Unlocked Leadership Programme

Unlocked is looking for graduates to join their two year leadership programme.

Entry requirements are 320 UCAS points and a 2:1 but  personality and motivation are as important as A levels and there may be flexibility for the right applicant.

Unlocked is a charity whose aim is to tackle the issue of adult prisoners reoffending.

Click here for more information about the programme

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Free news – Journalism workshops

Aspiring reporters interested in a career in newspapers, magazines, online or broadcast can enroll for a free journalism workshop staged at the newsroom of national press agency News Associates.

This practical session will get you working on your own stories and there will be a chance to meet News Associates tutors, reporters and editors.

Each attendee will get individual feedback and time will also be set aside for career advice.

London and Manchester dates:

  • Tuesday, May 16, 7:30pm-9:30pm
  • Tuesday, June 13, 7:30pm-9:30pm
  • Friday, July 28, 10:30am-1:30pm
  • Tuesday, August 15, 7:30pm-9:30pm

The workshops are based around live sporting events and are ideal for anyone who is looking for a full-time career in sports journalism.

London and Manchester dates:

Wimbledon Tennis: Tuesday, July 4, 6pm-9pm

Athletics: Tuesday, August 8, 7pm-10pm

Space is limited, so email ldyer@newsassociates.co.uk now to reserve a place – you will receive confirmation of your place and timetable of the day by email.

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Goldman Sachs – Elevation Networks Training Day

Goldman Sachs training targeted at final year students looking to get into or are interested the Financial industry.

Meet with Goldman Sachs employees, learn about the opportunities available across the company. A tailor-made training day that caters to the attendees and how to get into the financial industry.

Elevation Networks office. 169 – 175 Queens Crescent. NW5 4DS

11am – 4pm, 24th May 2017

Fill the form to register

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Graduate Psychology Conference

Are you a final year undergraduate or a graduate interested in a Psychology or Psychotherapy career?

This free conference will include:

  • Key note talks on the changing role of psychology and psychologists in mental health interventions and medical practice
  • Talks from psychologists from different backgrounds (clinical, counselling, health, forensic) as well as PWPs, and psychotherapists on the training and career progression for those roles
  • The opportunity to network with psychologists and psychotherapists from these roles, and with other enthusiastic psychology graduates
  • A chance to present your own graduate, undergraduate or extracurricular research to gain experience of disseminating research at conferences
  • CV, application and interview advice
  • One-on-one CV workshop

If you would like to present your own research at the conference please send an abstract (not longer than 200 words) and title for the presentation to jessica.lewis@slam.nhs.uk.

Presentations will be 10 minutes long with a 5 minute Q&A after, and powerpoint will be available. All presentations should include a section entitled ‘What’s Next?’ discussing the implications and applications of the research. Please note there is limited time for these, so presentations will be selected based on the quality of the abstract.

If you would like to sign up for the one-on-one CV advice workshop, please e-mail jessica.lewis@slam.nhs.uk. This will take place at the end of the day between 16:30 and 17:30 so please do not sign up if you will have to leave early. Please note that spaces are limited and will be assigned on a first come-first served basis.

Don’t miss out, register now!

Hosted jointly by

South London and Maudsley NHS Trust and King’s College London

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Women in Technology event – Tuesday 13 June

Outsource UK are holding a Women in Technology event in London and we are keen to invite female Students and Graduates who are looking at a career in Technology.

The event will have a senior female who currently works in technology speaking about their journey. We will then also have a panel of 4-5 other successful females in IT across different areas answering audience questions. The aim of the event is to give those currently studying and wanting to look at a career in Technology a chance to ask questions to those working in tech.

Agenda

18:00 – Drinks reception

18:30 – Introduction (Skill shortage in IT, female shortage, UK workforce stats, Working in technology: the common misconceptions)

18:45 – “An interview with” – A senior female speaker will be speaking about their journey into Technology

19:00 – 20:00 – Panel Q&A – The audience can put questions to our panel

20:00 – 20:30 – Networking – Drinks and Nibbles

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Date: Tuesday 13th June

Time: 6pm – 8:30pm

Location: WeWork offices – 9 Devonshire Square 3Rd Floor, London EC2M 4YF

More info and registration here

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