March careers webinars

Monday 1 March 6.00-7.30pm

Employment Skills for Graduate Success 1

This series of 4 workshops will be most useful for students graduating in 2021. It aims to provide them with the skills and knowledge to successfully gain graduate positions. This series aims to increase the number of BAME students who make successful graduate applications, but provides value for all students.
1. Employment skills for graduate success: this session gives an insight into the opportunities and challenges in the current labour market. Students then practically reflect on their skills, values, strengths and interests; culminating with the creation of personal action plans.

Tuesday 2 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on Health and Social Care Careers

This event shows where this subject can lead you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes.

The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Tuesday 2 March  6.00 – 8.00pm

Spotlight on Design Careers

This event shows where this subject can lead you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes.

The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Wednesday  3 March 2.00-3.00pm

Disclosure, Employment and Recruitment

This webinar is the first of three events for Students with a Disability/Learning Difference Speaker; Kiana Kalantar-Hormozi, Evenbreak.
The focus of this session will be on how students can disclose their disability during the recruitment process. It will also cover why having a disability may make someone an attractive candidate.

London Metropolitan University graduate, Terri Brooks will also be speaking for 15 minutes about her own experiences.

Thursday 4 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on Maths Careers

This event shows where this subject can you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Friday 5 March 3.00-4.00pm

Creating an Excellent CV and Cover Letter

In an increasingly competitive job market, you need to make an impact when completing your CV and cover letter. Come along to this workshop to find out how you can make the most of your skills and promote yourself effectively in your CV and covering letter.

Monday 8 March 6.00-7.30pm

Employment Skills for Graduate Success 2 – Audacious Moves ES4GS- Audacious moves: career inspiration comes from taking brave steps which provide you with new options and expertise. This session profiles possible ‘audacious moves’ and gives support to turn them into reality.

This series of 4 workshops will be most useful for students graduating in 2021. It aims to provide them with the skills and knowledge to successfully gain graduate positions. This series aims to increase the number of BAME students who make successful graduate applications, but provides value for all students.

Tuesday 9 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on Architecture and Interior Design Careers

This event shows where this subject can lead you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Wednesday 10 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on Business and Management Careers

This event shows where this subject can lead you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Wednesday 10 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on Creative Technology Careers

This event shows where this subject can lead you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Thursday 11 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on Using your Law Degree in other Sectors

This event shows where this subject can lead you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Friday 12 March  1.00-2.00pm

Networking and Creating Opportunities

Networks are essential for career success and as a student, getting started building a network can be daunting. This session will explain how to do so both online and face-face environments.

Monday 15 March 6.00-7.30pm

Employment Skills for Graduate Success 3 – Building a network:

ES4GS- Building a network: learn how to cultivate a network which brings opportunity and information directly to you.

This series of 4 workshops will be most useful for students graduating in 2021. It aims to provide them with the skills and knowledge to successfully gain graduate positions. This series aims to increase the number of BAME students who make successful graduate applications, but provides value for all students.

Monday 15 March 12.00-1.00pm

Internships, Interview Skills & Assessment Centres

This webinar is the second of three events for Students with a Disability/Learning Difference Speaker; Emily Banks, Stack Recruitment.
The interview skills part of the session will cover how to ask for reasonable adjustments, how to succeed at virtual interviews/assessment centres and how to use online platforms, such as Zoom.

Tuesday 16 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on Art and Photography Careers

This event shows where this subject can lead you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Wednesday 17 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on Tourism and Events Management

This event shows where this subject can you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Thursday 18 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on Media Careers

This event shows where this subject can lead you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Friday 19 March 2.00-3.00pm

Career planning: get the job you want

Know what job you want, but not sure how to get it? Understand that you need work experience but not sure how to go about getting it. This interactive session will help you to start formulating a career plan to set yourself achievable steps in order to reach your career goals.

Monday 22 March 6- 7.30 pm

Employment Skills for Graduate Success 4 – Alleviating common mistakes

Alleviating common mistakes and standing out: the series closes with a look at mistakes most made in the recruitment process. It then flips it around and uncovers the opportunities that exist to stand out.

This series of 4 workshops will be most useful for students graduating in 2021. It aims to provide them with the skills and knowledge to successfully gain graduate positions. This series aims to increase the number of BAME students who make successful graduate applications, but provides value for all students

Tuesday 23 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on Psychology Careers

This event shows where this subject can lead you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Wednesday 24 March 1.00-2.30pm

Working for an SME in London

This event features employers and professionals participating in a panel discussion which focuses on diversity initiatives, recruitment processes and winning edges. The event then splits into smaller rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with employers.

Wednesday 24 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on the Performance Industries

This event shows where this subject can lead you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Thursday 25 March 6.00-8.00pm

Spotlight on Marketing, PR and Communications

This event shows where this subject can lead you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Friday 26 March  11.00am-12.00pm

Finding the Job you want

This session will equip you with a range of different skills to source and create job opportunities.

Monday 29 March 12.00-1.00pm

Transition into Employment

This webinar is the third of three events for Students with a Disability/Learning Difference This session will advise students on how to make the transition from full time education into employment.

To book a place go to: londonmet.ac.uk/careersevents

 

 

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