Training Programme Calendar

Date Title

Event Details
& Booking

January 2017   
4-5/01/2017 Basic Guidance Interview Skills Link
06/01/2017 Giving feedback on CVs and application forms Link
11/01/2017 Innovative use of technology - webinar Link
16/01/2017 Get going with groupwork Link
17/01/2017 Effective diagnostic questioning techniques - webinar Link
19/01/2017 Social Media Strategy - webinar Link
 20/01/2017  Practice Interview Skills training  Link
25/01/2017 Data collection for careers services Link
February 2017   
06/02/2017  Employability and alumni: are you maximising this relationship within your institution? - webinar Link
07/02/2017 Brilliant Blogging - webinar Link
15/02/2017 Data analysis: what have you got and how should you analyse it? - webinar Link
22/02/2017 How to deal with difficult clients and requests - webinar Link
23/02/2017 Stakeholders  engagement: Yes, but what actually works? – How are you measuring the impact of our employability delivery? Link
27/02/2017 Research Ethics And Intellectual property - webinar Link
March 2017     
06/03/2017 Technology audit - webinar Link
08/03/2017 Employability and parental influence: what’s our role in helping students and parents navigate career choice? - webinar Link 
09/03/2017 Finding and evaluating content online - webinar Link 
13/03/2017 Writing for publication - webinar Link 
20/03/2017 Professional development engagement: Impostor syndrome – why and how should you address it? - webinar Link
21/03/2017 Digital literacy for Information Professionals - webinar Link 
April 2017
03/04/2017 Social media users workshop Link
25/04/2017 Intermediate Groupwork - workshop Link 

How to work effectively with students - workshop. 
Only available as part of Information Professionals series

27/04/2017 Employability assessed: how can we measure and grade employability skills? - webinar Link
May 2017  
16/05/2017 Employability and Academic Assessment - webinar Link
June 2017  
06/06/2017  Self kindness: how to help clients be less mean to themselves - webinar Link
July 2017    
19/07/2017 Intermediate groupwork - workshop  Link 




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Associates: available for members of staff at any of the following
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> University of London colleges
> members of The Careers Group

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