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The career opportunities within the landscape industry (Occupational Webinar series)

01/10/2020 10:30 - 11:30 View

For many people, landscaping is not a first-choice career, and this is often down to a lack of knowledge or appreciation of the many and varied roles the industry contains. In this webinar, Stephen Ensell, Education Officer with the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI), will break down the myths, such as ‘it’s just gardening isn’t it’? As well as exploring the roles within the industry and opportunities for progression. He will look at the broad range of skills that landscapers hold, showing just how diverse these are and that often, no two days in landscaping are the same. This means the sector caters for the creative, practical, analytical, and scientific interests that school leavers and career changers may have. He will go into the details of education options, including full and part time qualifications as well as the apprenticeships that are available. All of this will be underlined with up to date facts and figures from industry, helping you understand and outline landscaping as a great career choice.

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Embedding Digital Career Literacy (including Social Media) within Careers Education and Guidance programmes (Free Webinar)

07/10/2020 13:00 - 14:00 View

Advanced technologies and circumstances accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic are significantly impacting the way the employment market is accessed. This requires young people to develop and utilise digital skills and competencies (including social media) to learn, apply for training and job opportunities and to plan and manage their careers. To facilitate this, careers professionals need to review their careers education and employability programmes to ensure they adequately address these developments. Presented by John Ambrose, Strategic Director of Complete-Careers LLP, this session will cover the digital and technological elements that should now play an essential part in a relevant and up-to date careers programme.

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New maritime webinar: Wind and wave technology - career opportunities, training and entry points (Free Webinar)

13/10/2020 15:30 - 16:30 View

How much do you know about careers in wind and wave energy and about the industry? Climate change aware young people and job seekers are increasingly inspired to explore careers in the renewable energy sector. By the end of this session you will feel more confident in your own knowledge as Hull University and a wind farm organisation Triton Knoll are joining Maritime UK to deliver an hour long webinar exploring the industry, and looking at entry routes including apprenticeships, graduate opportunities and job vacancies, relevant university degree courses, career progression opportunities, LMI and the future growth predicted for the industry.

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CDI NW Regional Meeting - Taking careers online: practical guidance for effective online engagement

15/10/2020 16:00 - 17:30 View

Guest speaker Liz Painter of the Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership will speak about the organization’s experience of running highly successful online careers and employability provision across the region, including: • Adapting safeguarding practices to online activities • Building interaction online with young people • Case studies of embedding careers in the curriculum online and virtual work experience.

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Labour market intelligence, same or different? The career development professional and LMI post-Covid-19 (Expert Training Online)

20/10/2020 09:30 - 11:30 View

The current labour market is looking considerably different to how it looked at the beginning of the year. This two-hour interactive Masterclass aims to update careers advisers and careers leaders on what the current UK labour market looks like and how different it might look as we come out of the current pandemic situation. With a particular focus on those working with young people approaching the end of school, sixth form or college, it will highlight areas of understanding as well as useful LMI resources for both careers professionals and young people themselves. The session will also take a candid look at the impact of Covid-19 on the labour market – the sectors and groups of people that are likely to be the hardest hit – and whether the key messages for young people are essentially the same or need reviewing.

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Action Learning for Career Development Professionals (London region)

27/10/2020 18:00 - 19:00 View

The aim of these sessions is to provide an informal, supportive and safe place from which to share experiences, challenges, local and regional information and for members to meet and network online. Action learning provides a safe environment to explore strengths and development areas and is an opportunity to learn from good practice and to develop new ideas and different solutions. It provides some much needed problem solving time whereby members can come together to mentor each other for a period of time. Everyone working in the career development profession in the Greater London region is welcome to join.

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