We are pleased to once again take part in the British Council’s Venice Fellowship Programme. One student from CCCU will receive funding and support to live and research in Venice for one month during the 2022 Venice Biennale.
In the next of our blogs about employability skills, we are talking about initiative.
Each month I’ll pick three of my random musings, in the hope they’re useful. They might have been things I’ve experienced, read about or become aware of. Enjoy!
Teamwork is one of the most important skills that employers look for. Read this blog to understand more about the skill and if you have it.
It’s one of those buzz words you see on the person specification ‘good communication’ – but what does it mean, and how can you prove it?
You probably have more relevant experience and skills than you think. Volunteering and previous work experience, internships, placements and even course work for school or University are all likely to have equipped you with key transferable skills that employers are looking for. The trick is presenting them well on your CV.
I thought I’d kick off the year with a blog about some recent musings, which may or may not become a regular feature, but here goes…
Look at what we’ve got coming up… and click on the titles to go to the booking page!
The results are in!
Since the start of the year we’ve been looking at an A-Z of careers, so here’s the round up (and links in case you missed any!)