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.
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.
The following is the story of Jake Peach, Alumnus of CCCU who graduated with a undergraduate degree in Film, Radio and TV in 2018. Whilst this is a story of his successes after leaving CCCU, it also shows how he used his time effectively as a student to achieve his career dreams.
Helen Kirk-Brown, HAYS Education Director, has created a video to give some tops tips on interviews for Newly Qualified Teachers, including how to handle online interviews during Covid-19.
Our colleague Rami has answered some questions for us about Ramadan, and how you can be aware of what it is, and what it means for Muslims both physically and spiritually at work, so you can best support colleagues who mark it.
You may have heard the word GradForce around the University in the last couple of months? GradForce is a new project that aims to help CCCU students find local graduate employment. We have created an exclusive free training programme that you can sign up to today to enhance your skills for the graduate workplace!
On Wednesday 20th May, Andrew from the Careers and Enterprise Team hosted a live Q&A session for CCCU students. If you missed the event you can see all the questions and answers below.
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The theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is kindness.