Canterbury Christ Church University hosted the first in-person Community Impact Forum since 2019 on 4 May 2022. Colleagues from local third sector and not-for-profit organisations were invited on campus for an afternoon of networking, discussion and development.
After the success of the first walk, fellow netwalkers will have another opportunity to find out more about the University’s campus as well as exploring some hidden gems during the second Netwalking Club event on 21 June 2022.
The Enterprise and Engagement team will be running the first of four themed walks throughout our Jubilee year. On Monday 11 April 2022, 12pm, starting at Old Sessions House, our Easter-themed Netwalking event will be an opportunity to network and to find out more about the University, its collaborations, and history.
Canterbury Christ Church University has recently signed the School Governor Champion Charter and is working in partnership with Inspiring Governance to promote and support governance opportunities for staff and students. […]
In recent years, wellbeing has been added to health and safety advice, with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) offering guidance and providing evidence that a safe and healthy workforce […]
It is often a challenge for companies to have the capacity or specific technical skills to offer creative solutions to big business challenges. Here at Canterbury Christ Church University, our consultants offer […]
The Story of Success Series is brought to you by the Enterprise and Engagement Team at Canterbury Christ Church University to provide information and insights into the support available to local businesses and entrepreneurs.
Our higher and degree apprenticeships are co-designed with employers to meet the individual needs of the organisation. We offer apprenticeships in Health Care, Management, Engineering, and Policing.
The University recently launched a student competition, involving designing a logo for an upcoming event called The GRID Conference, due to take place virtually on 13th October 2021.