Specifically for students from year 10 up to post graduate level our workshops can include:
CV writing advice
Assessment Centres - explained & de-mystified
Introduction to recruitment agencies - how they work and how to make them work for you
Social Media and other business networking - what is it and what place does it have in your career
Delivered by experienced business people that know just what prospective employers are looking for, our workshops are relevant and age appropriate.
Do your staff deliver Employability Skills Training as part of the PHSE or Citizenship curriculum?
Do you struggle to fit external speakers into the already packed student timetable?
Our 'Teach the Teacher' workshops allow a group of teachers within a school to take on our experience and knowledge in all things Employability related. These workshops:
Allow staff to learn from the experts
Give staff greater confidence in the area of employability skills training
Ensure that your staff are all delivering the same message to students
Are a cost effective solution
Allow for after school hours or inset day training sessions
Individual development focusing on your specific needs and experience including:
CV writing advice and feedback
Career change – advice and guidance on what really matters to you
Confidence building including combating presentation and interview nerves
“Not only has Lisa delivered the necessary coaching and development for the students, she has worked with the academic staff team in order to integrate this into an existing module making it more relevant for the students concerned.”
“Lisa has been brilliant, both at providing me with useful job advice and also helping me improve my CV to a really high standard.”
“Lisa is a consummate professional, who I approached for advice about a career change… I changed from someone who doubted I could move to someone who had a focus and a direction.”
“The workshop was really useful and has definitely given me more confidence in putting my CV together and when completing application forms.”