Enhance Your Career and Employability Skills

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  • 6 Sequences
  • Introductive Level

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Syllabus

Week One: What do you want? – Self Awareness

  • What do you need from your career? Identifying and assessing careers values.
  • Self-discovery or self-creation – where does your true career identity reside?
  • Can you predict what will make you happy? Commonproblems in anticipating the future.
Week Two: What can you offer? – Skills Awareness
  • Can you speak the secret language of skills? Evidence your achievements in a meaningful way.
  • Making yourself instantly attractive. What skills are employers asking for?
  • How can you build your skills? Education andexperience – what’s the best investment?
Week Three:Are you ready to find success? – Career Readiness
  • Are you open to opportunities? What behaviours increase your chances of getting lucky breaks?
  • Are you using the right methods? Which ways of finding opportunities are right for you?
  • Can you create your own job? Intrapreneurshipand entrepreneurship.
Week Four: How do you express yourself? – Articulating Your Experiences
  • Are you using the right medium for the message? CVs, portfolios and other ways of selling yourself.
  • Your personal brand. What does your on-line profile say about you?
  • Can you decode job descriptions? A step-by-stepprocess for preparing better applications
Week Five: What impact do you make? – Making a Good Impression in Person
  • Do interviews always have to be nerve-wracking? The secrets to interview confidence.
  • Can you deal with bad interviewers? Common interviewer weaknesses and how to use them.
  • Can you increase the chances that people willlike you? Maximising first impressions.
Week Six: How do you build fruitful relationships? – Networking Online and in Person
  • Does networking actually work? The benefits of loose ties.
  • Are you using online media effectively? How LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter can help your career.
  • Is networking just for job hunting? The socialworkplace and the power of relationships

              Prerequisite

              None.

              Instructors

              • Laura Brammar - The Careers Group, University of London
              • David Winter - The Careers Group, University of London

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