Webinar Library

 

Miscellaneous webinars  

Details &
Booking

Status

Advising Science Students on Careers and Employability 

Link

Recorded

Unconscious bias 

Link

Recorded

How to create and deliver a good webinar content 

Link Recorded
Introduction to DLHE Link

Live event
30/11/2016

League Tables Link Live event
07/12/2016
Self kindness: How to help clients be less mean to themselves  Link Live event
06/06/2017

 

Social Media Series Details & Booking Status 
Giving credit where it’s due Link Recorded
Using Social Media in your Careers Services Link Recorded
Your development: Social media for careers professionals Link  Recorded
Supporting your students with social media in their careers & job search Link Recorded 
Social Media Strategy Link Live event
12/12/2016
Innovative use of technology Link Live event
11/01/2017
Brilliant Blogging Link Live event
07/02/2017
Finding and evaluating content online Link Live event
09/03/2017
8 webinars plus the Social media users workshop Link Live event
03/04/2017

 

 

 

 

Employability Series Details &
Booking
Status
Employability embedded: How can we build employability into the curriculum? Link Recorded 
Employability international: what lessons can we learn from overseas HEIs? Link  Recorded 
Employability and widening participation: what does the research tell us?  Link  Live event
13/12/2016 
Employability and alumni: are you maximising this relationship within your institution?  Link  Live event
06/02/2017 
Employability and parental influence: what’s our role in helping students and parents navigate career choice?  Link  Live event 
08/03/2017
Employability assessed: how can we measure and grade employability skills?  Link  Live event
27/04/2017 
Employability and Academic Assessment  Link  Live event
16/05/2017
Package of 7 webinars Link ---

 

Engagement Series Details &
Booking
Status
Employer engagement: Graduate recruitment is changing – are you up to speed?  Link Recorded
Student engagement: Encouraging career resilience – how can we make our students more anti-fragile? Link Recorded
Guidance engagement: Unconscious career decision making – how are you working with your client’s ‘gut instinct? Link Live event
18/01/2017
Stakeholders  engagement: Yes, but what actually works? – how are you measuring the impact of our employability delivery? Link Live event
23/02/2017
Professional development engagement: Impostor syndrome – why and how should you address it? Link  Live event
20/03/2017
Package of 5 webinars Link ---

 

Research Toolkit Details &
Booking
Status
How to find and read a relevant research paper Link Recorded 
Conducting a Literature Review Link Recorded 
Choosing your research topic: what is known? where are there gaps? Why do we need to know? Link Live event 
05/01/2017
Formulating your research questions: Question formulation technics to conduct your Link  Live event
14/12/2016
Research design: how do you answer your research questions? Link Live event
13/01/2017 
Data analysis: what have you got and how should you analyse it? Link Live event
15/02/2017 
Research Ethics And Intellectual property Link Live event
27/02/2017
Writing for publication Link Live event
13/03/2017
Package of 8 webinars Link ---

 

 

Information Professionals Programme

Being an Information Professional based in a higher education careers service is a role that can be as diverse as it can be demanding. From dealing with initial queries from clients to enhancing the digital output of the service, Information professionals need to be able to demonstrate a range of skills and approaches. Whether you're an experienced IO or someone new to the profession, the Information Professionals' webinar series will help refresh your practice, share your ideas and learn from both the facilitator and each other

Title  Details &
Booking
Status
Effective diagnostic questioning technique Link Live event
17/01/2017
How to deal with difficult clients and requests Link Live event
22/02/2017
Technology audit Link Live event
06/03/2017
Digital literacy for Information Professionals Link Live event
21/03/2017
Package of 4 webinars + How to work effectively with students workshop Link Workshop
27/04/2017

 

Our Programmes

  • Social Media Series
  • Employability Series
  • Engagement Series
  • Research Toolkit
  • Information Professionals Programme

 

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What do I get?

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For the duration of your access period you will receive a new access code for each calendar week. Codes change every Monday (or first working day of the week) by 10:30

When can I start watching the webinar? 

Recordings are available from the following Monday after the Live event.

You can change the start date of your access period until three days prior to your first day of access by sending a request via email. 

No PO number? No problem! 

You can purchase the recordings without having the PO number/ reference at hand. Put down 'will follow' where we ask for it and email us the details later once when you have the information. 

Do I have to pay VAT?

Yes, all our webinar recordings (non-live events) are dutiable. 

 

We appreciate your feedback

We're constantly striving to improve our services to ensure your training needs are being met and appreciate your feedback on our programmes. A feedback form usually sent after the events but you are also welcome to email us.Contact our expert team for more information on our programmes and with any comments on our courses.

 

 

Contact our expert team for more information

pdu.support@careers.lon.ac.uk

 

 

Training designed for career centre success

The Careers Group is dedicated to promoting innovation, best practice and growth of the employability sector