The implementation and impact of Careers Registration
Tuesday 16th May 2017 10.30 -16.00
Senate House, University of London, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

Free to attend: Apply here


 

Overview

The first national one day Careers Registration conference will explore the Careers Registration as an evidence based approach for employability support in Higher Education.

Colleagues may be aware of, or involved in the growth of Careers Registration in HE institutions, and the application and impact of the resulting data, which is now gaining momentum as a national interest for the sector.
Drawing on the ongoing research of the HEFCE funded Careers Registration Learning Gain pilot project, keynote presentations and interactive workshops will help colleagues to consider the impact of careers registration for their own institutions.

 

Register here to attend: Insight for Employability Registration

Who should attend? 

This one day conference is designed for those with an interest in Careers Registration, or colleagues involved in any stage of establishing careers registration

 

> Heads of Careers Services

> Careers consultants

> Information professionals

> Planning officers

> Data analysts

> Admissions staff

> Widening participation & outreach staff

> Employer engagement staff

> Quality officers

> NUS Sabbatical officers

 

For any queries, please contact Fiona Cobb, Careers Registration Research Project Coordinator. 

Fiona.cobb@careers.lon.ac.uk

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