We continue to grow the sessions that will be available but please see below for the sessions you can book on now.
Your booking data will be shared with the University of Lincoln's Careers & Employability service for statistical purposes, it will not be shared with any other parties.
A non-accredited short course to introduce you to the basic principles of First Aid. Please email email@example.com with your name & student ID number if you would like to attend.
Wednesday 22nd November, 2-3pm in the Students' Union.
Thursday 8th February 2018, 1:30-2:30pm in the Students' Union.
Monday 12th March 2018, 2-3pm in the Students' Union.
Perfect for students wanting to pursue a career in Finance, these workshops will give you an in-depth look into finance careers and look great on your CV. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name & student ID number if you would like to attend.
Monday 27th November, 3-4pm.
An introduction to marketing and PR for students interested in working in these sectors or promoting a start-up business. This one hour interactive session will cover:
If you'd like to book a place, you can do so here.
Your Students' Union has a variety of departments in which you can gain work experience. This will allow you to develop your skills set and knowledge to of an organisation, whilst being valued highly by future employers. You might be interested in the following areas:
If you are interested in doing work experience, please email email@example.com
Tuesday 21st November, 3-4pm
This session, led by a panel of student vloggers, will include tips and techniques for anyone interested in starting vlogging or developing a vlog channel. Topics covered will include practical advice on filming and editing content, how to build an audience and potentially even make money from your vlogs. It will also look at how to avoid issues such as copyright and marketing regulation infringement.
Students attending the session will also be able to register their interest in working as vloggers on behalf of the University.
To book a place please go to: uolcareers.co.uk/event/careers-boosters-vlogging-tips-advice
Thursday 23rd November, 3-4pm
This session is aimed at students who have an interest in video editing but aren’t studying Media Production or subjects that include a video production module. A number of Media Production students will be available to give attendees practical, hands-on advice on filming and editing videos. A basic level of knowledge of filming and using editing software such as iMovie or Premiere Pro is essential.
The session will be in a computer lab so that students can log on and get advice on specific examples of their video work.
To book a place please go to: uolcareers.co.uk/event/careers-boosters-filming-editing-videos
Tuesday 28th November, 3-4pm
This student-led session will include tips and techniques for anyone interested in blogging. Topics covered will include practical advice on writing and editing blogs, how to build an audience for your blog and also how to avoid issues such as copyright and marketing regulation infringement.
Students attending the session will also be able to register their interest in working as bloggers on behalf of the University.
To book a place please go to: uolcareers.co.uk/event/careers-boosters-blogging-tips-advice
Thrusday 30th November, 3-4pm
This student-led session will look at how students can use social media to enhance their career prospects. The session will look at how to develop professional profiles on social media and make connections that could help you land your dream job. It will include tips on how to find opportunities, develop your network and ensure that employers aren’t put off by content that you’ve posted online in the past.
The session will cover a variety of social media tools including LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and blogging.
To book a place please go to: uolcareers.co.uk/event/careers-boosters-enhancing-career-prospects-using-social-media
Thursday 7th December, 3-4pm.
What's good governance and why is it important?
In this session, the University's Head of Governance will talk about how she started her career in University administration, the value and effectiveness of good governance and how skills in these areas can translate across many different job roles.
To book a place please go to: uolcareers.co.uk/event/careers-boosters-career-university-governance/