Leadership Training

Leaders for Life

Work Ready Graduates

 

Work Ready Graduates flagship skills session which helps students understand what employers want from their graduate hires, how they can become more commercially aware and prepared for the sector they wish to work within, develop their confidence, resilience and leadership skills and maximise the skills they have already developed throughout their university careers.

 

By using our Work Ready Graduates interactive app and learning structures such as Jo-Hari’s Window, personal accounts with sporting figures, ‘learning cycles’ and confidence building tools, we are able to offer a dynamic and innovative session.

 

This session is relevant to students at all stages of their university journey; with messages and methodologies that will positively impact their career prospects

 

To book follow the link

 

30th November

 

11:00 – 12:00

13:00 – 14:00

15:00 – 16:00

 

Room: C1.06 Chesham

Getting Ready For Work

Work Ready Graduates

 

Devised and delivered by a specialist trainers, focuses on a vital skill that employers are increasingly searching for in their graduate hires: leadership.

 

The session designed and delivered by a specialist leadership trainer, questions the characteristics that define a leader, the skills they possess and the working cultures they create.

 

Through the use of an interactive app, discussion topics, visual learning aids and interviews with some of the UK’s biggest companies, attendees will leave our Leaders for Life session feeling empowered, confident and motivated to start their leadership journey.

 

This session is relevant to graduates as well as students at all stages of their university journey; with messages and methodologies that positively impact both their academic and professional development.’

 

To book follow the link

 

30th November

10 – 4pm

 

11:00 – 12:00

13:00 – 14:00

15:00 – 16:00

 

Room: D01.29 Horton

Managing your time

Louise Livesey, Academic Skills and Advice

 

Our student leaders take on a number of extra responsibilities throughout the academic year. During semester two students find that their academic workload increases, alongside extracurricular activities.  Louise Livesey, from the University Academic Skills and Advice team will present ideas and techniques which will aid students in manging their time and responsibilities effectively.

 

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8th Feb 2-4pm

 

Room: NE0.98 Phoenix

Parliamentary Outreach: Modules 1-4 Understanding the function of Parliament and Government

Daniel Batchelor, Student Representation Coordinator

 

This session will provide attendees with an overview of UK Parliament, understanding how Parliament functions and interacts with Government. Attendees will be provided with explanations of the various houses within Parliament, what their purpose is, and the processes used for Government to function.

 

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23rd November

2-4pm

 

Room: NE0.98 Phoenix

Parliamentary Outreach: Modules 5-8 Influencing Parliament and Government

Daniel Batchelor, Student Representation Coordinator

 

Recommended for students who have attended the introductory session on Parliament, though accessible for students who have not done so. This session will provide students with the knowledge of how laws are made in UK parliament and how individuals can affect this, through engaging with Parliament.

 

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1ST February

2-4pm

 

Room: C8 Richmond

Conflict Resolution

Andy Fitzpatrick, Students’ Union CEO

 

Attendees will be provided with training in to deal with challenging behaviours effectively and appropriately and to manage disruptive, risky or extreme situations.

 

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22nd November 2-4pm

 

Room: NE0.98 Phoenix