We are back with our face-to-face Conference! We will kick things off with an interactive icebreaker allowing you to explore with peers your role and objectives for the day.
What do graduates do? What are their routes to progression? How has their university experience prepared them for the world of work?
This session will analyse the latest Graduate Outcomes findings and assess what we know about the state of graduate employability. The session will consider:
This session will offer the latest analysis on the expectations of employers and how careers support can reflect the realities of a rapidly evolving labour market. The ISE will share insights on:
As we move closer to the post-pandemic landscape, how should we re-position our work to enhance the prospects of our students and graduates? This session will consider the evolving role of Careers and Employability Services in the context of:
Exploring key evidence on how students respond to employability support within their degree, this session will examine what works for students and what models of teaching deliver the greatest impact. The session will consider:
Following the morning sessions, you will have the opportunity to reflect on learning points and unpack action points for practice within your careers service. You will be able to participate in one of the discussions:
This conversation with some the UK’s leading graduate employers will allow you to unpick evolving approaches to recruitment, the scale of market demand and what employers are looking for in their future intakes. The session will consider themes including:
This series of flash talks will allow you to explore specific interventions for careers team and gain valuable case-study insights on delivering impact for specific groups entering the employment market.
Each flash talk will have the objective of offering 3 core takeaways to support your service delivery.
This interactive workshop will allow you an opportunity to re-examine how careers services interact with students throughout the lifecycle. The workshop will:
You will then swap your challenges with peers and take a ‘flipped’ approach to the employability journey, considering how the student journey can be reassessed, what new ideas should be adopted and how ineffective approaches can be reinvented.
Be prepared to share bold thinking and new ideas!
*Programme subject to change