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Work Ready Careers Fair Workshop Lineup

August 4, 2015 by Curtin CEL Team

Work Ready Careers Fair Workshop Lineup

We have a series of mini workshops planned for Thursday August 6 during the Careers Fair. Take a break from networking and get insights from industry professionals. Here’s the lineup…

ITster: What to expect from your first real job
11.30am – 11.45am
This presentation will provide an overview of what it’s like to work for both major internationals, and smaller partnerships. It will also briefly look at what’s involved in running or joining a startup!

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (Australia): Increase employability, confidence and connection to the community
11.55am – 12.10pm
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is a leading structured youth development program open to Australians aged 14 to 25. The Award boosts employability, confidence and connection to the community. Learn more about this fantastic opportunity in this presentation.

Department for Child Protection and Family Support: Don’t put yourself last! Self-care for students on placements
12.20pm – 12.35pm
Elainah Coffin, is a final year Social Work student from Curtin who is passionate about making a difference to lives of Aboriginal children, families and communities in WA. In this presentation, Elainah will be sharing how important self-care and resilience is to help fellow students planning to enter challenging, complex and high pressure working environments.

Woodside: Negotiating the Future
1.10pm – 1.25pm
This presentation by Richard Bell focuses on Contracting and Procurement. If you have an interest in developing strong commercial and business legal acumen, financial literacy, the ability to interpret complex business environments, managing multiple stakeholders and are outcome focused – this may be for you!

Professionals Australia: Job Search Masterclass
1.35pm – 1.50pm
Professionals Australia is a leading non-profit organisation representing professional engineers in Australia and has more than 60 years’ experience providing expert career development assistance. Dr Margaret Henderson will provide advice on:

  • Australian Employment Law
  • Employment Contracts
  • Graduate Job Search
  • Market Conditions

To find out more, visit CareerHub – but there’s no need to book, just pop in on the day!

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