Conference Area

As part of our expansion for 2019 we are delighted to announce our brand new Conference Area targeting Graduates and those Returning to Work. These sessions are free to view and seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Below is the timetable from March 2019, please check back for updates on the September 2019 Conferences.

10:00Chris DaviesManaging Director, Sandler Training Getting your Career Back on Track How the job market has changed and how to adapt to become a successful candidate (understanding online assessments and applications and standing out in group interviews).
11:00Carol WrightHealthy MindsGet your MOJO back to workA motivational insight into being your best for interviews, learning how to transfer skills and get back into the workforce after sickness, unemployment, maternity or a career change.
12.00Daryl WoodMD & Early Careers Specialist, Viridian TalentBrand YOU!When it comes to building your career, YOU are your biggest asset. We’ll explore what it means to have a personal brand; turning your strengths into super powers to make you stand out from the crowd; and being your own biggest advocate with that all important “elevator pitch”.
13:00Samantha PooleMum to Mum MKBusiness Mum on a MissionFrom broken confidence to award winning business owner and freelance contractor. Learn how to secure freelance contracts and flexible work opportunities that fit around your family. Get your career back on track with determination and success.
14:00Scott JonesCEO, 123 InternetMastering The Fundamentals Of LinkedIn With more than 350 million profiles, LinkedIn is a powerful tool. And if you know how to use it, this social platform can open up many opportunities for you and your business. In this talk, SEO of 123 Internet Group, Scott Jones, will help you to optimise your account and teach you how to generate new leads to bolster your online profile and ROI.
15:00Chris DaviesSandler TrainingCareer Myths Bust job searching and career myths. Including the reality of changing career (it is possible and people do this very often!) and you don't always have to match the job requirements exactly to get the job (having the relevant qualities, transferable skills and shining in other areas).


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