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Careers Events – Presentations - What's on Week 3 – Semester 1 at Loughborough C

These include:
Top Tips for the Recruitment Process
You will gain an understanding of good practice of how to approach the following aspects of recruitment: CVs, Covering Letters, Application Forms, Employer Tests, Assessment Centres, Interviews
Monday 14 October – 6.00pm-7.30pm – J104 Edward Herbert Building

Commercial Mock Assessment Centres
Mock Assessment Centre with ICAEW, Macildowie, HMRC & Aicpa-Cima
Tuesday 15 October – 6.00pm-8.00pm – CC021 James France

STEM Mock Assessment Centres
You'll hear first-hand what to expect and learn how to prepare effectively. Come along and gain as much practice as you can before your first real assessment centre.
Tuesday 15 October – 6.00pm – 8:15pm – WPT001 West Park Hub

Politics & International Students Alumni
This informal event will involve hearing from a range of Politics and IR students about their careers. Speakers work in a range of roles and organisations represented include The House of Commons and Unicef.
Wednesday 16 October - 6.30pm – 7.30pm J104 Edward Herbert

Lock In – Employability in Indian, Japan & Korea
Participate in workshop and fully understand job markets of various countries:

• Understand global recruitment market and know how to find a large number of job resources;
• Understand the recruitment process of reputable enterprises and know the right time to apply and how to apply;
• Create the professional resume to pass the online screening test;
• Understand the interview forms of reputable enterprises and experience group interviews of Fortune 500 companies
Thursday 17 October – 12.00pm – 2.00pm WAV041 Wavy Top

Lock In – Employability for Chinese Job Market
During the workshop, you will understand:
• Latest information about China’s job market
• Full campus recruitment process used by best-known employers in 2018
• Online application strategy and skills step by step
• Handy introductions to write a resume that will bring you through the screening
Thursday 17 October 6.00pm-7.30pm J104 Edward Herbert

Business Model Canvas & the Elevator Pitch
A workshop series with a difference, this programme is open to all students across campus and focuses on the basic entrepreneurial skills and knowledge you need to get started in thinking about being self-employed, starting-up a business or applying yourself in industry!
Thursday 17 October 6.30pm-8.30pm Glendonbrook (Brockington B.0.08)

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