What’s On: 1 – 5 May

April 28, 2017 by Hana Woolerson

What’s On: 1 – 5 May

There are lots of different workshops on this week to satisfy your every career and leadership development need, including a few catch up workshops – if you missed out early on in the semester, be sure to check them out. Add Disney coming to campus on Monday, and it’s a packed week!

Decision Making Strategies | Monday 1 May | 300.215, Bentley Campus
We all encounter complex decisions throughout our lives. This workshop will empower you to explore the types of information you need to collect, discover the tools and strategies you can use to help you make an informed decision, and create and implement action plans to confidently enact your decision.

Disney Cultural Exchange Program | Monday 1 May | 410.201, Bentley Campus
Disney will be on campus this week to recruit for their Disney Cultural Exchange Program. Through this program, you could spend six months being immersed in American culture while working at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, FL. This work experience gives you the chance to develop transferable skills and apply business philosophies to a real-world setting.

Making the Most of LinkedIn | Monday 1 May | 410.314, Bentley Campus
Most students have either heard of LinkedIn or have a LinkedIn profile, but most don’t use it correctly or at all. Attend this workshop to learn how LinkedIn works as well as tips and strategies about how to improve your LinkedIn content, credibility and contribution, to help you achieve your career and networking goals.

Resumes | Tuesday 2 May | 300.219, Bentley Campus
We have two catch up Resume workshops on this week for Health Sciences and Science & Engineering students. Come along to learn how to create and tailor an effective resume that will assist you in securing the position you desire.  This workshop will give you the skills to recognise what an employer wants and how to reflect this, use high impact formatting to catch the employers’ eye and write powerful sentences as evidence for your experience.

Curtin Leaders Program – Conflict Management | Tuesday 2 May | 213.104, Bentley Campus
Learn how to handle conflict effectively.  Understand different types of conflict and learn skills that can help you create positive outcomes. This workshop will offer insight from Steve Joske CSC – former Executive Director at WA Red Cross and Australian Army Commander.

John Curtin Leadership Academy Information Session | Wednesday 3 May | 210.104, Bentley Campus
John Curtin Leadership Academy (JCLA) is Curtin University’s intensive co-curricular leadership program, delivered through Curtin Careers, Employment & Leadership. JCLA is now accepting applications for its Semester Two, 2017 program. This is your opportunity to gain real-world experience, boost your employability and make an impact in your community.

Workplace Rights and Responsibilities | Wednesday 3 May | 300.215, Bentley Campus
The workplace can vary significantly from what you have experienced at university and there are many different protocols and expectations to be aware of. This module will help you consider your rights and responsibilities when working in different environments, source accurate information about your workplace rights and responsibilities specific to your working situation, explore your salary and wage entitlements including superannuation and understand what constitutes bullying and/or discrimination in the workplace and your role in eliminating this behaviour.

LinkedIn Profile Review- For CBS Students | Wednesday 3 May | 407.204, Bentley Campus
CBS students, make sure you drop by room 407.204 from 12:30pm to have your LinkedIn profile reviewed by one of Career Development Consultants. We offer this service every second Wednesday so if you can’t make it this week, pencil it in for two weeks time.

Selection Criteria – For Health Sciences Students | Thursday 4 May | 300.215, Bentley Campus
Come along to this workshop to learn strategies to answer the most tricky of selection criteria. Effectively identifying and addressing selection criteria is the perfect opportunity to show an employer you are the right person for the job.

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