What’s On: 22 – 26 May

May 19, 2017 by Hana Woolerson

What’s On: 22 – 26 May

We are officially on the home stretch, with only a few weeks of workshops left before study week. We are finishing strong, with some great events coming up. Here’s the schedule for this week.

Curtin Leaders Program – Project Management | Wednesday 24 May | 213.104, Bentley Campus
This workshop will give you an overview of the key aspects of project management. Equip yourself with some of the basic tools and strategies to manage projects effectively  and establish your goals and plan how to achieve them. Special guest speaker Tara Gloster – Coordinator, Curtin Place Activation, will be joining us for her take on project management.

Personal Branding | Wednesday 24 May | 300.215, Bentley Campus
A consistent face-to-face and online personal brand are extremely valuable throughout your career. This workshop uses engaging marketing techniques to help you discover your archetype and use storytelling to create your personal brand, assess your digital footprint and harness the power of LinkedIn, and create a strategy to reflect your personal brand.

Career Advice Panel – How to Avoid Annoying a Recruiter | Wednesday 24 May | BankWest Theatre, Bentley Campus
CBS Industry Connect invites students to attend a panel session on ‘How to Avoid Annoying a Recruiter’. In this session, you will learn to increase your awareness of things to avoid when applying for roles, and gain some tips on improving your chances of landing an interview. Panel members include Natasha Gardiner – Manager BankWest Graduate Program, Chris Tan – Head of Research Gerard Daniels and Lorraine Stephens – Consultant and Recruitment Lead Alcoa Australia.

Here’s our What’s On video with Hayley Davis, our fabulous Training Coordinator.

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