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  • Preparing and getting ready in Bromley at United Reform Church, to deliver a session to parents and young people on How to support your son or daughter with their career planning (From age 13 to 18). Also, discussing options at different stages of a pupils school career at years 9, 11 and 13.
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    Networking Cupper Exhibition Posted on 15 April 2019

    Preparing and getting ready for the Networking Cupper Exhibition in the Glades in Bromley to show case the career services Stirling Careers Consultancy has to offer
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    Supporting pupils to consider and begin to research a range of careers and gain an insight into the career pathways, challenges and rewards of different careers. Also, aimed at empowering parents and students to discuss students career options at different stages of their school career.
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    What do graduates do? Posted on 10 December 2018

    The latest edition of What do graduates do? 2018/2019 has just been published in October 2018. It looks at first degree graduate destinations six months after graduation. It is produced by Prospects and AGCAS on behalf of HECSU.
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    Pleased to have been asked to present a workshop on Career Management at the Networking Cupper Business Show. Discussing the four stages of career management.
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    Career Management / Development Posted on 05 April 2018

    Pleased to have been invited to deliver a seminar on Career Management / Development to Human Resources and Learning and Development professionals.
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    Supporting HR Ambitions Event Posted on 14 February 2018

    As part of HR Ambitions Day organised by CIPD South London Branch, Alistair delivered CV advice to HR professionals starting out on their HR career. Alistair gave clients Top Tips on how they could improve their Curriculum Vitaes to prospective employers. Areas for improvement included; layout, use of white space and making sure they can quantify their achievements.
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    In 2017 More Graduates Found Work-than ever before. The majority of that work was at professional level and unemployment rates are down to pre-recession levels.
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    A recent online survey, conducted in November 2017, by Investors in People asked 1000 employed people how they felt about their work and nearly 50% said they were unhappy. Although high, these figures are an improvement on previous year’s findings.
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    This new report, published with support from LifeSkills, created with Barclays, sets out findings from the survey of 1,744 young British adults aged 19-24. The survey undertaken on behalf of Education and Employers Research working with Prue Huddleston (Professor Emeritus University of Warwick) by YouGov investigates experience of respondents as they engage in transitions which take them from education towards the working world.
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