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  • This is about helping you reflect on your skills and identify your strengths to help you choose the kinds of roles you would like to do next and build your confidence in your own abilities. After all, if you don’t know how good you are, how can someone else be expected to!
    Please refer to page 33 in the workbook
  • This is about helping you reflect on your skills and identify your strengths to help you choose the kinds of roles you would like to do next and build your confidence in your own abilities. After all, if you don’t know how good you are, how can someone else be expected to!
    Please refer to page 33 in the workbook
  • It's simple really. We want you to love your job and get as much as possible out of doing it. Maybe you'd like to polish up your practical conservation knowledge. Maybe you see yourself as a property manager of the future. Or maybe you're just keen to make sure that every visitor experience is the best it can be. Whichever way, you'll be pleased to know that training and development means as much to us as it does to you.
    To get you started, we've created a very helpful ‘e-induction' programme. Using video and all kinds of interactive wizardry, it'll help you get to grips with what we do and how we work. From there, it's really up to you. Once you've found your feet, we'll sit down together to work out your Personal Development Programme. Tailored to you and your needs, the programme will identify where you'd like training and where you see your career going - and, of course, how we'll help you get there.
    Learning comes in all shapes and sizes here, from on-the-job training to flexible e-learning to more formal workshops. We'll also, providing it's right for your job, help out with study for professional qualifications - practically and financially. If you like the idea of trying something totally different, you might want to think about a secondment, something we positively encourage.
  • Career development slides

    1. 1. Making the most of your internship November 2013 Heelis
    2. 2. Aim of today To help you make the most of your internship and grow your career
    3. 3. Career aspirations….. Who? Knows exactly: what role you want to do? Undecided: between 2 or more options? Has an inkling: but the role is not clear yet? Is at 1st base: Feels stuck/not thought about it
    4. 4. What we will cover •Maximising your opportunity •Career development •Finding your next role
    5. 5. If you are clear 1. Closing any specific gaps ‘Technical’ skills & knowledge ‘Soft’ skills 1. Taking responsibility Define and deliver a project 1. Collect insights of colleagues Criteria for interviews? Who is hiring? Good/bad places to work? 1. Growing helpful contacts
    6. 6. Not so clear….. 1. Role insights and new experiences Range of project experiences Conversations Contacts {beyond the organisation} 1. Learning about options & paths What is the range of options? How have people progressed? 1. Building strong generic skills Management, communication…. 1. Taking responsibility Define and deliver a project
    7. 7. Networking
    8. 8. Your Career…. Audit your skills Future thinking – your career vision Self appraisal
    9. 9. Application process •CV •Application forms •4 groups write a CV for a famous person using these headings: •Personal profile/attributes •Experience/Specialism/Strengths •Achievements •Career history – You should leave the name off so we can guess each other's, dates can be used if helpful
    10. 10. Typical graduate interview questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Why do you want this job? Have you got any questions? Describe a situation when you led a team? Describe a situation where you worked in a team? What do you want to be doing in five years time? What are your weaknesses Who else do you have interviews with? Why did you make your university choices? What are your strengths? What has been your greatest achievement?
    11. 11. The Interview What are interviewers looking for?? Activity: In pairs, one from each team take turns to ask 3 questions of each other. Give feedback on the responses, thinking about what we have just discussed
    12. 12. Career Development

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