C&ES - Career Development (Employability) Seminar Request Form 2021

Career Development Employability Seminar Request Form 2021

Hello,

Thank you for requesting an Employability Seminar within your course.  Please note that due to the high volume of requests, priority will be given to requests that are formally assessed within curriculum.

Our Career Development Consultants can discuss with you potential Learning Outcomes, Assessment Rubrics and our online resources (such as those available on the Careers and Employment L@G site) that will complement your lecture and support student learning.

To assist us would you please consider the following:

We look forward to working with you!

Each of the following seminars are designed by post-graduate qualified employability and career development specialists. All seminars have sample Learning Outcomes, Activities and Assessment Rubrics for your consideration designed to fit within a 1 hour lecture. Our offering for 2021 has been updated to support Griffith's Academic Plan 2020 -2025 and the Griffith Employability Framework. Should you have a specific request not listed below our Career Development Consultants would be happy to discuss your request and tailor make a seminar to align with your Course Learning Outcomes.
Interview Masterclass, Video Interviews, Big Interview Online Tool, Behavioural Interview Questions, Speed Interviewing, Psychometric Testing and Assessment Centres, Graduate Recruitment Programs.
Job search strategies, developing resilience in your job searching, networking, advertised & hidden job market for paid or unpaid roles.
An outline of key career management strategies that boost employability, and subsequent development of an employability action plan.
Generating a graduate career action plan; defining a preferred future as it relates to careers; awareness of the emotions associated with transition and change for graduates. Would suit students in capstone years and those transitioning out of university.
This seminar is designed to enable participants reflect on experience to identify current skills, plan for further employment skill development, as well as effective ways to evidence skills to employers
How to use the LinkedIn platform to explore and clarify career pathways and options; build and maintain professional networks; actions to support job search strategies. Note: This seminar will require participants to have a LinkedIn profile. Students can access the LinkedIn eModule at our L@G Blackboard Organisational site "Career Services" for assistance in building an optimised profile prior to attendance.
Networking ‘how to’ with practical scenarios and coaching tips as an interactive session.
Want to improve your cultural competency and ability to effectively interact, work and develop meaningful relationships with people of various cultural backgrounds? This workshop provides a foundation for understanding cultural differences, appreciation of diversity and applying cultural competencies in work and life.
Making the most of your placement for building employability skills and career development. Reference points for workplace etiquette, work-team communication and professionalism.
Looking for an industry expert? Our Industry Mentors are available to assist with guest lecturers and are happy to present talks to your students.
Providing a hands-on experience in generating a business model canvas for an innovative business idea.
The rapid pace of change in today's labour market can lead to overwhelm, reduce confidence and adversely affect the career progression of students seeking entry into the labour market. This seminar aims to resource participants to build career resilience, so they can continue to thrive in their career development, despite the obstacles they might face.
Where more than one seminar is being requested e.g. on different campuses, please complete a separate form for each request.
i.e. Year of their degree/award
What teaching week in Trimester is the lecture to be delivered?
Please list building and room or if this is an online seminar which platform you will be using (eg Collaborate, Teams, Zoom other)
AEL - Tiana Fenton, GBS - Lauren Caramella, Health Group - Nina Perry, Sciences Group - Emma Carter.