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Felsted Annual Careers and Higher Education Fair
Felsted Annual Careers and Higher Education Fair
December 8, 2021 |
The Felsted Annual Careers and Higher Education Fair is taking place on Wednesday 8th December from 4-6pm and is open to pupils in Years 10-13 and their parents. We already have over thirty confirmed stands, with a mix of UK and International Universities, alongside businesses and apprenticeship providers in various sectors.
UK Universities include Manchester, Sheffield, Leeds, Nottingham, Southampton, Exeter, Loughborough, Durham, East Anglia and Cardiff.
Non UK Universities include Les Roches, Glion and IE University
International Business School Hult will be in attendance as well as ESCP Europe Business School
Career Areas: Finance; Law; Real Estate; Manufacturing; engineering; Army and many more
The Statute Law Society invites you to its Annual Lord Renton Lecture to be delivered by Lady Arden
November 25, 2021 |
Statute Law Society Annual Lord Renton Lecture
What makes good statute law: a judge’s view
Speaker: Lady Arden of Heswall, Justice of the Supreme Court
chaired by The Hon Mr Justice Garnham, Chairman of the Statute Law Society
About the speaker:
Mary Howarth Arden, Lady Arden of Heswall, became a Justice of the Supreme Court in October 2018.
Lady Arden grew up in Liverpool. She read law at Girton College Cambridge and Harvard Law School. Called to the Bar in 1971, she became a Queen’s Counsel in 1986 and served as Attorney General of the Duchy of Lancaster between 1991 and 1993. She served on the Court of Appeal of England and Wales from 2000 to 2018.
Her judicial career began in 1993 when she was appointed to the High Court of Justice of England and Wales as the first woman judge assigned to the Chancery Division. Alongside her judicial experience, she has written extensively on how the law keeps pace with social change. Her two-volume book Shaping Tomorrow’s Law was published in 2015. It drew strongly on her knowledge of law reform, which she began to develop while serving as Chairman of the Law Commission of England and Wales from 1996 to 1999.
Between 2005 and September 2018, Lady Arden was Judge in Charge, Head of International Judicial Relations for England and Wales. She organised bilateral exchanges between the senior Judiciary of the UK and the judiciaries of leading national and supranational courts overseas. She became a Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague in 2011, and is an ad hoc UK judge of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
Tickets to attend in-person are limited for this event. You can attend online also via zoom. Please choose the correct ticket when making your booking.
Bentham House Endsleigh Gardens London WC1H 0EG,
School Experience Day, Weydon School, Farnham, Surrey
Experience a day at a secondary school observing lessons and find out if teaching is the career for you.
November 24, 2021 -
December 24, 2021 |
Transform, Lead, Inspire – Teach
School Experience offers you the chance to observe teaching and pastoral work, and the opportunity to talk to teachers about day-to-day life in a school. You will get the chance to see a range of different lessons and age groups being taught.
We strongly recommend to everyone that they gain some school experience through the programme. School experience will strengthen your teacher training application, give you observational experience prior to interview, help you decide if teaching is right for you and start you on your journey to transform, lead and inspire.
Open to all members of the public in other careers, university students, graduates who have not yet settled on a career and to those already working in schools. (Please note that in order to train to teach you need to hold a degree.)
The i2i SCITT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Imagine a career where you are immersed in your subject every single day and are making a lasting difference to young people’s lives. From helping a student get to that “light bulb” moment to helping shape the lives of the next generation – teaching is a challenging but incredibly rewarding profession that is full of meaning.
Your classroom is where it all happens- excitement, discovery, awe and wonder. As a teacher, you will face a host of competing demands and challenges, but for every challenge you will find an equal or greater reward.
Shape the lives of the next generation
Teachers inspire and educate, and help create well-rounded individuals with a love for learning. You never know, one day your students may become Nobel prize winners, top business people, leaders, and great artists, scientists or sportspeople !
Working with inquisitive minds, teachers are influential in students’ lives, inspiring and motivating them to achieve their potential. Watching young people learn and grow is amazing; there is no greater reward than witnessing that “light bulb” moment.
Continuously improve and grow your skills
Ongoing professional development and regular observation provide opportunities to grow and learn from more experienced practitioners. A growth mindset is part of the foundation of teaching.
Excellent ongoing career progression
Whether you see yourself as a future CEO, head teacher, pastoral leader or expert practitioner, the career opportunities within the profession are huge. Teachers are also in high demand around the world and with an internationally recognised PGCE you can make a global impact.
Every day is different
Whether classroom teaching, running a trip, collaborating with peers, getting involved with extra-curricular activities, managing student wellbeing, researching trends and best practice or quietly reflecting, no two days in teaching are the same. Teaching offers a richness of experience and opportunity like no other career.
Inspired? Then join us at Weydon School in Farnham and experience a day in a secondary school.
In order to assist students in making decisions about their next steps, Kenilworth School will be holding a careers fair on Tuesday 23rd November.
November 23, 2021 |
The Careers Fair is aimed at students in years 11-13 so they can find out about a wide range of career options and opportunities from school leaver apprenticeships to graduate posts. Parents are also welcome to attend.
Exhibitors will include Aston University, Coventry college, Nottingham University, Morgan Sindall, Network Rail and National Grid as well as smaller local employers.
Entry will be with a ticket to admit one student and a parent/ guardian.
Tickets will be limited due to Covid restrictions.
Andrea has over 25 years’ experience in the tech industry and is one of the CAPSLOCK Founders. She co-authored and delivered the cyber security master’s degree at the University of Bradford and was Director of the Cyber Security Interdisciplinary Centre. She also has extensive experience working in industry as a cyber consultant.
Have you considered pursuing an exciting career in Cyber Security?
November 11, 2021 |
Presentation and Networking Q&A with S-RM Cyber.
Are you looking for your next challenge? Do you want to join a team that delivers real impact to clients every day? Are you inquisitive, technically minded and a natural problem solver?
Then take a look at this fantastic opportunity to join the S-RM Cyber team!
Our Cyber Graduate Programme is a 12-month programme where you will work across all of our cybersecurity practices: incident response, digital forensics, ethical hacking, and security advisory.
You can find more information about the programme and how to apply here.
We will be accepting CVs at the event so feel free to bring yours along!
Come to find out about the type of work we do and why a career in Cyber Security could be perfect for you! We will give an overview of what we do, talk though a few examples of cases we have worked on, and you will have the opportunity to ask questions about us, our industry and how you can apply for our graduate programme.
Date: Thursday 11th November
Time: Presentation 13:30-14:30, Networking and drop-in Q&A until 16:00