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March 3, 2021

Coming up! CPD events and activities – March 2021

The Academic Development & Diversity Team present the March 2021 CPD programme of events and activities on behalf of stakeholders from across the university.

Academic Advising
Fundamentals of Academic Advising
Workshop covering the basics of being an Academic Adviser.

Thursday 18th March 2021 – 9.30am – 12noon – more information and book your place.
Academic Essentials
Do you have trouble locating the right teaching and learning resources?

Pop along to one of the drop-in sessions and we’ll help you search!

Would you or your course/module teams like an overview of the Academic Essentials website and its associated resources?

We can offer bespoke guidance that takes you through the on-going developments of academic resources and essential information! Contact the Academic Development & Diversity Team for more details.

Digital Capability

Inclusive Essentials: Microsoft Excel

Date: Thursday 4th March 2021
Time: 13:10 – 13:50
Duration: 40 mins

Inclusive Essentials: Better Browsing

Date: Thursday 11th March 2021
Time: 13:10 – 13:50
Duration: 40 mins

For further information and to book your place visit the Digital Thursday’s page
Winter Digital Learning Seminar Series

The Digital Learning team are running a series of seminars this Winter looking at the design and delivery of online sessions and materials. The sessions and their times are listed on their webpage – there is no need to book, just click the relevant link at the appropriate time to take part.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)

External Events

Throughout March and April – a range of external online events and activities. Visit the Academic Development & Diversity page for more details.  

Hallam Guild – Community of Inclusive Practice (CIP)

9th March 2021 10:00 am – 11:00 am – regular CIP Coffee session

International Women’s Day

Monday 8th March 2021 – a series of webinars and talks. Visit the Academic Development & Diversity page for more details.

LGBT+ in the workplace

Welcome to our LGBT+ home at Hallam; a place to celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and other related identities, raise awareness and promote equality in this area.

March 2021 – visit the Academic Development & Diversity page for more details. 

External Examining (EE)

Support and guidance for staff wanting to gain an EE appointment.  Coming up! 

Friday 21st May 2021 and Monday 21st June 2021 – 9am – 12noon – for further information and to reserve your place. 

Careers Fair, Class of 2021 Offer and Placement Week

Placement Action Week
8th – 12th March 2021

We know how important work experience is to the development of our students. As part of our support, we are holding a dedicated Placement Action Week for students, starting on Monday 8 March. The week is aimed at helping students to prepare, find and stand out, when applying and interviewing for a placement.  The week will focus on encouraging our students to be proactive, build their resilience, explore all options and think about the skills they want to build during their placement. Each day students can expect to see videos from our student reps and employability advisers, attend daily drop-in sessions and join workshops.  Students can get involved on our Placement Action Week page.

16th and 17th March 2021 – 10am – 4pm.

Our Virtual Careers Fair is an opportunity for students to meet employers online and learn more about the opportunities available, from internships and placements to graduate jobs.  For first and second year students, it’s good to start looking at what’s out there if they are undertaking a placement. Final year students can learn more about the opportunities for graduate jobs and internships. In addition, students can learn about a particular industry or company that they may be interested in working for in the future.

Students can find out about a company by talking directly to an employer in a one-on-one ten minute appointment and/or attend group talks.

Careers and Employability Service are also running ‘Prepare for the Fair’ workshops on Wednesday 10th March to support students in making the most of the fair and their conversations with employers. 

Students can register on Handshake for the fair.

Class of 2021 

As part of our package of support for final year undergraduate and postgraduate students we are running a series of career focused workshops throughout March.

In these workshops, students can find out about making the most of our Virtual Careers Fair, learn how to be successful in their online recruitment process and hear the views of employers and graduates for graduating in 2021.  For info and to register on UniHub

The ‘Class of 2021’ offer gives final year students access to a huge range of activities, resources and  services. They will help students get noticed by graduate employers and find a job, hone their skills and aid their wellbeing.  

TALENT Professional Recognition Scheme – Advance HE Fellowship

Whether you are considering applying for Advance HE fellowship or have already started your application, a range of online workshops and writing retreats are available to support you.  The TALENT events calendar lists all available dates for the remainder of this academic year, for staff applying for Associate Fellow, Fellow and Senior Fellow, along with deadline dates for submission.  To book, please contact talent@shu.ac.uk.

Wellbeing

The aim of this Wellbeing Calendar is to reflect the wide range of wellbeing awareness campaigns that take place each year both in the UK and Internationally. This calendar supports the University Staff Health, Wellbeing and Welfare PlanVisit the Academic Development & Diversity page for more details. 

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