Information on summer school event.
On behalf of Professor Andy Baker and the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine at the University of Edinburgh, you are warmly invited to attend Professor Baker’s forthcoming inaugural lecture.
Some useful information.
Thinking of working or studying in the UK or Ireland? You may be
interested in the answer to one or more of these questions.
n What do they call the qualification which compares most closely
Will I get some recognition for the qualifications I have?
What kind of job or course can I apply for with my current qualification?
Edinburgh open days
Edinburgh Campus Open Days generally start at the arrival time indicated, so unless it specifies that it is a drop-in event, please ensure that you arrive at campus in good time for the start. Our Open Days give you an opportunity to find out more about our courses, speak to lecturing staff, and take a look around the campus.
Forthcoming Open Days are as follows – please book your place by following the links. If you are not able to attend on any of these dates, contact us either by phone on 0800 269 453 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a visit.
Open Days at SRUC Edinburgh
Open Afternoon: Wednesday 13 November 2019, 2pm (ends around 4:30pm)
Open Evening: Wednesday 27 May 2020, 5pm start (ends around 6:30pm)
Open Evening: Wednesday 27 May 2020, 6pm start (ends around 7:30pm)
More details here
Good morning everyone and welcome to your careers talk.
Mick Burns and Jennifer Jones
North Berwick High
While you are waiting here
Today we are going to cover:
What destinations students from North Berwick High follow.
Why Career Management Skills are important.
What type of animal are you!
How you engage in the career planning process.
First up – the leaver destinations.
Now for the serious bit.
Here’s what happened to the NBHS school leavers 2018
We looked at how many North Berwick High students progressed on to various post-school options.
Career Management Skills
Direction is important!
Next task is to complete the Buzz Personality test and you will be asked for your animal later, so make a note of it. Make sure you look at the strengths, learning style and what you are like in a positive direction, parts of the printout you will be given at the talk. You will find this very useful when writing personal statements and CVs as well as preparing for interview questions.
The presentation below is a general guide and note the timings apply to making these decisions in S5 or when you are in S6.
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Final quiz here
Mick Burns/Jennifer Jones
North Berwick High School
Make a note of the words you would use to describe yourself under each of the CMS jigsaw headings.
Career Management Skills explained
You need to register on MWOW here and remember to make a note of your user name and password. If you have time try and complete My Strengths.
Download this newsletter it has lots of information and resources you can use
Final activity here