Events for October 2017

Universities Business Challenge- Selection Event

Start: 11 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 11 October 2017 4:00 pm
Venue: Workroom 3
Address:
The Diamond Sheffield, United Kingdom

Want something that will make you stand out from the crowd? Need commercial awareness skills? Want to enhance your CV? The Universities Business Challenge Competition will allow you to develop your enterprise skills, ideal for when you graduate. This year, University of Sheffield Enterprise is entering five teams in the Universities Business Challenge. If you’re a dedicated undergraduate student and you want to be in one of those teams, you must come to this selection event first. Come and see if you have what it takes to be picked for a Universities Business Challenge team.

If you come to this event and are selected for one of the three teams, you will have to meet once a week for six weeks to complete a series of decisions based upon a fictitious business which you will be running. This competition is great for your employability as it will allow you to develop commercial awareness as well as connect with graduate employers to see what they are looking for in their graduate programme employees. The event is open to all University of Sheffield Undergraduates, from any discipline (not just business and management). Please note, you also must be avalaible for both semesters during 2017-18.

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Pitch Club

Start: 20 October 2017 8:00 pm
End: 20 October 2017 10:00 pm
Venue: The Edge Bar
Address:
34 Endcliffe Cres Sheffield, S10 3ED United Kingdom

Fancy a FREE drink and some FREE food? then keep reading

‘Wouldn’t it be great if…?’

‘Why doesn’t someone…?’

‘Somebody should just…?’

If you’ve ever dreamt up a solution to one of life’s problems then you could be in to win £100!

Sheffield’s answer to Dragon’s Den comes to the Edge – Pitch Club!  Anyone who pitches their idea (only for one minute!) in front of the judges gets a FREE drink. The contestant who impresses the most will win £100 cash…

Whether you’ve got a life changing idea that you just can’t wait to get out, or you just want to come along to support your friends, we can’t wait to see you at Pitch Club on Friday 20th October at The Edge Bar, 8pm- 10pm

Do you think you’ve got what it takes to win over our Dragons? For £100 and a free drink it’s worth finding out…

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Founder Brunch: Hiring a team – Chats with 3 founders who’ve been there

Start: 26 October 2017 10:00 am
End: 26 October 2017 12:00 pm
Venue: Evolve Coworking Space
Address:
210 Portobello Sheffield, Sheffield S1 4AE United Kingdom

A topic by popular request, this Founder Brunch will explore the ups and downs of hiring and firing in startups. How do you find the right person to become up to 50% of your team? Do you hire for skills, experience or how well they’ll fit in? How do you know when it’s the right time to hire someone? The right time to let someone go? Should you prioritise quality over cost? These are the questions you’ve been asking us so here is your opportunity to hear the hiring stories of three Sheffield companies and their founders… Continue reading “Founder Brunch: Hiring a team – Chats with 3 founders who’ve been there” »

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book

Skill Build-Enterprise Skills Autumn 2017-18

Start: 19 October 2017 6:15 pm
End: 23 November 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 3,
Address:
The Diamond United Kingdom

Looking to develop your skills? Want to become more employable? Want to meet new people? Skill Build is the ideal course for you. This semester, it will include sessions from USE, 301: Student Skills and Development Centre , The University Library, The Careers Service as well as a guest speaker from Sheffield Hallam University. Sessions take place every Thursday evening, 6.15-7.30pm in Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond.

This activity is HEARable and is recognised for the Sheffield Graduate Award. In order to complete Skill Build as a HEARable activity, you need to attend five of the sessions below and complete the assignment.

The sessions are as follows:-

Welcome to Skill Build – Thursday 19th October

This week, we will introduce you to the Skill Build Course, what is enterprise as well as background information to the assignment

Hosted by University of Sheffield Enterprise and The Student Advice Centre

Team Formation – Thursday 26th October

Sometimes, it is impossible to do everything yourself in a project. This session will help you understand what your own strengths and weaknesses are and how having the right team can turn a project from a flop into a success. This is great for anyone who is currently doing a group project as part of their degree or extra-curricular activities.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Events Management – Thursday 2nd November

So you have got an idea of what event you are going to plan for your assignment, but what considerations do you need to think about in order to make it a success? In this session David Strafford, Lecturer in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University, will discuss the principles of successful event management, and share his experiences from many years spent in industry.

Hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.

Setting Goals – Thursday 9th November

Every project needs goals in order to see if the project is a success or not. This session is focused around how you make SMART objectives and how you should structure your time in order to make your project a success.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

Information and Digital Literacy for Enterprise – Thursday 16th November

Information and Digital Literacy is essential for education, employment and citizenship. Come along to this session to find out why

Hosted by The University Library

Skill Articulation and Employability – Thursday 23rd November

Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with. This session will give you the confidence to evidence your employability skills effectively for a specific role and help you secure that much coveted graduate job.

Hosted by The Careers Service

 

Free Tickets are still available- click here to book