Events for November 2017

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

GDPR: Are you ready?

Start: 1 November 2017 10:00 am
End: 1 November 2017 12:00 pm
Venue: Evolve Coworking Space
Address:
210 Portobello Sheffield, Sheffield S1 4AE United Kingdom

GDPR – the scariest four letters to enter the startup world in years. But what do they mean, and what does GDPR mean for your business?

The General Data Protection Regulation [GDPR] is a new legislation affecting the EU, including Britain and regardless of Brexit. The law is an extension and replacement of the Data Protection act, covering IT systems implementations and replacing previous updates such as Safe Harbor. All companies are required to comply with GDPR requirements, before the enforcement date of May next year. This regulation is necessary irrespective of company size, and is therefore applicable to everyone from a sole trader to a multi-national enterprise. You are required to take “reasonable precautions”, for which this GDPR Prep session will ensure you comply at threshold level, with internal self-assessment. Continue reading “GDPR: Are you ready?” »

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

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

 

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk

Get SET 2017-18

Start: 26 October 2017 2:00 pm
End: 13 March 2018 4:00 pm
Venue: Unnamed Venue
Address:
Various

Get SET is a series of six workshops specifically designed for SALTs, 301 and USE Interns to help you to develop your skills in order to support you in your role. We have specifically picked the skills that not only will help you with your projects but also will be valuable for future employment. All sessions will be between 2pm- 4pm

The sessions are as follows:-

26/10/17 Project Management (Pam Liversidge D06)

So you have got to work on a project but not sure where to start? This session will introduce you to the Project Canvas, a project management tool which will allow you to not only plan a project but also work out who you need to talk to, what resources you need and help you develop timescales.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

09/11/17 Team Working (Pam Liversidge D06)

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.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

23/11/17 Time Management (Diamond Workroom 3)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to manage our time either in university life or professional life. This workshop will help the individuals on matters such as how to manage their time, allocate projects and work that need to be done according to the time that they have and how effective is the result in the end.

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/2/18 Problem Solving (Diamond Workroom 2)

In many cases, we have faced difficulties in how to solve a real life problem and how the individual can think effectively. This workshop will trigger the way of thinking and enhance the alternative way of thinking, meaning that, the alternative solutions that the individual can offer in order to achieve the personal goal that was achieved at the beginning of the task.

Hosted by USE (University of Sheffield Enterprise)

 

27/2/18 Presentation Skills (Diamond Workroom 2)

It’s important to know how to communicate when you are referring to a crowd. The aim of this workshop is to develop and improve skills that are essential to the individuals’ future role in matters of presenting their work and themselves and to provide knowledge regarding the improvement and the effectiveness of their presentations either self-representation or work presentations

Hosted by 301 Student Skills and Development Centre

 

13/3/18 Skills Articulation (Diamond Workroom 2)

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

 

Get SET is recognised for the Higher Achievement Education Report (HEAR). In order to get recognition for Get SET:

  1. Attend a minimum of four workshops
  2. Complete the Get SET assignment (This will be completed in your own time)

For more information, please look Get Set Google Toolbox or email e.a.taylor@sheffield.ac.uk