What can the curriculum do for careers?
11-12 January 2007
The conference was held at the University of Reading and was attended by over 170 delegates, including careers advisors, academics and researchers from 83 different HEIs.
It explored questions surrounding the advantages, the challenges and the effects of curriculum-based career management skills.
Thank you to all who attended and helped contribute to the success of the event. Below you will find presentations from the keynote speakers.
Innovation in employability and e-learning
12 December 2005
This conference explored possible innovative directions for CMS 2 - Destinations® - and invited delegates to suggest key areas for development in the new resource eg materials for postgraduate students. Group workshops discussed such issues as embedding career management skills within the curriculum and how to effectively assess careers education.
Careers: Do they matter to students in Higher Education?
21 September 2005
At this one-day conference for University of Reading CMS Tutors and other staff interested in CMS, guest speakers from Exeter, Leeds, University of the Arts, London, and the Subject Centre for Philosophy and Religious Studies talked on a number of issues, including career planning strategies, potential development for curriculum-based career management skills and the changing expectations of students facing the graduate job market.