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Skills Training

Why Skills Training?

With graduate recruiters looking for more than an academic record, you need to stand out from your peers. By reflecting on the skills you need to strengthen, and undertaking a training session to develop, you are showing employers that you:

  • can identify your strengths and weaknesses
  • can reflect on your behaviours
  • can proactively change or manage yourself
  • can realistically set personal targets and goals
  • are willing to shape your own future

Use these training sessions to try new ways of working with others and understand yourself, your motivations and your qualities. These will all help you make the best impression at interviews.

Can't make a session? We have created short videos on a variety of Skills Training topics that you can watch for free!

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Writing Centre - Write Bite Sessions 10 Feb to 4th May 2016
Academic Skills
Wed 10 Feb
You do not need to book for these sessions, you can just turn up and bring your lunch with you. Keen to develop your academic writing? Would you like help... Find out more...
Revision Strategies for mathematics modules
Academic Skills
Wed 04 May
Revision Strategies for mathematics modules This session introduces some approaches to revision for mathematical modules. Attendees will consider the interplay between understanding, practise and memory when learning mathematics and will consider how they might improve... Find out more...
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Help us measure, protect and enhance what matter most to our clients.

You'll enjoy exceptional business exposure, build wide-ranging skills and life-long relationships, and  gain valuable professional qualifications. You'll also find out why students have voted us number one in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers survey for the last eight years.

Just bring us a 2:1 or above in any discipline, a UCAS tariff of at least 300 (or equivalent), plus the ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others' shoes and to make a positive impact on our clients. To be part of something special, visit:

Please note that while the majority of our sessions are offered free of charge, some sessions such as First Aid and IT training may be provided at a fee which will be advertised at the sign up point