The Careers and Employability Service and the Learner Development Service have now moved into their new home within the new Business School and Student Hub Building.
Both services are now split between two floors, with the student facing reception on the ground floor within the Employability Hub and the staff office and interview rooms located on the first floor.
When referring students to either service, please be aware that the first floor office is staff only (swipe card access) so students must report to the ground floor Employability Hub. If students are referred to the first floor office then staff will not be aware that a student is waiting outside.
Careers & Employability and Learner Development
The latest editions of Directorate Highlights are now available at:
Issue 92 covers the meeting held on 2 April 2012 and includes:
Student Number Control (SNC)
Postgraduate Recruitment Marketing Campaign
Public Sector Equality Duty and Institutional Equality Objectives
Space Management Strategy Group Notes
EQAL Programme Board Notes
Report on Board of Governors' Meeting
HEFCE Circular Letter 09/2012
UCEA Board Documents and Update 12:022 - Pay and Negotiation
HEFCE Letter re National Scholarship Programme for TDA Students
MMUBS Hub Cafe
Employability and Citizenship Conference
Issue 93 covers the meeting held on 16 April 2012 and includes:
Admissions ReportTimetablingSeven into Two will GoNHS Five Year Contract Strategic ReviewHealth and Safety Committee Report
Please note that Directorate Highlights are only available internally and you will be required to log in to view the page.
Governance and Secretariat Team
Student and Academic Services
There are still places left on the Communication & Assertiveness Course running all day on Thursday 17th May 2012 at All Saints.
Communication & Assertiveness Skills
Open to any member of staff who wishes to build on and improve their communication with others.
This interactive workshop focuses on: agenda setting; recognising aggressive/passive/assertive behaviour; non-verbal communication; and group work on dealing with workplace situations.
By the end of the event participants will be able to:
discuss skills and issues relating to effective communication
describe importance of non-verbal communication
identify aggressive/passive/assertive behaviour
discuss workplace situations and how to apply effective communication techniques
Participants must complete a pre-course workbook before attending the training event. This will be sent out with the course confirmation letter
Course Booking Forms can be found at
www.mmu.ac.uk/humanresources/devandtrain/ and should be forwarded to OD & T, 6th Floor, All Saints or via your line manager's email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Go to a day in May: