Conference Week 3

Transition in an online or blended world

The webinar took place from 13:00-14:30 on Wed 16th June 2021 with Helen Cooke as host.

The video of this webinar will be posted here as soon as editing and captioning have been completed.

Please note: the views, information, or opinions expressed during the conference are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of NADP. 

Photo of panellists

This webinar will be a discussion on various aspects of transition led by Helen Cooke with a panel of experienced practitioners:

  • Clare Beynon – Talent Acquisition Manager, Enterprise-Rent-A-Car
  • Keren Coney – Careers Adviser, Liverpool John Moores University & Co-Chair of the AGCAS Disability Task Force
  • Lucy Crittenden – Careers Adviser, Birkbeck University
  • Klara Holmes – Consultant, Accenture
  • Julie Spencer – Head of Student Wellbeing, University of Lincoln
  • David Swayn – National Disability Coordination Officer, Steps Group Australia

Biographies of our host and presenters for week 3

Presentation Videos

For on-demand viewing.

AHEAD of the Curve: Supporting Students and Graduates virtually transitioning into the workplace
Transitional Project University of Lincoln
Inclusive Support Transition Events UCLAN

Video Transcripts

Conversations on the Creation of ‘Small Steps to Success’. DR Chiko Makore et al.
AHEAD of the Curve: Supporting Students and Graduates virtually transitioning into the workplace. Caroline McGrotty & Hannah Kelly
Transitional Project University of Lincoln. Megan McAuliffe
Inclusive Support Transition Events. Abi Robinson, UCLAN

Podcasts

On-demand listening – In conversation with our partners and colleagues.

Episode 6: In conversation with Sharron Sturgess about the Leicestershire Specialist Mentoring Network (podcast and transcript)

Sponsors Video

Helping students and graduates succeed in a challenging labour market: a panel discussion

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