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