Welcome to the Employability community
If you deliver careers information, advice and guidance AND you'd like to be better equipped to help clients make informed choices about employability or have ideas you'd like to share with others, this AGCAS web community is for you.
Suggestions for new types of graduate jobs wanted
As part of our joint commitment with Graduate Prospects to ensure career resources are relevant and current, AGCAS and Graduate Prospects are looking to expand the series of Types of Jobs (Occupational Profiles) in 2016. As part of this expansion, we would like your help with suggestions for new titles.
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Big Opportunities in Small Businesses: Graduates in SMEs (DVD and streaming licence)
This DVD explores how graduates and SMEs can benefit one another. Graduates and their employers relate their own experiences and offer practical advice.More details ›
Exchanging views and ideas
All AGCAS members can exchange views and ideas by submitting news articles to this website and contributing to the discussions that follow many articles.
You can also pick the brains of other careers professionals through the EMPLOYABILITY-DEVELOPMENT discussion list (click on 'subscribe' to join). Though not an AGCAS-owned list, it's a list that many AGCAS members subscribe to.
People to contact
Canterbury Christ Church University
Closing Date: October 7, 2015
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This course is suitable for anyone involved in the design and delivery of employability and career development programmes for students.
Building on the huge success of our previous events, the University of Leicester's Festival of Careers returns for 2015 with three days of car...
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