Applications that Count: CVs and Cover Letters

Applications that Count: CVs and Cover Letters

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This interactive workshop will cover how to apply for jobs within the environmental sector including what employers are looking for.

About this event

What will you gain from attending this webinar? 

  • To understand what makes a strong application
  • Be able to adapt a CV and cover letter based on job adverts
  • To have an insight into what employers look for in an application

Why should you attend?

The Field Studies Council is the leading educational charity based in the UK. We provide outstanding experiences for people to connect with the environment, learn about it and make choices that help protect it. Our staff come from diverse backgrounds within the environmental sector and are able to offer insight and guidance on a range of careers and opportunities.

Ticket information

Subsidised Price: £8 per webinar for non-professional eg. volunteers and students

Regular Price: £12 per webinar for working professionals

A recording will be made available for a short time afterwards to allow full digestion of the learning content. This will be emailed out after the session.

Please only select the subsidised price if you are eligible, this will be checked.

Series discount

If you select to attend all 5 webinars, not only will you get a £10 discount, a digital workbook and a course completion certificate, you will also receive exclusive access to the Field Studies Council Green Career Network where you will join likeminded individuals who have completed the webinars to share advice and continue to develop your career.

Book all 5 webinars by clicking this link

About this series

The First Steps into a Green Career Online Workshop Series is an opportunity for individuals either interested in a career in the environmental sector or those thinking about their next steps. This event is an engaging and interactive 90-minute online workshop that has been developed and will be delivered by Field Studies Council staff from a range of backgrounds and experiences. We host them on Zoom and we will send out joining instructions on the day of the event.

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