The Spring Project in partnership with The Hub, will be offering free valuable job skills and employability training to finalists and London Metropolitan University Life Science and School of Computing Alumni on the evening of Thursday 1st November at The Hub in Kingscross.
Personal development experts from The Spring Project will provide this free training.
Also in attendance will be social enterprise business leaders and social entrepeneurs from The Hub membership who will be benefitting from the training whilst potentially looking to mentor the student/graduate participants and explore possible internship and paid work-experience opportunities.
There will be various personal development, self-awareness and insight work-shops throughout the evening focusing on three core principles:
- How to be of service - and unlock exceptional value for yourself and others.
- Responsibility - for your own thoughts and actions to determine the future you want.
- Living with integrity - being true to yourself about your brilliance and what holds you back from achieving your aspirations.
Places are limited.
The evening will start promptly at 6.30pm and will run until 9.30pm - please arrive a few minutes early and be prepared to attend for the whole event
Please bring a printed copy of your CV with you - just in case.
To see a short video of The Spring Project in action then click here.
If you register and then cannot make it, please let us know as soon as you can so someone else can benefit from this valuable training. Finally, by registering for the training you will be added to our mailing list for future Spring Project events. You will be able to unsubscribe from this should you wish.
We look forward to meeting you! And you DO NOT need to bring a printed copy of your ticket.
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The Spring Project
The Spring Project is a collaborative development project bringing together job seekers, recruiters and experts to provide training. It is a not-for-profit set up in January 2010.
The Spring Project supports people in enhancing their capacity, by developing their hearts and minds.
It makes world class training available to people who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford it. It supports people in learning how to create extraordinary value, enabling them to support themselves and those around them.
For more information go to www.springproject.co.uk
Past events have been attended by representatives from:
Bain, Baker & McKenzie, Bank of England, Barclays, Business in the Community, Brent Council, Centrica, Chance4Change, Childreach International, CIPD, Civil Service Fast Stream, DHL, DLA Piper, Ernst & Young, The FSA, HSBC, Institute of Civil Engineers, International Hotels Group, University of Greenwich, University of Kingston, University of London, Lambeth Council, Lloyds Register Group, Metropolitan Police, PwC, RBS, The RSA, Skills Funding Agency, Stafford Long, STEP, Tata Consultancy.