How Taking Part in Social Action Can Improve Employability

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Looking to boost your personal development in 2019?

Join us for the second in a series of four free-to-attend webinars hosted in partnership with LifeSkills created with Barclays.


What can you expect from this webinar?

Social action helps to develop a range of 21st century skills such as communication, resilience and problem solving to help young people move forward into the world of work and showcase examples on their CV.

With good quality work experience placements sometimes difficult to secure, social action can be a great way to give students access to hands-on work opportunities.


About our Guest Speaker: Eleanor Bernardes

Eleanor Bernardes is a Head of Engagement at LKMco. She began teaching in 2002 and worked, most recently, at the RSA Academy in Tipton. There she held the role of Literacy Coordinator with responsibility for improving Key Stage Three outcomes across the curriculum. She was awarded a distinction for her MA in Educational Leadership in which she assessed the impact of a literacy intervention. During her time in schools, Eleanor was team leader for ‘Opening Minds’, helping to design and implement an innovative new curriculum. She was also closely involved with the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) and completed a secondment with the IBO to develop the IB Career-related Certificate (IBCC).

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