We offer a range of careers workshops and short courses, most of which are available to all our students and graduates, and we are excited to announce our new Wolverhampton Employability Award.
The schedule for our courses and workshops is on our Jobs and Events database. Places are normally limited; please reserve your place through the database and let us know if you change your mind, so that we can offer your place to someone else. All our courses and workshops are free.
This is our programme of careers workshops and presentations, open to all students and recent graduates of the University, and covering a wide range of topics to help you plan your career and prepare yourself for the world of work. Find out more about the Career Lab sessions and book your place through our Jobs and Events system.
Kickstart your Career - 14 and 21 November 2013
This practical course running over 2 afternoons and aimed at first year students is designed to introduce you to Careers and Employment Services and help you to get ahead in your career planning.
Careers Week - Summer 2013
A series of careers workshops and presentations aimed at students who have just completed their course and are planning the next step in their career. Students about to enter their final year and wanting to get ahead with their career planning over the Summer are also welcome.
Brand New You! - 25 - 27 June 2013
A 3 day course to help you build confidence, discover your personality type and develop your career potential.
Get to Work! - 23 - 25 July 2013
An intensive and practical 3 day course preparing you for all stages of the recruitment process from written applications to interviews and selection activities.
We are launching our Wolverhampton Employability Award over the Summer to a small number of students, with the opportunity for more students to get on board with this in the Autumn. Find out more about our Employability Award.
We also offer our well established Active Volunteers Volunteering Certificate, which recognises the skills and achievements you gain from volunteering, as well as the significant contribution you make to the community.
We make annual awards to the University of Wolverhampton Volunteer of the Year and Student Employee of the Year - awards which celebrate the outstanding contributions and achievements of students who effectively combine volunteering or part-time work with their study commitments. Nominations for Student Employee of the Year Award 2012 have now closed. Nominations for the Volunteer of the Year Award 2012 have now closed