Come along to the popular Best Practice Showcase in London on the 17th June 2011 and meet Arras People throughout the day. Arras will be hosting five sessions throughout the day on “How to Differentiate Yourself in the Marketplace”
With the UK private sector slowly showing signs of economic recovery and the continued uncertainty in the public sector, the UK job marketplace has seen a number of changes which have impacted the job seeker. In these sessions we explore the changes, such as;
- What are employers looking for now in their project management hires?
- How can you improve the way you represent yourself – tried and tested methods Vs doing things differently
- Hints, tips and advice on how to differentiate yourself from the competition in the recruitment process – focused on CVs, interviews, where to look for opportunities.
Delegates will leave the session having gained an insight into how the recruitment market has changed over the last three years and the steps they need to take to ensure success when looking to secure their next project management opportunity. These sessions are an excellent opportunity to gain an insight into the kind of advice we offer through our Careers Clinics as well as receiving real and practical advice on the day which you can start to implement straightaway
The Best Practice Showcase is free to attend and is being held at the Grange St Paul Hotel near St Paul’s Cathedral. If you are interested in coming along you need to register for your place. You can then register for the sessions you would like to attend. If you’ve never been to a Showcase event it is well worth attending for a number of reasons. It’s free, it’s CPD, great networking, great food and that’s even before you consider the sessions on offer. The “birds of a feather” format is basically 12 of your peers around one table learning, discussing and debating the topic you’ve chosen from the programme. The format is much more interactive than a presentation or seminar plus it aids networking.
We look forward to seeing you there!