- Our sessions are tailored for members of the University and run from the Collaboration Area in the Teaching Grid
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A bookable session to help you learn how to use the software and get support to help you improve and develop your movie making skills.
Presentation technologies workshops
Peer-supported introductory workshops for students who want to explore presentation software like Prezi Next and Microsoft Sway and learn about creating effective visual presentations.
Clinical Skills Experience workshop
Basic clinical skills sessions for non-medical students who are interested in applying to graduate-entry medicine.
Although opportunities for school-age students are increasing, clinically relevant work experience can often be difficult and time-consuming to organise at university.
The aim of the workshops is to provide an introduction to basic clinical skills for prospective applicants.
Student Careers and Skills run a range of skills workshops and distinct development programmes for undergraduate, masters, and research students throughout the year. These cover many areas of personal and academic development such as academic writing, as well as skills that are highly sought after by employers or when starting a business. Taught students can also receive an award for their engagement with skills development whilst at Warwick. For more information visit Warwick Skills Portfolio Award (WSPA).