Ahead of International Women’s Day (8 March), the Afghanistan and Central Asian Association (ACAA) hosted an ‘Empowering Marginalised Women conference’ at the Houses of Parliament on Monday 4 March.
Gill Frigerio, Associate Professor at the Centre for Lifelong Learning presented at the conference: “Pathways to employability? Career development for marginalised migrant women.”
Brexit is the single biggest change in UK politics post-1945. Leaving the EU will affect every single aspect of UK public policy from agriculture and local development to foreign policy and international relations, and everything in between.
The UK Career Development Awards 2019 takes place on March 6 and two Centre for Lifelong Learning students have received nominations. The awards showcase and celebrate the very best UK-wide practice in career development, with three major categories and ten individual awards. This year we are celebrating two of our students being shortlisted in the awards, both for Research Undertaken by a Careers Professional in the Best Practice Technology and Research Awards.
For our 2019-20 academic year, we have moved to online application forms as part of an initiative to work towards a paperless admission process. By using less paper, you can reduce your impact on the environment, such as limiting the number of trees and forestry cut down and produce less pollution and waste.
A career consultant at the University of Chester has achieved national recognition for his outstanding work on a CPD course based in Warwick’s Centre for Lifelong Learning.
The John Roberts Memorial Prize for Professional Achievement is awarded annually to the best student on the joint University of Warwick and AGCAS Career Education, Information, and Guidance in Higher Education (CEIGHE) postgraduate qualifications. AGCAS is the expert membership organisation for higher education student career development and graduate employment professionals.