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CLL leads the way on employability in HE

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.


Emotional Resilience – Presentation to the Universities Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET)

Two members of the CLL team have been invited by Universities' Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET) to share with other ITE colleagues, their work on developing resilience in trainee teachers using emotional resilience and techniques found in the study of mindfulness. The presentation will take place in London on Friday 8 February 2019, with Ellen Buttler, Director of Initial Teacher Training and Essential Skills Programmes and Dean Howes, Teaching Fellow at the Centre sharing how students can better understand how to develop their ability to cope during emotionally challenging and stressful times.


Two members of staff in CLL team are leading on the organisation of a Research Seminar Series at the Centre.

The seminars, which will take place every two weeks, are focused on providing a space for colleagues to present ideas, receive feedback, discuss, debate and generally facilitate a greater level of academic conversation across the department.


Christmas Opening Hours

If you’re planning to come onto campus over the vacation period, please remember that the University will be running on a limited service, with full shut down on some days.

Fri 14 December 2018, 11:06 | Tags: CLL 2+2

CLL launches more Brexit Seminars in the New Year

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.


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