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CE923 Introductions for all new module participants

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  1. *Introductions for all new module participants* My name is Phil McCash and I am the module leader at Warwick. I am particularly interested in the integration of theory and practice in our work. I can be contacted about any aspect of this module on p.t.mccash@warwick.ac.uk Please use the Reply button to introduce yourself to other module participants when you first visit this forum. You are asked to: 1/ Introduce self using name and role. 2/ State why you are interested in this module. 3/ Include your email address. Thanks Phil
     
  2. Re: Introductions for all new module participants
    My name is Catherine Alexander. I’m a Careers Adviser at Cambridge University. I am currently working towards the CEIGHE and this is only the second module I’m registered on. I’m already recognising some theories in my working practice and hope to learn how to integrate them with more awareness and more constructively. My email is catherinealexander@careers.cam.ac.uk Thanks Catherine
     
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    Hello, My name is Angela Kinloch and I am Head of Careers at Writtle College. This is the first module I have undertaken and as such I feel it will be a good starting point for the rest of the MA. I am currently working my way through the powerpoint presentations and I think the day at Warwick in January 2011 will be helpful in terms of hearing more about the theories. My email address is angela.kinloch@writtle.ac.uk regards, Angela.
     
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    My name is Estanis Bouza. I’m a Careers Information Coordinator at City University London. My job includes a training component to become a Careers Consultant, hence my enrolment on this course. Delivering guidance on something as crucial as career options is my profesional goal. I get a great deal of satisfaction from supporting people and helping them make life-changing decissions. Integrating Theories and Practice is my first module. Although I have been working in a Careers environment for a year now, I have only just started reading about Career theories. My email address isestanis.bouza@city.ac.uk
     
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    Hello My name is Gillian Kazeminia and I am the Student Engagement Officer at Teesside University. This is my first module on the CEIGHE and I am looking forward to the flexibility of study by distance learning. My email is: g.kazeminia@tees.ac.uk Best Wishes Gillian
     
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    Hi My name is Hannah Woolley and I am an Employability Enhancement Officer at the University of Nottingham. I work as part of the Careers Education and Guidance Team within the Centre for Career Development. I have just enrolled on the CEIGHE postgraduate diploma and this is my first module. I am hopeful that this module will allow me to gain a deeper insight into career theories and help me to understand how these can be effectively applied to our practice. My email address is: hannah.woolley@nottingham.ac.uk Best regards, Hannah
     
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    Hi everyone My name is Gemma Ludgate and I am the Senior Careers Advisor at Regent’s College London. This will be my first module on the CEIGHE qualification and I feel it will be useful to gain a deeper theoretical grounding to my everyday guidance activities having been a careers advisor for a year. My email address is ludgateg@regents.ac.uk Thanks, Gemma
     
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    Hello, My name is Shauna Arnold and I am a Careers Consultant at London Metropolitan University. I have studied this module at certificate level previously and am about to embark on the module to ‘upgrade’ to diploma level. I attended the one day course at Warwick in January, which I found really useful – thoroughly recommend to other module participants! Thanks Shauna
     
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    failed at the first hurdle – forgot to include my email address – it is s.arnold@londonmet.ac.uk Shauna
     
  10. Re: Introductions for all new module participants
    Hi I’m Marian Gray – Careers Adviser at Aberystwyth University. My email address is mag11@aber.ac.uk I am studying this module as my first and hoping to apply theory to practice and to inform the work I am already doing with some structure and substance! Marian
     
  11. Re: Introductions for all new module participants
    Hello I’m Graham Philpott, Careers Development Consultant at the ICMA Centre, which is part of the University of Reading. This is my first module within the Diploma, and I’m looking forward to getting some new ideas. g.philpott@icmacentre.ac.uk . Regards Graham
     
  12. Re: Introductions for all new module participants
    Hi My name is Catherine Anderson and I’m the Careers Information Officer at St Mary’s University College, Twickenham, whose Careers Service is part of The Careers Group, University of London. Since July 2009 I’ve been working within The Careers Group (at King’s College London, Central Services and St Mary’s) as an Employer Liaison and Events Officer and as an Information Officer. My interest in this module is to learn to integrate careers theory into all roles within a Careers Service including how we deliver information and enhance employer engagement. My email is andersonca@smuc.ac.uk All the best Catherine
     
  13. Re: Introductions for all new module participants
    Hi I’m Kathy Jowett. I’m a Lecturer in Communication, Adult Literacy & ESOL, at Orkney College. Recently, I became one of a number of Career Coaches located across UHI (University of the Highlands and Islands). As a newly assigned Career Coach, I would like to learn some theory behind the area of careers and discover ways in which to apply this to coaching of my students. kathy.jowett@orkney.uhi.ac.uk
     
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    Hi. I’‘m Mary Macfarlane, and I’m Work Experience Project Officer at the University of Salford. I’m registered on the PG Cert, and this is my first module too. (Graham, I think I met you yesterday at the AGCAS Task Group meeting!)
     
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    ... and my email address is m.macfarlane@salford.ac.uk .
     
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    My name is Ann Evans and I am a Career Adviser at the University of Queensland (Australia). This is my second module and I am keen to learn * how to better apply theory to practice * new theories and hence be a better practitioner. Hopefully I can attend the one day course in June. My email is a.evans@uq.net.au Cheers Ann
     
  17. Re: Introductions for all new module participants
    Good to hear from you Ann and thanks for the reminder about the Career Development Theories Day. It will run on 7/6/11 at Warwick and places can be booked through AGCAS. There is no charge for the day, it is voluntary and a light lunch will be available. We use short video case studies to bring the various theories to life. I look forward to meeting some of you then. Best wishes Phil
     
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    Hello, my name is Angela Spence and I am registrar and student support officer at Highland Theological College, which is a constituent college of the University of the Highlands and Islands. I recently trained with UHI in career coaching and I am doing this module to gain a greater understanding of career development. Angela.Spence@htc.uhi.ac.uk
     
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    Hi, My name is Natalie Sermon, and I am an Assistant Careers Adviser at the University of Wolverhampton. I have just enrolled onto the PG Diploma CEIGHE and this is my first module. I have been in this role for 6 months, so I think this module will be a good starting point for my learning and development. My email address is N.Sermon@wlv.ac.uk . Thanks, Natalie
     
  20. Re: Introductions for all new module participants
    Welcome to all new registrants. Can I invite you to join Mary in sharing your own theory of career development in the Exercises forum? It does not have to be finely nuanced, your initial response is probably most helpful to others. Best wishes Phil