Webinar Series - Subject Specific HE Applications

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  • Social Work Qualifying Programmes and Professional Registration This webinar, presented by Chris Penney, Course Leader for the BSc (Hons) Social Work programme at the University of Portsmouth, provides an overview of the professional programmes of study available within social work. The webinar considers the prerequisite qualifications and beneficial experiences that support a successful application to study social work. Considerations of professional values and the diverse career pathways that are available in social work practice are explored.
  • Dental Nursing: Routes to professional registration and career pathways This webinar, presented by Dawn Walsh and Jennifer Malpass, lecturers at the University of Portsmouth Dental Academy, provides an overview of the routes to Dental Nurse registration with the General Dental Council. In addition, the diverse range of career progression opportunities available to this vital member of the Dental Team are discussed.
  • Medicine Support & Guidance for HE Applications Join Brighton & Sussex Medical School for an informative webinar covering the nuances of the medical school application process. Aimed at careers advisers and teachers, but also prospective applicants, Sam Wickham, Outreach & Recruitment Officer at BSMS provides some current context to the application process and offer useful resources and guidelines to help students make a competitive application. The webinar offers some personal insight and tips on personal statements, work experience and medical school interviews as well as signpost to further information advice & guidance.
  • Applying to Nursing and Midwifery This webinar is presented by Rakhee Rankin, Associate Head of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of the West of England. The webinar provides an overview of the courses with particular attention to application and values based recruitment.
  • Engineering your future What do you think of when you hear ‘engineering’? Fixing cars? Wearing overalls? How about designing and launching satellites? Or a human-powered aircraft? Join engineers Dr. Lindsay-Marie Armstrong, (nearly Dr.!) Jess Spurrell and Jordan Williams from the University of Southampton, as they share their journeys in engineering with you over a cup of tea. Find out just what engineering actually is, how diverse and creative it is, how it opens doors, and some of the many ways through which it can be accessed.
  • Alternative pathways to Veterinary careers For students interested in a Veterinary career but for whom studying a Veterinary science degree is not an option, a Bio-veterinary degree can be the ideal option to achieving their dream career. This webinar, delivered by Linda Greening (Head of Inclusivity) provides advisers, teachers and prospective applicants with all the information they need about the entry criteria and process and the post degree pathways.
  • Presenting Portfolios for Art Based Subjects Do you support students in Art, Design, Textiles or Media? This webinar is aimed at school teachers and anyone who is involved in preparing students for their portfolio assessment, providing them with tips and examples to feed back to young people. You will get the chance to hear about portfolio submissions, see exemplar work, and talk with subject leaders about their expectations. Experts from Plymouth College of Art will be on-hand to offer advice about what constitutes a good portfolio and what should be included. The webinar is most suitable for those working with Years 11-13 and in a position to help young people towards greater acceptance onto accredited art courses, whether at FE or HE level. It is also open to anyone wishing to refresh their skills and gain new insights into the application procedure.
  • Applying to Law Dan Lee, Admissions Officer at the Kent Law School at the University of Kent, will help you understand about the application, offer, and decision making process for law, and what information is sought in the personal statement and reference. You will also hear about why the interdisciplinary nature of law appeals to students who may not have previously studied it at school or college, or who do not wish to pursue legal careers upon graduation.

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