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West of Scotland SET Project for Women - 2023/05/05 15:36 West of Scotland Science, Engineering & Technology Returners' Project for Women - Free programme of workshops

Returners' Workshop 1: Networking skills, 17th June 2006, University of Glasgow

Are you

§ A woman with a degree in science, engineering or technology?
§ Over 25 years old?
§ Not working in SET right now?
§ Thinking of getting back into SET work?

Would you like to:

§ Bring your expertise up to date
§ Boost your confidence
§ Improve your presentation
§ Learn how to network effectively
§ Find out where the good opportunities are
§ Decide what you really, really want to do next....

.....and then do it?

If you join this new scheme, you will participate in a series of free workshops to help you to:

§ Regain the confidence to return to work.
§ Know about the local employment opportunities in SET, and your own specialism.
§ Know about local Enterprise opportunities in SET.
§ Polish up your Networking skills
§ Learn and practice interview and personal presentation skills
§ Know about keeping a control of your life and worklife balance
§ Know where to find sources of information, mentoring and support for women in SET.
§ Understand your rights at work as a returner, parent, part time or contract worker.

This first workshop, on 17th June 2006, will be on professional networking skills, which will be of use to participants in the remaining parts of the programme. The workshop will be delivered by Helen Gallick, from Networking for Success Ltd.

There will be monthly generic skills and briefing workshops until December, followed by sector-specific updating seminars and labs to bring you up to date in the SET areas for which there is work in the central belt of Scotland. All workshops are free and there will be a free onsite crèche, which must be pre-booked.

To apply, download the leaflet and return the form to me, or email me with your details. You can join the scheme at any time but you will gain most from it if you participate throughout.

The scheme is supported by both the UK and Scottish Resource Centres for Women in SET and is hosted by the University of Glasgow. It is funded through a combination of Equal and DTI funding as well as match funding at the University of Glasgow.

Also, if you know of any colleagues who may be interested in the scheme, pass this information on to them.

Finally, if you have any further queries relating to the scheme, please do not
hesitate to contact Dr Nina Baker,, 07745 894 861.
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