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Displaying from Wednesday, August 17, 2011
 August 2011
Wednesday 17
11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to understand Aussie slang (repeat) Website | More Information
If you're new to Australia and want to learn some Strine (Australian) so you understand the local lingo (language) better, join this workshop.

12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to breakthrough study blocks (repeat) Website | More Information
Your essay, report, review is due soon. The days, hours and finally minutes slip by but you still just canít get started (or finished!). If this sounds familiar, come along and find out how to get moving with a range of tried and tested strategies.

13:00 - TALK - POSTGRADUATE CAREERS WEEK - Industry R&D- A Personal Odyssey : Do you really want to do R&D in Industry? Come along and listen to Dr Andy Sierakowski's experiences. Website | More Information
Dr Andy Sierakowski, FRACI current Director, Office of Industry and Innovation at the University of Western Australia talks about his career experiences and working in R&D in industry.

13:00 - TALK - EMPLOYER TALK - Apple Store Leader Program and Apple Retail Opportunities : Apple will be visiting the campus to discuss Apple's unique graduate program, the Apple Store Leader Program, plus other full-time and part-time opportunities with Apple Retail. Website | More Information
Apple will be visiting the campus to discuss Apple's unique graduate program, the Apple Store Leader Program, plus other full-time and part-time opportunities with Apple Retail.

The Apple Store Leader Program is a 24-month immersion in every aspect of managing and operating an Apple (...)

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to structure university essays (repeat) Website | More Information
An excellent essay structure makes your writing pleasurable to read. Learn how to order your reasons and develop a logical, coherent and clear essay that flows from effective introduction to rounded conclusion.
Thursday 18
12:00 - EVENT - Interview Skills & Practice - Thur 18 August : A successful interview can win you the job. Learn how to maximise your chances of being selected by anticipating interview questions and preparing effectively. More Information
This workshop will involve your participation in a number of practical activities that will assist you to:

Explore the job interview process Identify the preparation required to perform well in interviews Predict likely interview questions Practise answering interview questions

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Linear and quadratic graphs (repeat) Website | More Information
This workshop is designed to help students with plotting linear and quadratic functions on the Cartesian plane. Importantly, students will see how to make the transition from equation to graph.

14:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - More algebra skills (repeat) Website | More Information
This workshop builds upon the previous workshop on basic algebra. Students who want to build up their competence will find this workshop of great interest, as would those who have completed the workshop on basic algebra skills.
Friday 19
11:00 - WORKSHOP - Careers Workshop - Cover Letter Preparation : All too often the importance of the cover letter is overlooked when preparing written job applications. More Information
The cover letter is usually the first thing read by an employer and it will influence whether they read on or not! Learn how to:

Structure your letters Create interest in your application Prepare letters for advertised and non-advertised positions
Monday 22
10:00 - EVENT - Successful Job Applications - Addressing Selection Criteria : Learn how to address Selection Criteria in online or written applications to demonstrate that you have the skills or experiences required for the job. More Information
Successfully answering online application questions or responding to selection criteria is essential for getting to the interview stage Learn more about:

Skills & attributes used as selection criteria? Using the 'STAR' Technique to demonstrate skills Organising and presenting your (...)

11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Essays versus reports Website | More Information
Academic reports require different skills and a different format from essays. Gain the skills you need to tackle reports with efficiency and confidence.

13:00 - TALK - Employer Talk - Careers Centre - ASIO & ASIS : Come along and find out the opportunities on offer with the Australian Intelligence agencies Website | More Information
Interested in working for the Australian government intelligence agencies? Come along and find out more!

Australian citizens in all disciplines.

15:30 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Disertation workshops for coursework postgrads Website | More Information
These workshops are for postgrads writing a dissertation as part of a coursework degree. Each workshop provides a brief session on a different aspect of writing and an opportunity to get individual help.
Tuesday 23
11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to create and map ideas Website | More Information
Learn this technique for generating and ordering ideas (particularly useful for getting started on assignments and for overcoming writers' block).

11:00 - EVENT - Science Union Careers Expo : Careers Centre & Science Union are holding a careers expo! All students welcome! More Information
Want to find out more about who employs Science students? Interested in work experience, graduate or vacation work?

Come along to the Science Union Careers Expo!

Employers attending include:

-Rio Tinto -Alcoa -ASIO -Teach for Australia -UWA Faculty of Education (Do (...)

12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Introduction to very basic statistics Website | More Information
This workshop gives a basic introduction to statistics, particularly measures of central tendency and spread, for both univariate and bivariate data. Students will gain an intuitive idea of how certain measures are calculated and used to summarise sets of data.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Getting Ready for Employment : Itís never too early to start! The students who are most competitive in the vacation work and graduate employment market are those who started preparing early in their time at university. Find out what you need to start doing! More Information
Itís never too early to start!

Getting Ready for Employment Seminar

The students who are most competitive in the employment market are those who started preparing in 1st and 2nd year.

You need to develop career management skills and take the steps to maximise (...)

13:00 - EVENT - AIESEC Live the Change Information Session : AIESEC Live the Change Information Session Website | More Information
AIESEC is giving you a chance to go out into the world and join the other hundreds of students who have lived the change by educating students, raising awareness of HIV/AIDS, getting involved in social entrepreneurship, empowering women, tackling human rights and environmental issues in countries (...)

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Inferential statistics Website | More Information
This workshop gives a basic introduction to the interplay between statistics, probability and the real world. Students will learn about various probability distributions, including the normal distribution. We will then see examples where the use of statistics and probability allows us to make sense (...)
Wednesday 24
12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to create and map ideas (repeat) Website | More Information
Learn this technique for generating and ordering ideas (particularly useful for getting started on assignments and for overcoming writers' block).


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