Careers fair to be held at Belfast Met
APPRENTICESHIP CAREERS FAIR
:: With a vision to nurture the talent and ambition of local students, Belfast Met is engaging employers and students at an apprenticeship careers event to be hosted jointly by the College’s Centre for Skills & Apprenticeships and Careers Service.
Taking place at the College’s e3 campus at Springvale on Thursday March 28 from 4-7pm, the apprenticeship careers fair and open day will provide employers with the opportunity to meet their future talent pool as well as increase awareness of the career prospects and live apprenticeship vacancies they have available to those seeking career options.
With up to 30 companies in attendance, the event is an opportunity for students to meet face-to-face with employers who recruit apprentices and talk to them directly about career opportunities within their organisation.
Students will also have the chance to meet college skills support coaches and staff who will support them throughout the duration of their apprenticeship course, as well as get further advice on minimum entry requirements for individual courses, what to expect in relation to the admission process and next steps.
A mix of apprenticeship and higher level apprenticeships courses, fully funded by the Department of Economy NI, will be on offer across a range of industry areas including IT, accountancy, business administration, bakery, hospitality and construction.
Employers attending will include Hastings Hotel Group, Mivan, Black Box Fitness, NIE Networks, BDO, Deloitte, Translink, Ulster Bank, Allen & Overy and French Village Bakery. For more details email email@example.com
NEW GRADUATE RESOURCE IS LAUNCHED
:: Northern Ireland’s first ever dedicated resource designed to connect emerging graduate talent with leading companies has been launched.
Radar (www.radar.careers) has the support of international and local indigenous businesses including EY, Herbert Smith Freehills, FinTrU, Musgrave, Bazaarvoice, Autoline, Flanagan Flooring, Brett Martin, FSCom, Ortus, Muldoon & Co Accountants and Helios IT.
The new platform, developed by recruitment company Abacus Talent Group, aims to become the ultimate career resource centralised in one site, transforming the graduate recruitment market in Northern Ireland by bridging emerging talent with local employers.
For graduates, Radar provides a free dedicated tool to access vital information on companies and sectors to match their specific career interests, with tailored alerts for each individual. It enables them to discover information about local sectors with hiring demands and skills shortages, helping inform decision-making in a range of areas from exam choices to placements.
It also provides detailed information on specific local businesses from background information to the benefits offered, new jobs and top tips. Radar incorporates articles, blogs, videos and podcasts to help graduate career development.
Radar incorporates a range of useful resources for graduates and companies alike, publishing in-depth research, expert advice, company profiles, local career case studies and auto messaging to prepare gradates for the future and inform companies on the hot topics of interest to the emerging talent in Northern Ireland.