Student and New Graduate Career Coaching Series - The importance of having a good online profile
|Date:||26 September 2019|
|Time:||2.00pm - 3.30pm|
|Organiser:||AASW Qld Branch|
T 07 3090 3718
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The importance of having a good online profile
This session will cover all the rules that you should follow to present yourself in the best possible way for a potential decision maker.
Join presenters Karl Rowland and Angela Anthonisz in the second of a series of online coaching sessions designed to prime student and new graduate social workers for employment opportunities and career planning & development. In this webinar, Karl and Angela will lead a coaching session on the importance of having a good online profile. The webinar session will include space for Q&A so come equipped to engage, learn and optimise your job prospects!
About the Presenters
Karl Rowlands, National Manager Procare Australia
A Senior Recruitment Manager with over 10 years recruiting experience in both Europe and Australasia. Karl's based in Sydney and is responsible for operational management of the business, and oversight of client and candidate experiences.
Angela Anthonisz Team Leader - QLD
With more than 13 years’ experience within the community services industry, Angela brings a wealth of knowledge within the child, youth and family sector. Having completed a Bachelor Social Work, Angela has held program management and coordination roles supporting Foster Carers and has also worked directly with the Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services. Angela’s ability to complete robust assessments is greatly valued and aligns us to meet the needs of our client’s recruitment needs and those of job seekers.
Via Webinar - please register to the right of this panel.
Please note an email with a link to record your details to access the Webinar on the day will be sent to you, 2 - 3 days prior.
Date: Thursday 26 September 2019 - 2.00pm - 3.30pm
Cost: Members - FREE
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