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Being an Associate Producer for a Global Tech Firm
Kat Wooley talks about her role as an Associate Producer in the content team at one of the world's leading tech firms.
Being a Founder of your own Technology Services Firm
John Harkin founder of Alchemy Technology Services talks about how he got the idea for his business and how he built it into the powerhouse that it is today. He highlights the attributes that employees in his company must have
Being a Games Designer
A young student interviews Ben Donaghue a Game Designer and creative director for Blackstaff Games.
Being an Aeronautical Engineer
A young student interviews Dr Declan Nolan, who is an Aeronautical Engineer.
Studying Level 3 Engineering
North West Regional College student Bryan Smyth gives us an overview of the Engineering course.
Future of Work
Exploring the potential jobs of the future and what factors will impact them.
Skills of the Future
An insight into the skills that will be needed for the jobs of the future.
Pathways: School Leaver
Adam Wilkinson discusses making the leap directly from school into PwC and gives an insight to his role there.
Pathways: Blockchain
Kevin Gannon, a Blockchain Technician, takes us through his role at PwC with animations explaining the Blockchain process.
What is Collaboration?
Explaining what Collaborative Skills are and how they are vital for a 21st Century Citizen.
What is Communication?
Defining and explaining what Communication is in relation to the Four C's of 21st Century Learning.
How Having Good Listening Skills Helps Communicate
It's not just how you relay information but also how you absorb and process it that makes you a better communicator, this animated episode provides an example of the process in action.
Be More Creative with Lateral Thinking
Use lateral thinking to approach a problem in a new and unusual way. This helps demonstrate how positive distractions and creative methods can solve problems or innovate dynamically.
Are you a Good Listener?
Ed Cunningham once said, "Friends are those rare people who ask how we are, and then wait to hear the answer." Learn techniques to help you become a good listener.
Relaxation for Public Speaking
Public speaking can be a terrifying. Learn how to calm your nerves before you take to the stage.
Intro
Teachers are constantly asked to teach with new technologies where they may not be experts - the answer is to take on the role of coach.
Application Security Engineer with Allstate
An Application Security Engineer is one of the most vital roles within the Software Industry, they find flaws in your program's integrity before the hackers do.
Data Scientist
Being a Data Scientist was voted the number one job in America. But what does the role entail and how does a young person considering a career in this area get started.
Doing a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sports
An overview of the Level 3 Extended Diploma Sports course at SERC with Charlotte Slater.
Being the Parent of Someone Studying at SERC
Jennifer McCormick gives us insight and advice into what it is like to be a parent to children at a college instead of university.
Ever wondered what it’s like being on the #WorkItOut programme? Let’s join Agnes to see how she has gotten on!
Agnes discusses the support she's received from First Housing, a Derry-based charitable organisation that helps the homeless, and how their #WorkItOut programme provided a route into further education.
Being a Supervisor at a Boutique Hostel
Nicolle, Supervisor at Moville Boutique Hostel, talks about the things she's learned from working in the hospitality industry and her ambitions for the future.
Developing Emotional Intelligence
Developing our Emotional Intelligence can help us to become effective team members and succeed in the classroom and beyond. Explore several techniques to sharpen your skills.
Self Awareness
Self awareness is an important life skill, understanding our own character, feelings, motives, and desires. Find out how it can help students in many aspects of their current and future lives, and learn practical ways to develop it themselves.
Aspiration and Ambition
Students will learn ways to think about and identify their aspirations, values and beliefs. They’ll understand how these are formed and change over time, and learn ways to harness them to be a better learner and to prepare themselves for the world of work.
Grit
Viewers will learn about grit and the importance of perseverance to fulfill talents. They will self-evaluate how the level of grit they are currently applying to their talents and identifying ways to further develop their grit attributes. Through the inquiry of an experienced adult, they will discover ways to apply grit into their daily life.
My Future Self
Students will consider how knowledge about their personal strengths, interests and aspirations relate to where they might fit in an organisation (e.g. entrepreneur, boss, team member, assistant) and in the world. They’ll learn about how this might change over time and understand the factors that influence it.
Self Awareness
Self awareness is an important life skill, understanding our own character, feelings, motives, and desires. Find out how it can help students in many aspects of their current and future lives, and learn practical ways to develop it themselves.
Self Management
Self-management is a critical workplace and life skill. It is our ability to manage our behaviours, thoughts, and emotions in a conscious and productive way; find out real world examples of how it impacts our students' lives.
Artistry with Gayle Chong Kwan
What does it mean to be an artist? Gayle Chong Kwan discusses this topic and what informs her job as an artist.
Music Entertaining with Rwanda Shaw
Musician Rwanda Shaw discusses her work within the entertainment industry and how she grew her career.
Fashion Textile Designer, Hope MaCaulay
Fashion Textile Designer Hope Macauley discusses running her own brand and how she broke into the industry, along with her pieces being shown at Graduate Fashion week and London Fashion week.
Software Development with Dana Doherty
Software Developer Dana Doherty discusses her work at Learning Pool and what a Software Developer in the Next Gen team comprises of.
Software Developing with Mark Graham
As a Software Developer, Mark Graham discusses his work at Learning Pool and his pathway to growing his career.
Musician, Producer, Composer and Artist Ryan Vail
Ryan Vail goes into detail about his journey as a musician and artist, including insight into the different aspects of his career.
Building up a Company with Fergus and Scott
Environmentally-friendly and sustainability focussed entrepreneurs, Fergus and Scott, discuss their journey about setting up their company Revive, which uses coffee grounds to develop a range of high quality products and reduce wastage.
Pathways: Apprentice
Maisy Sinclair, a University student at Queens University, discusses her career progress in PwCs graduate programme.
How to Teach Critical Thinking Skills
Exploring how Educators can get their students to think critically about how to discern information, sources and the world around them.
Teacher Podcast | Creativity
An Educator explains the importance of Thinking Creatively and the benefits it can have for your students and school.
Creativity in the Workplace
Six experts across multiple industries explain the benefits of being creative in your thinking and output along with how it is a universal skill essential for any job.
Collaboration in the Workplace
Few jobs involve working alone, our experts discuss how important collaboration is for you to make an effective and successful workplace and career.
Understand Email Etiquette
With over 124 Billion business emails sent and received each day, this animated episode highlights ways to make sure the emails you send are received and understood properly.
How Analysing Arguments Helps You Think Critically
Being able to understand and reflect on differing points of view makes you a better critical thinker; mastering this skill helps you daily such as buying items online.
Brainstorming on Your Own
Brainstorming is great technique for creative problem solving. If you have no one to brainstorm with, learn how to do it on your own with Mind Maps!
Technical Coach
In today’s tech world, everyone’s a coach; but what is a technical coach? This video will break down what a technical coach is and give practical examples to use the coaching technique in the classroom.
Effective Listening
Teachers will learn about the Rubber Ducky Principal and how to use effective listening techniques in the classroom.
Creative Problem Solving
Teachers will learn about different creative and visual ways of solving problems in a creative way.
Mind Mapping
To understand what mind-mapping is and how it can be used in technical coaching but in other disciplines
Vox Pops
Vox Pops from the staff at Liberty IT about working in IT, working in the company and how IT is changing and how work flows have changed to have the best communication between the team and their customers
UI Engineer
User Interface design is one of the most critical parts of creating a program. If you have it right, its a seamless; almost invisible way to navigate and present your program. Get it wrong and it's a frustrating experience for the user.
Study for HNC 4 in Photography?
An overview of the HNC Photography course at SERC with Farah Pourgholi. She thinks it gives a perfect grounding in a subject she is passionate about and will lead her to a career on advertising photography in California.
Ever wondered what it’s like being on the First Housing and #workitout programme? Let’s join Rebecca Bishop to see how she has gotten on!
Rebecca Bishop talks about her experiences with homelessness and how First Housing and the #WorkItOut programme provided the emotional and educational support she needed.
Ever wondered what it’s like being an Environmental Engineer at Caterpillar NI? Let’s join Ruth Lyttle to see what it takes!
Environmental Engineer Ruth Lyttle talks about her work with Caterpillar NI, which involves minimising the environmental impact of manufacturing. She highlights the personal attributes that have helped her and shows how if at first you don't succeed, try and try again.
Ever wondered what it’s like working in Customer Operations at P&O Ferries? Let’s join Andrew O'Toole to see what it takes!
Andrew O'Toole, who works in Customer Operations at P&O Ferries, talks about his day-to-day responsibilities and what he enjoys about working with the public
Social Awareness
The ability to understand the perspective of and empathise with others from diverse backgrounds and cultures is such a vital life skill. Students need to understand social and ethical norms for behaviour which will help them thrive in future social settings both in the workplace and everyday life.
Grit
Viewers will learn about grit and the importance of perseverance to fulfill talents. They will self-evaluate how the level of grit they are currently applying to their talents and identifying ways to further develop their grit attributes. Through the inquiry of an experienced adult, they will discover ways to apply grit into their daily life.
Pathways into Design and the Rule of Thirds with David Pugh
With 15 years of commercial Graphic Design experience, owner and entrepreneur, David Pugh, takes us through the design principles and rule of thirds in Graphic Design.
Project Manager Officer with Lauren Baker
Lauren Baker of Alchemy Technical Services discusses being a Project Manager Officer Analyst and how she became to working in this role as well as the skills she uses every day in the role.
Meeting and Interviewing a Professional Actor
A young student meets and interviews a professional actor to find out about his career.
Student A interviews Karen Quinn, a Social Worker
With 15 years experience as a lawyer, Karen outlines her roll and skills as a Social Worker to our Student A.
Student Interviews Michael Johnston, an Actor
A student finds out what being a professional actor is all about and the performance industry.
Project Managing with Rory Watson
Learning Pool's Project Manager Rory Watson gives an insight into his role and discusses the route he took to get there.
Architectural Design with Tom Cosgrove
Architectural design, drawing and understanding the context of the job is explained by Tom Cosgrove.
Music Producing with Gary Curran
Garry Curran talks to us about what it requires to be a music producer and what the world of music producing looks like.
Content Production with Aurore Dimopoulos
Ever wondered what it's like being a Content Team Producer for a Global Tech Firm? Let's join Aurore Dimopoulos to see what it takes!
Ever wondered what it's like being a Technical Evangelist for a Global Tech Firm? Let's join Liz Mercuri to see what it takes!
Careers of the Future
Exploring what new career paths will open up in the future.
Educator Podcast | Collaboration
First hand account of how an Educator is already teaching the Collaborative skillset with their students and the methods used to achieve it
Educator Podcast | Communication
Communicating effectively is necessary for a successful work and social life, an Educator takes you through the process of creating good communication in your classroom.
Improve Your Concentration
The ability to focus on a task, drown out background noise and distractions will not only improve your concentration but make you a better thinker and collaborator too.
The Subject Line Pitch
Employers get mounds of emails a day. Make yours stand out with the perfect subject line pitch.
The Alternative Uses Test
Sometimes, creativity requires divergent thinking. Train your brain to think creatively by taking the Alternative Uses Test.
Peer Review
To understand what peer reviewing is and how it can be used in technical coaching but in other disciplines
Digital Product Manager
Digital Product Managers oversee the entire lifecycle of a digital product, from inception to launch. Acting as a mediator between consumers and technical teams, to create new product features to design. So how do you embark on this career path?
ID and Access Management
Companies have an obligation to protect your data and identity, this is where ID and Access Management Team play a role. From Passwords to Facial Recognition, find out what the job entails and how to access the career.
User Experience Design with Steven Shaw
Stephen Shaw teaches us on how he ensures apps, websites, virtual realities and digital products are made easier, better and delightful for interaction and human experience.
Visual Art and Photography with Tyrone Williams
Photographer and Visual Artist Tyrone Williams discusses what he does on a daily basis and how he captures various art around him with a camera.
Being a Technical Analyst with Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts of Alchemy Technical Services discusses what being a Technical Analyst is about and what skills are required to perform this role.
Student Interview with Dr. Declan Nolan an Aerospace and Mechanical Engineer
A student discusses career pathways with a Lecturer in Aerospace Engineering and research.
Matthew McAleer, Learning Pool's Academy Manager
Learning Pool's Academy Manager Matthew McAleer discusses his role and the experience and skills that brought him here.
Product Manager, Kevin Doherty
Product Manager Kevin Doherty gives an insight to his work at Learning Pool and what it means to be a Product Manager.
Corporate Soliciting and Law with Ciara Burke
Ciara Burke discusses what being a Corporate Solicitor involves and how this fits into the industry of law.
Leading a Food and Beverage Shift with Shannon Coleman
Shannon Coleman discusses her role in leading an entire food and beverage shift at the Maldron Hotel in Belfast.
Developing Her Company with Aoife Doherty
Aoife Doherty discusses her journey and insights as a self starting entrepreneur and how she developed and grew her own headwear company 'Sass & Halo'.
Being an Apprentice at one of the World's Biggest Accountancy Firms
Ella McCann discusses her apprenticeship for Deloitte on the Brightstart scheme. Having joined straight from school, she is enjoying the multitude of tasks she has to undertake and has lived in several locations since joining.
Be on the Graduate Programme of a Major International Bank
Katie Moore discusses her career progression to becoming a Product Manager for the Bank of Ireland.
Study for an HNC in Performing Arts at SERC
Pearce McFall gives us an insight into what it is like doing a HND performing Arts course at SERC.
Being a Chef
David Spence, chef at Hillstown Farm Shop, talks about how he helped grow the business and the benefits of working in the hospitality industry.
Setting Up a Careers Programme
Michelle Corkey, Principal of St. Ronan's College, Lurgan, explains how her school has developed its careers curriculum.
Benefits of Lifelong Learning
Learning doesn't stop when you leave school, fostering a lifelong learning culture is one of the most important skills for the 21st Century, especially as people are changing careers and jobs roles more frequently than ever before.
Developing Emotional Intelligence
Developing our Emotional Intelligence can help us to become effective team members and succeed in the classroom and beyond. Explore several techniques to sharpen your skills.
Doing an HLA Foundation Degree in Mechatronic Engineering
Taylor Trouton gives us a first hand account of what it is like doing a HLA in Mechatronic Engineering at SERC.
Owning your own Business in the Hospitality Sector
Cressida Canavan, owner of Movile Boutique Hostel, a family business, talks about her experiences of the hospitality industry
Ever wondered what it’s like being a Housekeeper and Receptionist at a boutique hostel? Let’s join Niamh to see what it takes!
Niamh, housekeeper and receptionist at Moville Boutique Hostel, gives an insight the skills needed to succeed in the hospitality industry
Social Awareness
The ability to understand the perspective of and empathise with others from diverse backgrounds and cultures is such a vital life skill. Students need to understand social and ethical norms for behaviour which will help them thrive in future social settings both in the workplace and everyday life.
Growth Mindset
Having talent will only get you so far, what individuals really need to succeed is a Growth Mindset. Developing a Growth Mindset through hard work, strategies and feedback from others, will take you much further in everything you do.
Social Skills
We use social skills everyday to interact and communicate with others. Mastering those abilities includes verbal and non-verbal communication, such as speech, gesture, facial expression and body language.
My Future Self
Students will consider how knowledge about their personal strengths, interests and aspirations relate to where they might fit in an organisation (e.g. entrepreneur, boss, team member, assistant) and in the world. They’ll learn about how this might change over time and understand the factors that influence it.
How to take calculated risks
If you want to be a successful entrepreneur, you need to become comfortable with the concept of risk. We delve into growth mindsets and risk analysis to understand how risk is essential for a successful business.
How to lead and influence others
As an aspiring entrepreneur, choosing whether you want to become a leader, an influencer, or both is important. This film teaches the importance of leadership in entrepreneurship and analyze ways to assert influence on others.
How to negotiate
Negotiation is part of our everyday lives. But it’s also a part of business. Entrepreneurs negotiate with all kinds of people and this film teaches some of those essential business skills.
How to Set Goals
To recognise the importance of setting goals in entrepreneurship and be able to set SMART goals that align with the overall entrepreneurial mission is essential for any successful business.
User Experience Designing with Andrea Caporale
Andrea Caporale explains how creating and designing user experience products is important in ensuring a user-friendly and good experience.
Technical Analysis with Jordan Cairns
Jordan Cairns of Alchemy Technical Services discusses his role as a Technical Analyst and how important being able to work together with people is in his role.
Amy Lowry and being a Technical Analyst
Amy Lowry of Alchemy Technical Services discusses her role as a Technical Analyst and what is required in her role.
Drone Pilot with Tony Carlin
One of the first Northern Irish people to have gotten his Drone Pilot license, Tony Carlin discusses his work and how he got into this field.
Freelance Creating with Tony Moore
Tony Moore discusses his work and skills as both a Graphic Designer and Sign Painter. He outlines what type of work he produces and the clients he interacts with.
Student Interview with Karen Quinn, Social Worker
With over 15 years law experience, Karen has moved into a Social Worker roll now and explains what is involved and the challenges and rewards she faces on a daily basis.
Interviewing Benjamin Donoghue, Games Designer and Creative Director
Game Designer and Creative Director, Benjamin, discusses his skills and career with a student as well as providing advice for students.
Ski Instructing with Josh Nimmins
Ski Instructor Josh Nimmins gives an insight into his job and passions of skiing and geography.
Entrepreneur and Business Owner, Ruth Callaghan
Ruth Callaghan, co-founder of UseLess Shop, gives an insight to running a zero waste and zero plastic shop.
Record Engineering and Producing with Caolán Austin
Caolán Austin gives an insight into the route he took to become a Recording Engineer and Producer, including some key aspects of the job.
Editing Sports' Stories with Cónán Doherty
Cónán Doherty discusses his work as Editor at SportsJOE and how he's progressed in his career to get to this point.
Studying Health Sciences at NWRC
Adam Meehan describes his time at the NWRC studying Health Science and his plans for the future.
How To Help Students Prepare For Interviews
How to prepare students prepare for job interviews with these easy steps.
What Is Critical Thinking?
Outlining why Critical Thinking is essential for all areas of modern life, what it means and why it is so important.
Teacher Podcast | Critical Thinking
We hear from an International Educator on how she gets her students to think critically and its importance.
How to Teach Creativity Skills
No longer reserved for the Arts, Creativity is an essential skill to master for any subject, this episode explains how Educators can explore Creativity within their classroom.
How to Teach Communication Skills
Helping you to get your students communicating effectively within the classroom and the world beyond.
Communication in the Workplace
Our ability to communicate effectively affects all aspects of our lives, here are industry experts outline why great communication makes you an ideal candidate for the modern workplace.
Understand Multiple Perspectives
Taking a step back and evaluating a situation from multiple perspectives grants you the ability to make an objective judgement, this animation provides examples on how to achieve this.
Be Open Minded
Being open to new ideas and experiences helps you think critically about the world around you.
How Divergent Thinking Can Help You Be Creative
Have you ever tried answering a question with more questions? That is divergent thinking in a nutshell and it can make you more creative.
Funnel Question Technique
The Funnel Question Technique can help teach what the best questions are to ask and when. This in turn can help you make you a better communicator and collaborator.
Recognising Patterns
Recognising patterns is instinctively in us and part of our daily lives. To harness it fully will help you to critically think better.
Effective Questioning
Teachers will learn some effective questioning techniques to use in the classroom including Open, indirect and probing questions
Failing Well
Understanding the benefits of deliberate practice. The more you code, and practice, the better you get.
Clean code
To understand the clean coding habit of simplicity: the KISS Principle and know how to apply it in the classroom
Mobile App Developer
A Mobile App Developer builds everything from a Fitness Tracker to a Banking App. Learn the soft and hard skills involved from an App Developer's own experience and why it's such an important job to consider a career in.
Ever wondered what it's like being a Technical Accounts Manager for a Global Tech Firm? Let's join Ciaran O’Connor to see what it takes!
Ciaran O'Connor talks about his passion for video gaming which has led to his role as a Technical Account Manager with a global tech firm
Ever wondered what it's like being an Art Director for a Global Tech Firm? Let's join Peet Lee to see what it takes!
Peet Lee who is Art Director at global technology firm Unity Technologies gives the inside track on how he made it up the career ladder and into his current role
Studying for a Level 3 Extended Diploma in IT
Ben Collins gives us a breakdown of the IT course on offer at the NWRC.
Studying for a Level 3 Diploma in Health Sciences
Matthew Rutherford discusses what it is like to study health studies at the North West Regional College.
Studying Level 2 Hair and Beauty
Interview with Tammy Leigh, a hair and beauty student at the NWRC.
Humans VS Automation
An insight into the importance of human skills.
Pathways: Financial Crime
PwC's Aoife Sheridan gives an insight to her role as Team Leader in Financial Crime.
Pathways: Student Recruitment
PwC's Hannah Jackson discusses her role working in Student Recruitment and gives an insight into PwC's recruitment process.
Pathways: Forensic Tech
Natalie Hartin, a Forensic Technician at PwC, explains her job and possible careers in the industry.
How to Teach Collaboration Skills
Outlining how Educators can introduce and integrate Collaboration throughout their teaching practice regardless of subject.
What is Creativity?
Creativity can fall under a myriad of genres and industries, but the key fundamentals are the same, this episode explains what being creative actually means.
Critical Thinking in the Workplace
With the information overload of the 21st Century it has never been more important to think and work critically, our experts discuss how they utilise this skill in their careers.
Giving and Receiving Feedback
Transforming theory into real world situations can make students better collaborators.
Understanding Body Language
Being able to read other people's body language makes working as a team more successful, this animated video explains how to achieve this.
How Having Good Social Skills Helps You Collaborate
Fostering good social and working relationships is essential to be an effective collaborator; this animation explains how to achieve this in a real world scenario.
Craft Clear Messages
How changing your language to suit the situation is paramount to crafting clear messages.
How Ideation Helps You Think Creatively
Following the process of ideation helps you think creatively about any situation and expand on any concept.
Micro Expressions
Micro expressions are the involuntary faces we make as an outward expression of an emotion. Learn how to read those expressions and what they mean for your next business meeting or high stakes card game.
Questioning Basic Assumptions
Questioning basic assumptions helps us to see things from multiple perspectives - first impressions aren't always correct!
Rebus Puzzles
Rebus puzzles are a great way to exercise your problem solving and to critical thinking skills. Try these rebus puzzles to level-up your approach to critical thinking.
The Elevator Problem
Are you a vertical thinker or a lateral one? Solve the Elevator Problem to find out.
Making Meaning
Learn to understand Good vs Bad coding, and how to break it up, and mean something.
Think Aloud
To understand what thinking aloud strategy is and how it can be used in technical coaching but in other disciplines
Introduction and Overview
The software industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in every country. Find out how a career in this industry all but guarantees a job for the future and how it isn't all about your ability to code.
Business Information Systems Security
We all have personal information on our devices that we don’t want others to see and data security breaches are on the rise. Companies employ Business information systems or BIS security professionals to take care of this. Understand what a BIS security professional is from a first hand account, find out the median salary, the different roles and what qualities employers will look for.
UX Product Designer
User Experience Designers must organise all the different factors that make a program, it's the seamless integration of Engineering, Marketing, Interface design and more; to create a total user experience that meets the exact needs of the customer.
Software Developer
Software Developers are the creative minds behind all computer software, from creating an app on your phone to self driving cars. None of todays technology would be possible without developers lovingly coding each line.
How to Recognize Opportunities
Entrepreneurs don’t see problems instead they recognize them as opportunities to solve the problem by creating a new business idea. We explore how, as an entrepreneur, you can see those opportunities in business and turn problems into success.
Strategic Development with Anita-Mai Goulding
With over 8 years experience in Experience Design and Content Management, Anita-Mai describes her journey into Strategic Management, providing useful tips and tricks to succeed within this industry.
Design Principles and Creativity with Nikki Hayes
With over 14 years experience in the Graphic Design industry, Nikki describes the design principles that allow her to be creative within a structured environment, providing clear and concise messaging.
Physical and Digital Designing with Karishma Kusurkar
With over a decade of design experience, Karishma Kusurkar talks to us about her multidisciplinary design techniques and principles.
Scott Rosborough, Technical Analyst
Scott Rosborough of Alchemy Technical Services discusses his role as a Technical Analyst, how he got to being in this role and the skills required on an every day basis to perform his job.
Project Management Officer by Olivia Skuce
Olivia Skuce of Alchemy Technical Services discusses being a Project Manager Office Analyst, what this role entails and the skills required.
Allan Halsall, UTV's Business Development Manager
With over seven years in Marketing, Allan Halsall of UTV discusses Business Development managing in the television industry.
Radio Producing and Presenting with Steven Rainey
BBC's Steven Rainey discusses being a Radio Presenter and Producer and what is required of this role to ensure effective messaging and communication to the listening audience.
Role of a Supervisor with Janean McCauley
With almost 5 years experience in the restaurant and hospitality industry, Janean McCauley discusses her career growth and her role now as a Supervisor at Northern Whig Bar and Restaurant.
Coordinating the Marketing and Sales Department at the Titanic Hotel
Louise Denvir discusses her career growth and role now as a Marketing and Sales Coordinator at the Titanic Hotel Belfast .
Critical Thinking as a Graduate at a Major International Bank
Claire Hills discusses the Graduate Programme at the Bank of Ireland and how having a Philosophy degree has developed her critical thinking and the ability to think in shades of grey.
Ever wondered what it’s like being a Drone Pilot for a software management company? Let’s join Ciaran McAllister to see what it takes!
Drone pilot Ciaran McAllister talks about the work he does at Plotbox, a software management company that uses digital technology to plot cemeteries.
Self Management
Self-management is a critical workplace and life skill. It is our ability to manage our behaviours, thoughts, and emotions in a conscious and productive way; find out real world examples of how it impacts our students' lives.
Social Skills
We use social skills everyday to interact and communicate with others. Mastering those abilities includes verbal and non-verbal communication, such as speech, gesture, facial expression and body language.
Benefits of Lifelong Learning
Learning doesn't stop when you leave school, fostering a lifelong learning culture is one of the most important skills for the 21st Century, especially as people are changing careers and jobs roles more frequently than ever before.
Growth Mindset
Having talent will only get you so far, what individuals really need to succeed is a Growth Mindset. Developing a Growth Mindset through hard work, strategies and feedback from others, will take you much further in everything you do.
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