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Digital guidance: future prospects, opportunities and pitfalls
Covid-19 has accelerated the shift to virtual learning and working environments, with careers services across the world transferring their delivery of guidance and careers education to online formats.

Whilst remote provision may be business as usual for some, for many practitioners this shift has been a sudden challenge, so this webinar will share good practice and tips to help you enhance your digital guidance practice now.

We will also look forward: is this a taste of the future or is this an extreme from which we will bounce back? We will explore what aspects of our current guidance delivery experience are likely to have lasting value and what we might want to mitigate or replace/combine with IRL experiences, when possible.

We will focus on the delivery formats of remotely delivered 1:1 guidance, live webinars and careers cafes, and the design of free-access careers education materials for asynchronous and independent engagement.

The webinar will be interactive with opportunities for peer-learning and encouragement from our shared professional journey in 2020.

Presenters - Liz Wilkinson and Laura Brammar - Senior Careers Consultants at The Careers Group University of London

Professional Standards Competency - Technology, Information and Resources

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Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania, Queensland, ACT - 19:00
South Australia, Northern Territory - 18:30
Western Australia - 17:00


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Jun 18, 2020 07:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Liz Wilkinson
Senior Careers Consultant @The Careers Group - University of London
Liz Wilkinson is a Senior Careers Consultant at The Careers Group (TCG, University of London. She has 30 years’ experience in employability, graduate recruitment and HE and currently specialises in digital employability, academic and postgraduate careers. Formerly Director of Careers and Employability at Royal Holloway for 15 years, Liz Wilkinson led a multidisciplinary team of 18 staff to empower 10,000 students to launch themselves into graduate careers. The quality of the Liz’s professional work has been recognised by an AGR national award for Best Preparation for Work in Higher Education in 2015 and two University Teaching Prizes for delivery of employability in the curriculum and use of technology in 2012 and 2015.
Laura Brammar
Senior Careers Consultant @The Careers Group - University of London
Laura Brammar has been a Senior Careers Consultant with The Careers Group (TCG), University of London since 2004 and is a regular trainer for the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS). In addition to her work as a Careers Consultant at range of institutions, such as University College London and King’s College London, Laura has provided professional development training and individual careers coaching to a range of organisations, such as the Institute of Cancer Research. Since 2012 Laura has worked entirely remotely as she is based in Cornwall, in the far South West of the UK, rather than London. Laura’s most recent work with TCG includes delivering remote 1:1 careers coaching (e.g. Skype), small group virtual coaching sessions and professional development webinars to University of London students based around the globe, work which was awarded the Roger Mills Prize for Innovation in Learning and Teaching in 2020.