Workshops & Seminars
Readygrad has developed a range of seminars and workshops to help students be better prepared for the job market and professional business environment. The interactive content has been developed by drawing on our expertise in graduate recruitment and development, professional services and employability training, and our direct connection with more than 4,000 companies. Incorporating up-to-date industry insight from an employer perspective, the Readygrad series of seminars and workshops are designed to complement technical training and support the transition from student life to the workplace.
Employability seminars and workshops can be delivered standalone or part of a series and are designed to enhance your existing employability strategies.
Readygrad’s Workshop and Seminar list
Job Search Preparation Series
- Professional Resume Preparation
- Interview Preparation
- Building Rapport and Personal Pitch
- Maximise LinkedIn Opportunities
- Understanding the Job Search Process
- Mock Interview Sessions
Professional Business Communication
- Communication Techniques and Emerging Trends
- Effective Communication Techniques in Meetings
- Networking and Professional Interaction
- Presenting with Influence
Critical Employability Skills
- The Australian Professional Workplace
- Building Resilience and Receiving Feedback
- Relating and Functioning in a Group/Team
- Project Management and Research Skills
Customised workshops and delivery methods are available.
Find out more about our workshops and seminars including content and learning outcomes by chatting to our partnerships team.
The consultants at Readygrad are really professional and engage very well with the students. They have an excellent knowledge of recruitment practices and many of our students have commented that the seminars have really made a difference in the way they approach their career preparation.
Careers Development Manager, Charles Sturt University Study Centres
Discover how a Readygrad partnership can help enhance your graduate employability strategy.