Join Chris Webb and Helen Armitage from the Careers and Employability Service at Sheffield Hallam University for the first ever episode of The New Normal.
The podcast kicks off by exploring the recent ISE Coronavirus employer survey data with Tristram Hooley (Professor of Education at the University of Derby and Chief Research Officer for the ISE) and moves on to discuss the possible implications of Coronavirus for careers services and jobseekers from a social justice perspective.
Adventures in Career Development – Why a social justice informed approach to career guidance matters in the time of Coronavirus
ISE Podcast – Covid-19 challenges for student recruitment
Prospects Luminate – How are graduate employers adapting to the challenge of Covid-19?
Helen Armitage – A Senior Employability Adviser for the College of Social Sciences and Arts at Sheffield Hallam University. Helen leads on the Hallam Career Mentoring Scheme and primarily supports the department of Art and Design with in-curriculum careers delivery.
Chris Webb – An Employability Adviser at Sheffield Hallam University, Chris supports the Gradvantage programme for final year students and graduates, as well as collaborating with the College of Business, Technology and Engineering on in-curriculum careers delivery.
Tristram Hooley – Professor of Education at the University of Derby and Chief Research Officer for the Institute of Student Employers (ISE), Tristram writes, blogs and undertakes research on all things careers guidance.
If you are interested in any of the discussion points raised in this podcast or have suggestions for future podcast episodes or guest speakers, please contact Chris or Helen on LinkedIn!Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in