Swivel Careers offers a range of ‘Work-ready’ workshops that highlight the practical skills needed to launch into the workforce. Delivered by recruiters and experts in the field, participants are given a step by step understanding of the recruitment and employment process.
Swivel Careers aims to work closely with Institutes of Technology, Polytechnics or other education focused partners to prepare young jobseekers, by recognising and developing their practical job-seeking skills and building their personal and professional strengths to make them more employment-ready.
Our workshops will guide students to develop self-awareness, provide job search strategies and insight into employment opportunities. The intention of our ‘Work Ready’ courses is to build confidence and address the information gap between study and attaining employment and financial independence.
Knowledge / Building foundations:
Digital Imprint – How I am Perceived & Your Online Brand
Pathways / Finding your potential:
1:1 Career Coaching
Skills / Action:
CV & cover Letter writing
Workplace Expectation and Etiquette
How to Nail that Interview/Speed Interviewing
I am so grateful for the opportunity of having received coaching sessions from Swivel Careers as they are supportive, empowering and have helped me confidently map out a clear career path whilst still pushing me in the right direction towards having a successful career.
The main difference between Swivel and previous careers sessions was that the Swivel session was based on real-world recruitment techniques, and dealt with how careers and recruitment will actually work in the future.
No matter what stage of life you are in, whether you are a working professional or a student their comprehensive and precise analysis of your personality and goals will help you just as it helped me. I personally was shocked at the amount of information Swivel managed to provide for me and how successful they were in aiding my search for a career path that suited me best.
We talked about how dynamic the work was from day to day, different types of civil engineering and I actually got to visit some of the sites they’re working on. It’s definitely made me more confident in choosing civil engineering as a career and encouraged me to look at gaining work experience early on in my degree