An interview is a performance. It is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your suitability for a role to a prospective employer. At this workshop, you will learn about common interview questions and tips to improve your chance of getting the job.
Are you looking for part time or casual employment Are you unsure of the best approach to looking for a job? This workshop will provide you with valuable tips to improve your job hunting techniques and help you gain employment.
Cover letters are an important part of your job application. A well written cover letter will greatly improve your chances of securing an interview and hopefully, a job! This workshop will discuss the do's and do not's of writing a cover letter.
A resume (or CV) is a marketing tool that describes your skills and experience to a prospective employer. This workshop will provide you valuable tips on the do's and do not's of resume writing and assist you to 'win' that job!
Career planning starts early. This workshop will prompt students to consider their work-life goals and how they can plan to achieve the career they want. You will learn how to set goals that are achievable and realistic!
This video discusses practice-led research for PhD and Masters students, with Josie Arnold, Dominique Hecq, Carolyn Beasley and Julian Novitz from the Department of Media and Communication, Faculty of Health Arts and Design.
Check out the highlights from the Transforming Learning Business Forum (held on 11th September 2018). We discussed the importance of evolving effectively to keep up with the rise of experiential technologies and the rapid workforce transformation. Speakers included Rowena Ulbrick from Swinburne Professional, and Dr. Sean Gallagher from the Centre for the New Workforce, Swinburne University of Technology.
Checkout the Highlights from the Design Thinking Business Forum (held on 05th September 2018). We partnered with The Design Factory Melbourne, to discuss the importance of Design Thinking and the effectiveness of adapting user-centred design compared to designer-centred design. Speakers included Rowena Ulbrick from Swinburne Professional, Tiina Tuulos and Aaron Down from The Design Factory Melbourne.
In this video Professor Matthew Bailes discusses the capabilities of Swinburne University's 'Green Machine', its newest supercomputer.Through the power of the Green Machine, Swinburne Astronomers have made exciting discoveries, like the diamond planet.
This infographic video is a step by step tutorial which shows students how to write up a professional industry standard resume.