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Progression Scheme workshops

Upcoming events

Progression scheme workshops are online webinars. Webinars are delivered by our recruitment and outreach team and provide a fantastic opportunity to find out more about key areas and ask questions.

Webinars take place at either 16:00-17:00 or 19:30-20:30.

During or following this webinar, you will be given details of a follow up task to complete and return via the online at the end of the webpage. Following submission of the task through this online form, by the deadline, this will count as attendance at one of the two outreach workshops. You will then need to attend an open day or taster day as your second event for the 8 UCAS points as part of the progression scheme.

Webinars

September - December 2020

Personal Statements

15 October 2020 16:00 - 17:00

In this session, we'll discuss how to structure your personal statement and what you should include  - covering all your work, voluntary and personal experience. We'll also look at the UCAS application process, and recommend useful websites which you can use as part of your research.

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Personal Statements

15 October 2020 19:30 - 20:30

In this session, we'll discuss how to structure your personal statement and what you should include  - covering all your work, voluntary and personal experience. We'll also look at the UCAS application process, and recommend useful websites which you can use as part of your research.

Register

Picking the right university and course

20 October 2020 16:00 - 17:00

There are lots of degrees to choose from and plenty of places to study, which can make choosing the right university and course a difficult choice. This session will give you some great tips on how to make the right choices and get the most out of Open Days.

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Interview skills for health and social work for adult learners

03 November 2020 19:30 - 20:30

This session is for adult learners who've applied to a course that requires an interview - particularly health-related areas and social work. We'll cover how to prepare and present yourself, and there'll be a chance to hear from a current student about their own interview - gaining helpful advice from someone who's just been through the process.

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Interview skills for health and social work

05 November 2020 16:00 - 17:00

This session is for students who've applied to a course that requires an interview - particularly health-related areas and social work. We'll cover how to prepare and present yourself, and there'll be a chance to hear from a current student about their own interview - gaining helpful advice from someone who's just been through the process.

Register

Interview skills for health and social work

05 November 2020 19:30 - 20:30

This session is for students who've applied to a course that requires an interview - particularly health-related areas and social work. We'll cover how to prepare and present yourself, and there'll be a chance to hear from a current student about their own interview - gaining helpful advice from someone who's just been through the process.

Register

Interview skills

12 November 2020 16:00 - 17:00

This session is for students who've applied to a course that requires an interview, and we'll cover how to prepare and present yourself on the day.

Register

Interview skills

12 November 2020 19:30 - 20:30

This session is for students who've applied to a course that requires an interview, and we'll cover how to prepare and present yourself on the day.

Register

Interview skills for health and social work

26 November 2020 16:00 - 17:00

This session is for students who've applied to a course that requires an interview - particularly health-related areas and social work. We'll cover how to prepare and present yourself, and there'll be a chance to hear from a current student about their own interview - gaining helpful advice from someone who's just been through the process.

Register

Interview skills for health and social work

26 November 2020 19:30 - 20:30

This session is for students who've applied to a course that requires an interview - particularly health-related areas and social work. We'll cover how to prepare and present yourself, and there'll be a chance to hear from a current student about their own interview - gaining helpful advice from someone who's just been through the process.

Register

You must complete and submit your progression scheme workshop task within one week of the start time of your webinar, in order for this workshop to count as one of your two events for the progression scheme.

Any questions about the progression scheme workshops or the follow up task?

Contact Emma Thomason, UK/EU Recruitment Officer

  • 01274 232001
  • progressionscheme@bradford.ac.uk
Emma Thomason, UK/EU Recruitment Officer at the University of Bradford