London Citizen Journalism Competition

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“The London Learning Consortium believe that encouraging future citizen journalists is vitally important, especially within the diverse populations of the capital. To celebrate and support the development of citizen journalism in London, The Media Society and London Learning Consortium have launched a competition called  London Voices. The competition aims to encourage Londoners to give citizen journalism a go – written words, audio or video articles, photos or online.

Entry is free and everyone who registers for the competition will also get a free Media Interviewing course worth £50. All London-based aspiring citizen journalists are encouraged to register and enter, regardless of previous experience. Winners will get awards of up to £2,000, and have the chance to meet a range of media and journalism professionals.”

The competition is open until 22 May 2017.  More details and to enter

About CIMA + graduate finance jobs

About CIMA Webinarcima_may17
19 May 2017 – 1:00-2:00pm
Book your free place

An introduction to CIMA giving you the chance to find out more about the qualifications.  Find out:

• about the CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting and the Professional Qualification
• about becoming a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) with CIMA
• if you will be eligible for any exam exemptions
• about the different study options available
• what career opportunities a CIMA qualification can lead to and the types of companies you could work in
• the earning potential for CIMA members and students

New Graduate opportunities:

  • Thales – Graduate Finance and Accounting
  • Auto trader – Finance graduate
  • Bakkavor – Finance Graduate
  • Veolia – Finance Graduate Scheme
  • Premier Foods – Graduate Programme – Finance
  • University of Lincoln – Finance Graduate Trainee
  • AO – Graduate Commercial Finance Analyst

Bilingual/multilingual?

Customer Service and Call Centre Virtual Recruitment Fair
Date: 25 May 2017
Location: Online at http://www.virtualcareerdays.com/en/CSCALL17

Are you Bilingual/Multilingual and passionate about Call Centre/Customer Service orhandholdingkey have experience within this industry? If yes, then don’t miss our Call Centre and Customer Service Virtual Recruitment Fair.

The Fair is solely focused on giving professionals with Customer Service and Call Centre experience the opportunity to search and apply for various opportunities offered throughout Europe.  So, if you have Customer Service and/or Call Centre experience and are interested in finding a  job in Europe that meets your skills, this is a ‘must-see’ event!!

Why should you attend?

  • Complete a career test where your skills will be best matched Customer Service/ Call Centre jobs with the companies exhibiting to save time and energy while looking for a job
  • Leave your CV with HR professionals – It is essential that you have your CV up to date as you can leave your CV online as well as contact details with the HR Professionals on the exhibitor’s virtual stand.
  • Many companies will have advice on how to apply for their roles, information about the interview process and all other aspects, to help you find your perfect job.
  • You will be able to have live chats with leading employers as well as Recruitment Agencies.
  • Download application forms if required, or watch videos uploaded from recruiters

To avoid disappointment and delays, register for the virtual fair and then log back in on 25 May to participate.

Symposium on Sport and Diplomacy: Looking Towards Tokyo 2020

A SOAS Japan Research Centre Centenary Symposium Co-organised by the Japan Foundation and the Japan Sport Council

Date: Monday 15 May 2017
Time: 17:30- (19:45 Drinks reception)
Venue: SOAS Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre, Thornhaugh St. London WC1H 0XG

Keynote Speakers:

  • Dr J Simon Rofe, SOAS University of London “Sports and Diplomacy – an introduction”
  • Dr Helen Macnaughtan, Chair, SOAS Japan Research Centre “From Tokyo 1964 to Tokyo 2020 – an overview of Sporting Events in Japan”
  • Tetsuya Kimura, Director-General, Japan Sports Agency “Sport for Tomorrow: the Power of Sport from Japan beyond 2020”

Japan is due to host The Rugby World Cup 2019 and The Summer Olympics, Tokyo 2020.

The build up to these events provides an opportunity to reflect on the past, present and future role of sport as an opportunity for diplomacy.

This symposium focuses on mega-sporting events as a public diplomatic platform, and how it creates legacies for global community.  The symposium is followed by a drinks reception for a relaxed opportunity to network.

We would be delighted if you could attend this symposium.  For the programme and registration, please visit https://www.soas.ac.uk/jrc/events/15may2017-sport-and-diplomacy-looking-towards-tokyo-2020.html

This event is supported by JSPS.

How to succeed in the global workplace

About to start work or an early career professional? Then you may have some flags_buttonquestions… this course – with employer videos, articles, discussions, quizzes and tips – aims to guide you through the first few weeks and months so that you can make a positive start to your career!

Online from 8 May 2017 at www.futurelearn.com/courses/global-workplace – just three hours a week over four weeks.

Raindance Taster Day

Saturday 13 May 2017, 11:00-17:00

Learn more about the different film-making disciplines and crafts through sample lectures and workshops delivered by film professionals over the day.

Try out a taster session including directing, screenwriting and producing, along with sessions on breaking into the film industry.  End the day at networking drinks where you can talk to tutors and other attendees over a free drink.  BOOK YOUR PLACE