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What is Critical Thinking? (2 week workshop)

24 Apr 2018

This workshop explores what is meant by ‘critical thinking’ at university. It will examine definitions of critical thinking and introduce students to various thinking strategies.

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"Finding Focus"

24 Apr 2018 – 8 May 2018

Do you want to focus more and avoid less?

Do you want to develop skills that can help with common issues such as: procrastination, anxiety and keeping focus at university and in your life?

This workshop aims to help you stay focused and take a flexible approach to goals that matter to you.

We will cover:

  • identifying goals focused on what matters to you
  • Skills to help you do less avoiding and overthinking as you focus on your goal and move towards it
  • Skills to help you notice and take a flexible approach to what you are experiencing and be OK with this, e.g. feelings, thoughts, anxiety.

To register please click on: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CAPS_workshop_registrations_2018

12-1pm, room 2008, level 2, East Wing, Quadrangle Building, Map Ref E17.

Grammar Workshop: Verbs and Tenses

24 Apr 2018

Using verbs in writing can be intricate, but they convey subtle meanings to the reader. Come to this workshop to learn the messages conveyed by verb tenses - then surprise your readers with your precision.

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Seminar: Writing a Successful Resume and Cover Letter

24 Apr 2018
Starts: 24 Apr 2018 2:30 PM Finishes: 24 Apr 2018 4:00 PM Venue: Law Theatre G02 Remaining places: 73 Does your resume and cover letter need some updating? Would you like to learn how to tailor your job application, impress employers and get to the interview stage?

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Editing Strategies

26 Apr 2018

This workshop examines both broad and narrow - focused strategies for editing an assignment. Editing for meaning will be discussed as well as the ability to identify the most common grammatical mistakes and errors in punctuation. Students will be able to practise these skills so they can them apply them to their own work.

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UNSW Real Estate Society - Careers Panel Event

26 Apr 2018
Venue: Law Building Room 201 (Level 2)

Careers Panel Event

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Seminar: Navigating LinkedIn for Career Success

26 Apr 2018
Starts: 26 Apr 2018 1:00 PM Finishes: 26 Apr 2018 2:30 PM Venue: Mathews 227 Remaining places: 20 Do you want to know how to develop a compelling LinkedIn Profile? Would you like to learn the tips and tricks for using the tool effectively for networking and job searching?

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Writing a Literature Review

27 Apr 2018

This introductory workshop will examine the purpose of a literature review, possible approaches that may be taken when writing it and the different kinds of structures that can be used.

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Professional Development Program Info Session

27 Apr 2018
Starts: 27 Apr 2018 11:00 AM Finishes: 27 Apr 2018 12:00 PM Venue: Central Lecture Block 2 Remaining places: 57 The UNSW Professional Development Program for International Students is a workplace experience and professional skills program. Attend this session to find out more.

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Robert Bird Group: Graduate and Undergraduate Recruitment Evening May 2018

30 Apr 2018
Venue: Note that this is an invite only event and successful applicants will be notified closer to the event with further details

We are excited to be hosting our Graduate and Undergraduate Recruitment Evening May 2018

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