15
MAY
2012

Master Your Destiny in the Workplace Workshop 10th May 2012

ECL Event News 02/05/2012:

Master Your Destiny in the Workplace Workshop

We are happy to invite you to take part in the workshop “Master Your Destiny in the Workplace”, which is going to be run by Mr. Stephane Savoye (please find the poster attached). Stephane is running this workshop within his trademark programme “Attracting Happy Endings”, which has had very positive feedback from the participants.

The place of the workshop: Empire College London, second floor. Time: Thursday, 10th of May 2012, 10.00 – 15.00 (with 60 minutes break).

During the workshop, you will be shown how to:

1. MOTIVATE YOURSELF

2. BE ORGANISED AND MANAGE YOUR TIME

3. WRITE GOOD COVERING LETTERS

4. PREPARE YOURSELF FOR INTERVIEWS

5. ANSWER TRICKY QUESTIONS DURING INTERVIEWS

6. REASSESS YOUR NEEDS AND EXPECTATIONS

7. ASK FOR A PAYRAISE

8. TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR RIGHTS

9. BE SUCCESSFUL!

The workshop participation is free for ECL students.

The participation in the workshop will also be counted towards your course attendance.

The workshop will not take place until we know how many participants are planning to attend, so please send me the E-mail (andrei@empirecollegelondon.co.ukwith the confirmation of your attendance as soon as you finish reading this newsletter.

Do not miss the chance to get extra training, which can bring you some valuable knowledge on how to be successful in achieving your personal goals!

Empire College London is dedicated to providing students with the ideal platform to succeed within the college and beyond. Our caring and supportive environment will ensure that you will have an enjoyable and fulfilling time with us. All our courses are accredited by recognised awarding bodies which provide students with the opportunity to develop contemporary theoretical knowledge and practical skills in their chosen subjects. Empire College London offers you the opportunity to gain a qualification which will allow you to improve your job prospects, to progress onto further study within the college or to higher education Degree programmes at UK universities.