Presentation on theme: "Suzanne Payne – Graduate Employability Coordinator Natalie Tiu – Volunteer Coordinator Steph Hughes – Volunteer Supervisor Based in Student Activities."— Presentation transcript:
Suzanne Payne – Graduate Employability Coordinator Natalie Tiu – Volunteer Coordinator Steph Hughes – Volunteer Supervisor Based in Student Activities Office – above Essentials
Employers want more than a degree from you - by recording your skills and experience you can demonstrate how you stand out from the crowd
Have started working towards Kent Student Certificate in Volunteering award Be able to demonstrate employability skills that employers value Have attended training that can be recorded Be able to evidence all of this on your CV, application forms and at interview As a volunteer you will -
Bronze – 25 volunteering hours Silver – 50 volunteering hours, record 6 employability skills, complete a review Gold – achieved silver, 100 volunteering hours, 2 training sessions, online reflection Gold + - achieved gold plus additional 100 volunteering hours ( 200 in total) Platinum award – 15 credit module - attend stand out session for further information Kent Student Certificate in Volunteering (KSCV)
What can be logged as volunteering?
Browse volunteering opportunities Record volunteer and paid roles Log volunteering hours Record employability skills Record training Produce a skills record Book stand out training session The Employability and Volunteering Toolkit