4 day course spread over 3 months delivered by Skills 4
The next training dates are:
Location: Bechtel Ltd, London - Starting 28 June 2017
Day 1 Wednesday 28 June 2017
Day 2 Wednesday 19 July 2017
Day 3 Thursday 10 August 2017 & Friday 11 August 2017 (delegates will attend one of these dates, to be agreed with the trainer)
Day 4 Wednesday 13 September 2017
Location: Siemens, Manchester - Starting 28 September 2017
Day 1 Thursday 28 September 2017 - Confident Communication
Day 2 Wednesday 25 October 2017 - Authentic You
Day 3 Tuesday 7 November 2017 - Presentations
Day 4 Wednesday 8 November 2017 - Future Focused
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest for future courses.
About the course
The Skills 4 Award Winning career development programme is available as an open programme through WISE. Delivered over a three-month period the programme equips participants with the tools and confidence to showcase and achieve their potential.
4 days spread over 3 months delivered by Skills 4, providing support, guidance and coaching to women in STEM at any stage of their career, looking to move to the next level.
By the final day of the programme: 97% of participants have a more proactive approach to their career progression; 88% report higher-levels of confidence and self-belief and 58% of participants had already taken on more responsibility or an new role before the completion of the programme.
Find out about WISE membership (WISE members receive a discount)
Contact WISE to register your interest in this courseCase Study: Atkins Returners
Skills 4 is a leading provider of gender diversity programmes specialising in the advanced manufacturing and engineering sector. Established in 2006 they have worked with 60 + companies and 3000 + men and women delivering a range of business-focussed training and one-to-one interventions.
“Our work is diverse, our client base is diverse and therefore we need diversity in our employee base, including a good balance of gender. I think the Skills 4 Career Development Programme for Women has had better feedback than any programme we have previously run.” Sue Cooper, UK HR Director, Atkins