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FREE Breakfast / Digital Marketing Seminar on Wednesday 4th March at the University of Chester, Thornton Science Park
This event will provide an overview into digital marketing for start-ups and SME’s. Paul will be discussing how an organisation can creative an effective digital marketing strategy to turn first time visitors into leads and eventually, brand advocates!
This seminar will equip you with a good understanding of how to market your organisation online, how Google see’s your organisation and how the content you create can help generate a return.
In addition to the seminar free (20 minute) one-to-one Digital Landscape sessions are available. Please specify if you require one when booking.
Interactive learning about Climate Change: An afternoon of lively activities for Year 9 pupils.
This is another opportunity to see the new First World War: Returning Home exhibition and the permanent collection of curiosities from the world of medicine, nursing, midwifery and social work.
David Petts (Durham).
Research Seminar hosted by the Department of History & Archaeology on the main University campus.
Live acts perform Lion Dance, Contortion, Flying Dagger, Martial Arts and many more!
Annual Haygarth Lecture
Dame Carol Black
FREE Breakfast / Marketing Workshop - The Fundamentals on Wednesday 11th March at the University of Chester, Thornton Science Park
Marketing is an essential business tool and this event will provide an invaluable overview of the fundamentals of marketing that will help you deliver focused and effective campaigns to support growth. Subjects that will be covered include:
11th March 2015 FRED are running a conference from 1pm - 5pm entitled '19th Century Legal Perspectives: Inequality and Prejudice' to be held in Westminster Building, University of Chester, Chester CH1 4BJ.
Renowned space scientist, Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE gives a keynote lecture explaining why she became a scientist, how she became a scientist and, most importantly, what she does as a scientist.
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'Organised Persuasive Communication and Contemporary Propaganda in the UK' - Dr Piers Robinson (Senior Lecturer, Politics, University of Manchester)
Truus Huisman, the Acting Vice-President Global Sustainability Strategy and External Advocacy at Unilever will be welcomed by the the International Centre for Corporate and Public Affairs Research (ICCPAR) at the University of Chester to deliver its Annual Westminster Keynote Lecture.
Professorial Inaugural Lecture
Professor Andrew Lawrence, Associate Dean of Biological Sciences
FREE Breakfast / Employment Law & Apprenticeships Seminar on Wednesday 18th March at the University of Chester Thornton Science Park
Tom Evans from DTM Legal will provide you with an essential overview of Employment Law and HR as well as covering the top 5 misconceptions in these areas. You will discover the importance of terms of employment and policies and procedures; gain vital knowledge about employment status; an overview of principal employment claims and remedies as well as useful information about apprenticeships.
Following this, Peter Finney from Cogent Skills will present A Scientific Approach to New Talent. During the presentation Peter will be discussing co-investment in training and support for businesses, including a revolutionary new approach to vocational training.
SMART Apprenticeships put employers in control of the training and are designed around the job role, ensuring that the training meets the business requirements -employers decide what training is the best to invest in and define what makes an apprentice competent.
Dr. Christopher Hull with Dr. James Kent ‘Comedy of Errors’: Graham Greene’s visit to Santiago de Cuba (Nov. 1957) 'An island of pleasure gone adrift’: The Foreign Photographer and the Revolutionary Moment (1959-1963)
This Open Evening, hosted by our Faculty of Education and Children's Services, is designed for qualified teachers who would like to develop their knowledge and career through Continuing Professional Development courses, Masters level study and Research degrees.
Our Initial Teacher Education Open Evenings will help you plan your next steps to becoming a teacher.
The University of Chester is proud to work in partnership with schools and their alliances in the delivery of School Direct PGCE routes. On Wednesday 25th March, the Silk Alliance will be holding an event to enable you to find out more about the opportunities for studying on their School Direct Secondary courses.
The purpose of the public lecture series is to demonstrate the importance and strength of local partnership in our areas of teaching and research at the Campus - Business, Media, Sport and Public Service.
On 27 March 2015 the Tsar of Public Health is coming to town, Director for Health Protection and Medical Director Public Health England, Professor Paul Cosford will be giving a masterclass to MPH students on Ebola, and you are warmly invited to attend.