Day: 14 March 2023
14 March, 2023
My Careers as a Scientist With Professor Nessa Carey, Scientist (academic and industrial) and Author
Monday 6th March KS3-5 / S1-6 Nessa’s path has been varied, showing that scientific expertise can find multiple outlets and opportunities. she left university where she was studying veterinary medicine and became a forensic scientist. Then studied a PhD before beginning a career in the industry. Watch this broadcast with Nessa and find out what it’s like to be a Scientist out of education and get a chance to as her any questions you may have about the industry.
A Career in Cinematography With Sophie Darlington, Wildlife Cinematographer
Monday 13th March KS3-5 / S1-6 Do you want to go into Media Production? Do you love photography or cinematography? Since 1991 Sophie has worked happily as a filmmaker and cinematographer specialising in natural history in remote locations throughout the world from 78 degrees South to 78 degrees North with a lot of Africa in between. Sophie won a BAFTA in 2016 and was accepted as a BAFTA member in 2018. Watch this recorded where we interview Sophie about her career and find out her top tips and career ticks.
Food for Thought Campaign With Alain Roux, British Michelin-starred chef, and chef-patron of The Waterside Inn
Friday 10th March KS3-5 / S1-6 The Roux family are well renowned in the hospitality sector. Speakers for Schools was delighted to welcome Alain Roux for a broadcast with a deep dive into the hospitality sector. Alain started his career journey in hospitality at 14 and we asked him questions about the training involved, what skills and atributes he’s picked up along the way. A broadcast not to be missed if you are a foodie!
The Great British Food Critic Competition – Winners Announced with Simon Rogan and Richard Vines
Thursday 9th March KS3-5 / S1-6 Think you’d be a great food critic? Want to work in hospitality?In the broadcast we hear from Chef Simon Rogan and Food Critic, Richard Vines, where we announce the winners and runner-ups of our national competition!! Well done to all that entered!
Celebrating International Womens Day with Baroness Martha Lane Fox, President, British Chambers of Commerce & Portfolio Chair & Entrepreneur
Wednesday 8th March KS3-5 / S1-6 Baroness Martha is an Entrepreneur with a very varied career, Martha is the founder and executive chair of Doteveryone.org.uk, a charity fighting for a fairer internet and building a movement for responsible technology. During this broadcast, Baroness Martha talks to us in celebration of womanhood by talking about her career and experience as a female Entrepreneur. Register now to hear this exciting broadcast.
Food for Thought Campaign – Marcus Wareing, Chef-Owner of the one-Michelin-starred restaurant Marcus & Judge on MasterChef: The Professionals
Monday 6th March KS3-5 / S1-6 We are very excited to present the recording of our broadcast with Celebrity Chef and Judge on Masterchef: The Professionals with Marcus Wareing. Marcus is one of the most high-profile and celebrated British Chefs. In this broadcast, we find out more about what it takes to have a career in the sector, and the routes in, and Marcus will share his top tips for young people who are considering a career in hospitality.
My Career as a Lawyer With Kathleen Harris, Partner, Arnold & Porter
Tuesday 7th March KS3-5 / S1-6 Kathleen answers questions about being a lawyer in this broadcast, she is co-chair of the firm’s Anti-Corruption practice where she represents companies and individuals in a wide range of industries. She is recognised internationally as a leader in her practice area. In The Legal 500 she is recognised as having a very keen intellect and is an accomplished litigator with extensive knowledge of and experience in matters involving internal and external investigations and prosecutions.
My Career as an Architect With Amanda Levete, Principal Architect, AL_A
Thursday 9th March KS4-5 / S4-6 Amanda Levete is a RIBA Stirling Prize winning architect and founder and principal of AL_A, an international award-winning design and architecture studio. Recent commissions include the expansion of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the remodeling of Galeries Lafayette Haussmann in Paris, a 1.5 million sq ft luxury shopping mall and hotel in Bangkok, among many more. Amanda talks about her career as an Architect and hidden job roles within this industry.
My Career in the NHS (NHS75) With Danny Mortimer CEO, NHS Employers
Monday 6th March KS3-5 / S1-6 Danny is the CEO of NHS Employers, which is the voice of employers across the NHS and leads work relating to pay and conditions as well as employment and development on behalf of the NHS. Danny gave insight into all the different unexpected careers that are available in the NHS and talks about his experience working for the NHS. Watch this broadcast and hear about careers in the NHS.