Tag: Age KS6
4 March, 2021
Patrick Nyarumbu – Director of Strategy, People and Partnerships at Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Patrick Nyarumbu 01/03/21 KS4-5/S4-6 Hear from Patrick Nyarumbu, Executive Director of Strategy, People & Partnerships at Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust. As part of our Experience Nursing series, Patrick shares career insights as well as the skills and qualities needed for a career in nursing.
3 March, 2021
Nick Ross – Broadcaster and Former Crimewatch Presenter
Nick Ross 01/03/21 KS 4-5/S4-6 Nick Ross speaks about his career journey and crime. Nick is known as being one of Britain’s most trusted broadcasters and is now a writer, non-executive director, conference moderator and campaigner for community safety and evidence-based public policy. He became a household name in the UK launching breakfast TV, Watchdog and Crimewatch. He has written and directed award-winning documentaries. He retired from full-time broadcasting in 2010 to focus on conferences and voluntary work but still contributes to radio and TV.
Pavita Cooper, Founder of More Difference
Pavita Cooper 02/03/21 KS4-5/S4-6 Pavita Cooper, founder of More Difference (a talent and career insight business), speaks about her career journey and gives insightful tips around confidence. Pavita is recognised as a leading talent and diversity expert, with over 25 years’ experience as an executive talent leader across a range of multi-sector global blue-chip organisations, including Shell, Barclays and Lloyds Banking Group. Pavita has acted as an advisor to CEOs, executive teams and business leaders across sectors that include financial services, energy, consumer, professional services and luxury goods.
1 March, 2021
Colonel Russell Lewis and Captain Polly Marsh – Royal Academy Sandhurst
Colonel Russell Lewis and Captain Polly March 22/02/21 KS4-5/S4-6 In this virtual talk, Lieutenant Colonel Russell Lewis, Head of Youth Engagement at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst discusses the six styles of leadership. He is joined by Youth Engagement Officer, Captain Polly Marsh.
Jean-Patrick Cheylan – Head of Entertainment Partnerships, Europe, Twitter
Jean-Patrick Cheylan 10/02/21 KS4-5/S4-6 Jean-Patrick Cheylan is in charge of supporting the leading European entertainment content creators to grow and monetize their audience on Twitter. He leads a 5 people team based in London, Madrid and Paris, which covers partnerships across TV, cinema, music, fashion, lifestyle, food. Jean-Patrick shares insights into his career journey and where to gain relevant work experience. He also provides advice on how we can develop our resilience.
Emma Wadey, Head of Mental Health Nursing
Emma Wadey 24/02/21 KS4-5/S4-6 Emma Wadey, Head of Mental Health Nursing for NHS England and NHS Improvement, shares insights into the role of a mental health nurse and answers questions about a career in nursing. Emma has over 20 years’ experience across a wide range of health, emergency care and criminal justice settings. Maintaining clinical practice throughout her career has always been a priority and Emma continues to work as a consultant nurse in a local psychiatric liaison service.
16 February, 2021
Branko Bjelobaba, Finance and Engaging in Democracy Speaker
Branko Bjelobaba 02/02/21 KS4-5/S4-6 Hear from Branko Bjelobaba, Finance and Engaging in Democracy Speaker. Branko provides an honest approach as to what makes a difference in terms of presenting yourself and how success can follow failure. Branko has spoken at many schools and delivered our first live virtual event and speaks passionately about the UK financial services sector and also how young people can engage with democracy.