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Business Training opportunity for Science and Life Science Students

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Date posted: May 17, 2012

Understanding Commerical Organisations:

The Centre for Entrepreneurship is running a one day workshop for undergraduate students from the Science and Life Sciences faculties to help students build their business knowledge, skills.  It is   aimed at Part 2 students who will be going out on 12 month industry placements next academic session and at Final Year students who are moving in to or looking to move in to science-based industries on graduation.

Workshop aim: To build your transferable exployment capabilities

Where and When: Wednesday 20th June, 9.30 am – 4.30 pm.  Hopkins Building Room 101.  Lunch included

Workshop content:

  • what commercial organisations do
  • what their purpose is
  • how they do it
  • what managers do
  • how managers create future business spaces
  • utilising internal and external resources for innovation
  • team working
  • designing

Course leaders: Professor Andrew Godley and Mr Keith Heron, Centre for Entrepreneurship, Henley Business School

How to apply: Please email Sam Gray at sam.gray@reading.ac.uk indicating:

  • Your name, programme and year of study
  • Your placement or desired employment destination
  • Why you are interested in attending the workshop

Deadline for applications: Friday 1st June 2012

 


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