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A must-attend webinar for anyone working in higher education and looking to develop career and future-ready graduates.

With employability and career readiness initiatives maintaining their position close to the top of strategic priority lists in universities across the globe, we expect this webinar will be hugely popular with a wide range of higher education stakeholders. Here are three reasons why we expect this event will top the attendance charts when it comes to our ever-popular (and always insightful) PebblePad webinar programme.

Reason 1 - Data-led

Informed by survey data (Jan 2022) from more than 750 UK university students

University of Edinburgh - expert panel

An expert panel - The University of Edinburgh already confirmed (and more to follow)

Access to the report - career readiness

All registrants will have access to the comprehensive Career-Readiness Report

About the webinar

We'll be broadcasting the webinar at 3:00 pm on Thursday, March 3rd (GMT). All registrants who can't make the live broadcast will have the opportunity to watch the webinar on-demand. The webinar content will combine data insight from the student survey, coupled with expert commentary on the insights from panellists from some of the UK's leading universities. Here is the sneakiest of sneak previews of some of the data we'll be exploring, dissecting and discussing on the day. 

Career readiness stat 1

The percentage of undergraduate students who feel their university fails to support the development of workplace skills

Career readiness stat 3

First year undergraduate students are not confident they know the critical skills they need to develop for success in the workplace

Career readines stat 2

The percentage of university students who believe they need help in successfully compiling and showcasing evidence of their skills

Who should attend?

While the webinar will, of course, be relevant to those working in careers in a university setting, it will also be an 'idea-sparker' for just about any higher education practitioner (including senior stakeholders) looking to explore and discuss the above stats (and many more) in relation to their own practices and ambitions. The webinar subject matter will undoubtedly resonate with anyone responsible for or supporting initiatives focused on student recruitment, retention and developing the whole learner in readiness for success beyond graduation.

This event has already taken place. The on-demand webinar recording is available now.