Navigating the Graduate Recruitment Landscape: Current Trends, Best Practices, and Future Insights

In anticipation of the upcoming National Graduate Week, join us for this immersive, graduate-centric webinar where we will explore and dive deep into the:

  • Latest developments in the graduate space

  • Best practices

  • Valuable insights pertaining to the ever-evolving landscape of graduate recruitment

  • Heather Beattie - CareermapTV Host

    Careermap Media Group specialise in connecting graduates with employment opportunities that align with their skills, ambitions, and aspirations. Our innovative attraction platforms include the powerhouses that are National Graduate Week, National Apprenticeship Week LIVE and National Intern Week, all of which work to connect graduates to a diverse array of positions across industries. Through personalized guidance, insightful resources, and tailored support, we empower graduates to embark on a journey of growth and success.

  • Mark Cameron - OBE, CEO The 5% Club

    Leading and directing the growth of The 5% Club, a unique skills charity established in 2013 whose purpose is to "inspire positive employer action for increased, inclusive and accessible workplace learning opportunities for all". The 5% Club campaigns for government policy that supports the skills ecosystem and employer workplace learning schemes (apprenticeships, graduate schemes and sponsored students) and works with Members to assist and deepen their policy awareness and aid the development of their programmes.

  • Martin Birchall - MD of High Fliers (partner on The 5% Club Employer Audit and Times Top 100 Graduate Employers)

    High Fliers has, for the last 30 years, been at the forefront of graduate recruitment research at the UK’s leading universities. Their extensive research is also used to compile The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers - the Careers directory that showcases Britain’s most sought-after and prestigious graduate employers. High Fliers is also the research team behind the Department for Education's Top 100 Apprentice Employers and Top 50 SME Apprentice Employers.

  • Sean Bailey - Early Careers Recruitment Specialist, CGI

    Sean Bailey is an accomplished Early Careers Recruitment Specialist, currently responsible for all aspects of graduate, intern and apprenticeship acquisition at CGI; one of the largest IT and business consulting services firms in the world. With a wealth of experience in the early careers space, Sean's work has earned him a reputation as an expert in the field - recognised as as a confident influencer who fosters diversity and empowers individuals to reach their potential, he is a true thought leader in the space and sought out to guide business leaders who are facing their own early talent challenges.

  • Kate Jansen, FCIPD, Director of Organisation Development & Learning for Willmott Dixon Ltd.

    Kate has been with Willmott Dixon for over 18 years, always in a people focused role, developing and protecting the culture that evolves from the deeply laid roots of the company’s family values. In her latest role, Kate is responsible for developing a learning environment that supports technical advancements and modern leadership methods, developing talent and succession for the future. In 2022, Kate led the campaign that awarded Willmott Dixon as the ‘Best Large Company’ to work for in the UK, and introduced the Willmott Dixon University. Kate has a passion for early careers and women in construction, both of which she leads as an Industry advocate and mentor.

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