Future Skills Week is being run by Ulster University and features a fantastic program of virtual events designed for students to help build their careers and employability skills.

The event features a huge number of guest speakers and industry experts who have put together specific skills development workshops.

Future Skills Week will offer something for all Ulster University students and graduates including access to information and advice as well as support for finding internship, placement and graduate opportunities.

Future Skills Week by Ulster University

Our friends at BlueSky Video Marketing are part of the event and will be delivering 2 interactive workshops on how to build your own video CV.

If you want to know why a video CV is a good idea then take a look at the video

Build your own video CV at Future Skills Week

Build your own video CV with BlueSky Video Marketing at Future Skills Week from Ulster University

Here are some of the other events that are taking place as part of Future Skills Week:

Monday 24th May:

The Resilience Project: Looking after your mental health

Tuesday 25th May:

Create your own Video CV

Wednesday 26th May:

Developing your business idea into reality

Thursday 27th May:

Northern Ireland Women’s Football Team – The Euros 2022: A New Dream

Friday 28th May:

David Meade: Unlock Your Future

This is a very small selection of the events on offer during Future Skills Week – to find out the full schedule take a look on the Ulster University website for the event.

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About the author:

Peter Craven is the Founder of The Future of Marketing and Bluesky Video Marketing.

He established BlueSky Video Marketing in June 2017 having spent 20 years in global marketing roles.

Peter is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, a volunteer with Young Enterprise Northern Ireland, an avid Manchester United fan (it’s been a tough few years) and a man who stubbornly refuses to accept that he’s rubbish at golf and keeps trying anyway.

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