Date: Wednesday 16 May 2018
Venue: Royal Aeronautical Society, No.4 Hamilton Place, London
Times: 14:00 – 17:00, followed by a networking reception.
About the event
Achieving a more inclusive workforce is seen as one of the top priorities for employers today while universities are investing heavily into student services and employability resources to help graduates succeed in a competitive market.
What measures are aerospace and aviation employers taking to increase the diversity of their workforce? What’s the business case, why should the industry be more inclusive? What recruitment and selection processes ensure people with the right skills from all backgrounds can successfully apply? What is the future for online application forms, aptitude tests, assessment centres and interview techniques? What impact will the new apprenticeship standards have on graduate recruitment and where is the skills gap?
This Royal Aeronautical Society’s special seminar will bring together perspectives and the latest updates from employers and universities to address these issues, including Rolls-Royce, Heathrow Airport and the University of the West of England, followed by discussion and a networking reception to share ideas and experiences.
Who Should Attend?
- HR representatives and recruiters for aerospace and aviation employers
- Training providers
- Careers advisors
- Apprenticeship advisors
- Academic staff
How to register
Please log on to the Royal Aeronautical Society website and follow the ‘Register Now’ link and select your delegate rate from those listed, including special rates for RAeS members and education employees.
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