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SEND Employment and Supported Internship Programme

31st October 2016

8th November 2016 2pm – 4pm Leatherhead Golf Club, send
Kingston Road, Leatherhead KT22 0EE.

Our aims:
– To provide information on how Supported Internships work
– To demonstrate how Supported Internships can have a positive
impact on those involved
– To explain what you can offer young people with Special
Educational Needs and Disabilities

For more information or to book a place contact:
Emily.Amoss@surreycc.gov.uk or Julia.Hoare@surreycc.gov.uk 

Kingston University- Services for Business Event

13th June 2016

kingston uniKingston University – services for business event

Monday 13 June 2016

Time: 5.30pm – 8.00pm Venue: Surrey County Hall Price: free Speaker(s): Various Book your space on this event

Our new Business and Enterprise Centre invites you to an evening of talks, discussion and networking. Kingston University is not just about our excellent teaching and research. With our expert knowledge and resources, we actively support industry and public sector organisations to help them innovate and grow. Hear about the ways in which your company could partner with us including:

  • Bespoke training and executive education
  • Research and academic consultancy
  • Student projects, placements and graduate recruitment
  • Hiring our facilities or specialist equipment

The programme will include:

  • Fulham Football Club

 

Steve Day, CEO of Fulham Football Club Foundation on an innovative partnership with Kingston which covers a range of initiatives across sport, health and wellbeing, science, business, research and education.

  • Places for People Leisure

 

Places for People Leisure is collaborating on a government-funded Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Kingston University and St George’s, University of London focusing on movement sensor technology and public health. Places for People is one of the largest property and leisure management development and regeneration companies in the UK. KTP is a three-way partnership between a University, a company and a recruited graduate.

  • Amey Plc

Leading infrastructure company Amey Plc has a longstanding collaborative partnership with Kingston University. A new agreement aims to help support and build a talented new workforce for Amey and create new employment and training opportunities for students and alumni.

Who’s it for?

This event is aimed at medium-large commercial or not-for-profit organisations who are interested in learning more about Kingston’s business services or collaboration opportunities. It would be of particular interest to senior training, development or HR staff; those involved with research; or any other senior decision makers.

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Register for this event

We look forward to meeting you whether you’ve worked with us in the past, or have never even considered approaching a university before!

If you have any questions, please contact us on enterprise@kingston.ac.uk or telephone 020 8417 3045.