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ISE Podcast

ISE Podcast

Learn and be inspired by industry leaders in student recruitment and development.

 

 

 

 

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12 - How are employers reacting to the current crisis?

Jill Coyle, Apprentice Programme Lead at Nestle, and Lindsey Rowe, Head of People and Programmes at SAP, explore how employers are reacting to the current crisis, the challenges faced, solutions reached and how different the autumn recruitment season could look.

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11 - How can universities improve employment outcomes for students?

As Bob Gilworth hands over the role of AGCAS President to Marc Lintern, hear what they think are the biggest challenges facing universities and careers functions, the long-term implications of Covid-19 and how universities and employers can enhance their working relationships to improve employment outcomes for students.

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10 - Is Covid-19 a threat to social mobility?

Darren Page (Severn Trent Water), Alan Stuart (University of Middlesex) and Tom Freeman (Sanctuary Graduates) discuss the impact the corona crisis is having on diverse students and how our industry needs to respond.

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09 - How long will it take for the graduate market to recover? 

Martin Birchall of High Fliers and the ISE’s Tristram Hooley discuss their latest research. Hear how employers are responding to the current crisis, what campus life could be like this autumn and their projections on jobs market for the next 18 months.

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08 - Insight into employer and university responses to Covid-19

James Darley, CEO of Transform Society, and Rob Fryer, Director of Student Life at Leicester, share their expert insights on the current crisis and how it could permanently reshape our industry.

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07 - Marketing and employer branding

Alison Heron of GSK and Tom Chesterton from Tonic discuss the big issues facing employer brand specialists.

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06 - Moving assessment centres online

Kate Croucher of FDM and Nick White of Fujitsu talk to CEO Stephen Isherwood about how to recruit students online.

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05 - COVID-19’s impact on student jobs

Labour market experts Duncan Brown, Senior Economist at Emsi UK, Jonathan Boys, Director of Evidence and Insight at the FISS, Charlie Ball, Head of Higher Education Intelligence and Tristram Hooley, ISE Chief Research Officer join ISE Chief Executive Stephen Isherwood to discuss how Covid-19 is affecting the student labour market.

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04 - Managing student recruitment in a crisis with Vanessa Soames and Bob Athwal

ISE board member Vanessa Soames and ISE fellow Bob Athwal talk to CEO Stephen Isherwood about how to manage in a crisis, with practical tips on dealing with a highly unusual situation.  

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03 -  COVID-19: Challenges for student recruitment with Tristram Hooley

ISE Chief Research Officer, Tristram Hooley and ISE CEO Stephen Isherwood discuss how COVID-19 is affecting the student recruitment industry.

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02 - Partnering on programme design with Deborah McCormack

Deborah McCormack, ISE Chair and Head of Early Talent at Pinsent Masons, talks to Stephen Isherwood about co-designing programmes with training providers, creating a new standard and diversifying an early talent pipeline through apprenticeships.

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01 - Partnering on Apprenticeship Strategy with Emma O'Dell

Emma O'Dell, Director of Client Capability at education provider BBP, talks to ISE CEO Stephen Isherwood about how to develop and future-proof a successful apprenticeship strategy with valuable advice on working with training partners, socialising programmes across the business and getting stakeholder buy-in.  

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