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Connectors, connecting and connected? Making a difference

Thu 14th Oct, 7:00 for 7:30pm

Bournemouth University, Talbot Campus (Poole), Poole House, Room 401 (Map)

Synopsis of Presentation

The talk will explore the roles people play in networking, the value in being able to make connections between people, projects and sectors, and benefits of keeping in touch and connected with knowledge bases.

Your take away points from the evening will be an understanding of why you should never leave your knowledge behind, that by changing sectors or jobs you add value to your new role in ways you may never have thought of. You will leave feeling more confident about making use of your whole knowledge and experience and be able to use it to manage your career whether you are at the beginning or many years in.

Speaker - Jan Peters PhD FRSA MWES MBCS

Jan Peters has championed women's participation in science and technology since a postgraduate at the University of Southampton. She has undertaken contract research, worked in the private sector and was a knowledge transfer specialist for one of the UK Research Councils. She ran the SET for Women Unit in the UK government in 1999, and was a founding member of the European Commission's Helsinki Group, as the UK National Expert on women in science. She also worked for the UK national academy of science, the Royal Society before setting up her own consultancy business. Current clients include AEA Technology and the National Oceanography Centre.

Jan has been associated with a number of high profile reports on women in Science Engineering and Technology. Recent work includes programme lead for the British Computer Society UK women in IT. Managing career breaks and talent management and guidebooks are now available on the BCS website

Like all our events this event is free.

Our Aims

  • Advancing IT science and practice
  • Bringing out the excitement of IT
  • Introducing IT to all

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Our Scope

  • Private and public sector
  • Career professionals
  • IT/Computing Students
  • Industry and commerce
  • Service industry
  • Manufacturing
  • Health provision
  • Law enforcement
  • Defence
  • Government
  • …Everything and everyone

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