Free Leadership Course

Santander

 

 

Free residential leadership programme for students with disabilities sponsored by Santander: 4-6 November Please see below an exciting opportunity for students with disabilities, from Common Purpose www.commonpurpose.org<http://www.commonpurpose.org/>. If you have any questions, please get in contact Jan Krtik by email at Jan.Krtik@commonpurpose.org<mailto:Jan.Krtik@commonpurpose.org> or telephone at 020 7608 8133.

 Frontrunner for Disabled Students<http://www.commonpurpose.org/local-courses/frontrunner-for-disabled-students> is a three day leadership and employability programme sponsored by Santander. Over 400 students from 100 universities across the UK have now attended the Frontrunner for disabled students programme. This is a free residential programme with the next course taking place in Nottingham from 4-6 November.

 Frontrunner explores leadership by taking students behind the scenes of a city to find out how it works. Visit an incredible range of organisations and their leaders across different sectors (many of whom will be potential employers), explore local issues, how leaders are tackling them and the value of diversity in the workplace. Our long-standing relationships with these organisations ensure the experience is authentic; and the networks formed will be long lasting and directly beneficial to transition into work after university.

 This is a 3 day residential course which includes free accommodation, travel during the course and food. The next course will be taking place from 4-6 November in Nottingham and I have attached the flyer. To apply, please fill in an application form online<http://www.commonpurpose.org/local-courses/frontrunner-for-disabled-students/applicationform>. The deadline for applications is 29 September, 2014.

 

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