Talent Attraction & Graduate Development

 

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Today’s students are tomorrow’s graduates starting out in their chosen career, possibly in your organisation. Our simulations and modular programmes are designed with three specific purposes in mind to assist you with graduate attraction and graduate induction:

Our simulations and modular programmes are designed with three specific purposes in mind to assist you with graduate attraction and graduate induction

1. Developing student employability & workplace skills
Our simulations support both university curricular courses and co-curricular activities to help students develop the employability skills so important when they reach the workplace.

2. Create Talent Attraction opportunities
We want to help you connect with the best graduate talent. As part of our mission to enhance student employability skills, we run the UK’s leading undergraduate business competition event – the Universities Business Challenge. The UBC provides talent attraction managers with the opportunity to promote their employer brand to the best and brightest participating students.

3. Fast-track graduate induction and development
Our simulations must be easy to incorporate in your graduate induction programmes and be effective in terms of desired learning outcomes and preferred workplace behaviours.

Understanding the transition from campus study to corporate workplace:

Our specialist area is an understanding the learning needs and preferred behaviours of graduates entering the workplace. Our simulations are developed by the Learning Dynamics authoring team together with leading employer partners and organisations who have an interest in workplace skills – and delivered by the Campus2Corporate team who specialise in the transition from student life to corporate workplace.

Learning experience & outcomes:
All our simulation modules and modular programme content are mapped against desired learning outcomes that leading employers are looking for. Independent research has demonstrated that students’ employability skills are enhanced through the use of simulations generally and our simulations specifically.

Feedback from both heads of graduate recruitment and programme participants is that our simulations are highly rated and provide the opportunity to engage, gain business and commercial acumen and an understanding of preferred workplace behaviours

Workshops and webinars:
To help understand how our simulations can be included in graduate induction programmes, we run one-on-one webinars to help graduate recruitment teams get the most out of our simulations. These are practical sessions lead by the programme design and delivery team. Please contact us as these can be arranged upon request.