Monday, 13 June 2016

TRC Careers HE Advice Evening

 HE Advice Evening

Thursday 16 June 2016

The TRC Careers HE Advice Evening is taking place in college on Thursday 16 June 2016 from 4.30pm to 6.30pm.  This has been organised by the college Career staff to provide advice to you and your parents/carers on options after college.  There will be an exhibition in the courtyard, with stands from TRC Careers and work placement staff,  local universities, local colleges, Gap year organisations, Year in Industry and former TRC students. Talks are also being held in the college Drama Studio, Lecture theatre, Lower LRC and M039, M136 and M137 on Gap year, Finance, Personal Statement, Why go to university?, Planning your career and TRC Support.

Come and take a look at the display in the LRC, to see some of the resources available in the Careers Library.  If you require further assistance in finding careers resources please see the Careers Librarian, Mandy Barker.  Further information and resources can be accessed on the Careers Moodle page.

 

Please see a member of Careers staff, Cerise Walters, Jill Valentine or Kevin Lennox based in Student Services if you need further careers advice or information.  Appointments to see any of them can be made at the main desk in Student Services.

 

 

 

Quote of the Week

Exams and tests
will come and go
but your determination
and self-confidence will
 stay with you forever...
 
 
 
 
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E-Safety Advocates Project

Do you want to be teacher?  Do you need to improve your CV?
 
Are you returning to College in September?
 
Then get involved with the E-Safety Advocates Project.

Starting in September, this course will train students to deliver lessons about online risks to pupils in primary schools in the Rotherham area.  

Whether you want to go into teaching or want to obtain important transferable skills such as communication, presentation and team working skills, this will be an excellent opportunity and will be invaluable when applying for university/future jobs.

To register your interest in the E-Safety Advocates Project please attend an initial meeting to be held on Tuesday 21st June at 1pm in W202 (top floor of Woodhurst).

Any queries, please contact Emma Hadfield in the Learning Resources Centre.

 

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Half Term Opening Hours

For those wishing to revise and study in a quiet space over the holidays, don't despair, the LRC will be open Wednesday to Friday from 9.30am to 3.30pm each day.

Computers will be unavailable however on Friday morning (but we can issue laptops if needed!).

Remember to wear your ID card/lanyards as always and also to sign in at the main reception.

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Dementia Awareness Week

DEMENTIA AWARENESS WEEK

 15 to 21 May 2016

 

 
Dementia Awareness Week takes place from the 15 to 21 May 2016 this week which is supported by the Alzheimer's Society, a UK charity that aims to provide support and research to those affected by dementia.  
 
Every year, there are hundreds of thousands of families who are touched by dementia and many people don't know where to turn.  The Alzheimer's Society want people to know that although dementia can be scary you don't  have to face it alone. For advice and support call the National Dementia Helpline on 0300 222 1122 or email helpline@alzheimers.org.uk.   

Come and take a look at the display in the LRC depicting information from the Alzheimer's Society website, as well as some resources available in the LRC to borrow.  Further information, publications and resources can be found and downloaded from the Alzheimer's Society website.









 
 

 

Monday, 16 May 2016

Mental Health Awareness Week

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK
 
16 to 22 May 2016

RELATIONSHIPS
 
 
Every May, since 2000 the Mental Health Foundation have raised awareness of mental health and wellbeing issues through Mental Health Awareness week. This year it takes place on 16 to 22 May 2016 and the theme is about relationships. It is very important that all of us have good and healthy relationships with our family, friends and individuals within the community as it allows us to lead happier and longer lives with less mental health problems.  Our relationships are just as critical to our health as other lifestyle factors such as eating well, exercising more and stopping smoking.  Make your relationships matter.

Come and take a look at the display in the LRC depicting information from the website, as well as some resources available in the LRC to borrow.  Further information, publications and resources can be found on the Mental Health Foundation website.


Quote of the week



Don't Stress.
Do Your Best.
Forget the Rest.


http://www.iliketoquote.com/dont-stress-do-your-best-forget-the-rest/