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Blackburn College celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week on 14th to 21st November 2014. Be part of the world’s largest campaign to promote entrepreneurship.
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|My story of Enterprise and ‘The Voice’Daniella Gallagher is a champion for Start Up business and uses her inspiring story to educate and motivate her listeners in the field of creative entrepreneurship and employability.||Tuesday, 11th November 201411:00 – 12:00||Lecture Theatre, University Centre at Blackburn College|
|Learn how to develop and pitch a business idea – Interactive SessionGain skills to develop and pitch your idea with Winning Pitch Coaches. Prize for the best pitch!||Friday, 14th November 201409:00 – 12:00||Lecture Theatre, University Centre at Blackburn College|
|Start your own businessLearn from a business mentor how to Start your business.||Monday, 17th November 201413:00 – 16:00||Delivery to your group for one hour between 13:00 – 16:00|
|Are you ready for business?Enterprise Lancashire workshop to give you the tools to help your business take off.||Tuesday, 18th November 201409:30 – 12:30||Maynard Theatre, Old Victoria Building|
|Engineering Sector, Growth, Opportunities and Employability Stem Ambassador talks about the sector and NIS Engineering.||Tuesday, 18th November 201411:00 – 12:00||Lecture Theatre, University Centre at Blackburn College|
|Human Resources in BusinessFind out about the issues business face when they employ people.||Tuesday, 18th November 201413:00 – 14:00||Lecture Theatre, University Centre at Blackburn College|
|Developing a Business IdeaLearn how to develop a business idea.||Wednesday, 19th November 2014||Maynard Theatre, Old Victoria Building|
|Employability and EnterpriseTogether Housing/REUSE and how engaging with business develops employability skills.
||Multiple Sessions on Wednesday 19th November 2014||Delivery to your group. 2 sessions available. See Eventbrite.|
|My Business JourneyRichard Mellor MD of Cummings Mellor Recruitment talks about his business and employability.
||Wednesday, 19th November 2014,09:00 – 10:00||Lecture Theatre, University Centre at Blackburn College|
|Brand YouHow to turn what is special in you into a real reason employ you in a job or as a freelancer.
||Wednesday, 19th November 2014,10:00 – 11:00||Lecture Theatre, University Centre at Blackburn College|
|Social Enterprise and EmployabilityFind out about Social Enterprise and how you can make money by creating Community benefit.||Wednesday, 19th November 2014,13:30 – 14:30||Lecture Theatre, University Centre at Blackburn College|
|An Enterprising approach to Public HealthHow public health keeps the borough healthy and how it is reacting to Global Challenges e.g. Ebola.||Thursday, 20th November 201411:00-12:00||Lecture Theatre, University Centre at Blackburn College|
|Construction and Change ManagementEric Wright Construction talk about the industry and how it has changed to survive the Global Recession.||Thursday, 20th November 201413:00-14:00||Lecture Theatre, University Centre at Blackburn College|
|Graduate Recruitment Enterprise Car Rental will explain how students engage with Graduate Recruiters.||Friday, 21st November 201410:00-11:00||Lecture Theatre, University Centre at Blackburn College|
|Enterprise and Global Export in BlackburnEast Lancashire Chamber will talk about business support and exporting.
||Friday, 21st November 201411:00 – 12:00||Lecture Theatre, University Centre at Blackburn College|
University timetable sparse? Make the most of your ‘me time’
If your lectures are few and far between, you could work, exercise, or learn more stuff.
A lot changes when you get to university. One of the biggest surprises for me was how few hours I was required to spend in lectures and seminars. Many of us go from fully packed days at sixth form or college, to sporadic two-hour lectures at university.
While advice for adapting to the university lifestyle often focuses on social aspects, adapting to the academic structure can take time too.
At first it might be great to have so much free time on your hands, but without a set routine it can be difficult to fill your days with beneficial stimulus. It’s too easy to fall into the trap of becoming a motionless blob that lives and breathes Netflix.
So, if you are a member of the “barely there” club, here’s some productive ways to fill the hours spent away from lectures.
You spent a small fortune on those books for a reason. Grab your highlighters and begin making notes on relevant topics. If you struggle to study at your house or flat, pack up everything and head to the library for the day: you’ll be less distracted and will have thousands of extra books on hand to help you out.
Get a job
Even if you are fortunate enough to not need the extra income to get by, a part-time job can be a great way to add structure to your week, meet new people and gain employment experience.
Learn a language
It’s unlikely that in your working life you will have time to dedicate an hour every day to learning a new language, so why not try now? There are some great language apps out there for on-the-go learning, so it doesn’t have to be expensive.
Ask flatmates or friends if they speak any other languages or if they fancy joining you as you learn: speaking to someone else in a different language is a vital part of the learning process.
Why not look up the health benefits of healthy foods and take up an exercise class, or start your mornings with a run? You could also walk to classes instead of taking the bus, or prepare food for tomorrow’s lunch rather than buying something greasy on campus.
Become Lord Sugar
You may not have the financial stability to invest in a large business idea, but if you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at designing t-shirts, making jewellery or selling your services as a photographer, now is the time to do it.
With the option to study at any time of day, flexible working hours mean setting up a small business can be an easy way to add to your CV and your bank balance.
Find a cause
University is a great time to explore politics, so whether you’re interested in fighting for gender equality or banning animal testing, find like minded people and turn your beliefs into positive action.
Learn how to cook
It’s a long standing joke that students eat the oddest concoctions out of random ingredients – noodles and ketchup in a mug, anyone? But since you’re likely to be cooking for yourself every day, why not browse through some online recipes and whip up something a little different? Try some new meat, new vegetables or simply a new method of cooking. You don’t want toast again tonight, surely?
Have bitesize study breaks
I’m all for browsing the internet. However, with it being like a black hole filled with cat memes, it is likely to suck you in and distract you from work. If you do fancy having a break, try a Youtube video or two rather than a three hour Netflix marathon. TED provide great educational talks that are both informative and entertaining.