Comm Serve Link: Job Seeking 101

Course Overview

Accredited for 1 CEU.

The OT Link is passionate about mentoring and supporting new graduates, helping them to feel confident, inspired and empowered to learn and grow as an Occupational Therapist.

Content

By popular request, this session will review Job Seeking.
  • Marketing and branding yourself
  • Finding your perfect Job Match – Career Guidance
  • CVs and Job Applications
  • Accessing Jobs in the private and public sectors
  • Questions and discussion

Format

  • This session will be held on: Wednesday 19 October, from 19:30pm – 20:30pm.
  • Online and accessible to all – meeting link available immediately on purchase of this session.

Who can attend

  • Community Service and Junior OTs < 3 years experience.
  • Participant numbers will be limited to allow enough time and opportunity for all to ask questions, discuss and network during the session.

R100.00

Description

This session will be facilitated by the partners at The OT Link with guest presentations from the marketing, private and public sectors.

Jennifer Hooper [(MSc(OT)]  has worked in the public health, private practice, and NPO clinical settings covering general practice, paediatrics (medicine and surgery, neurology, psychiatry, learning and development) and medico-legal functional capacity client loads. She has also taught in the under graduate OT programme at WITS University and continues to teach on a post graduate level predominantly in the fields of neurological rehabilitation and paediatrics.  Jennifer’s passions include: teaching and learning; working with families and children towards realising their goals and happy, healthy living; multi-disciplinary, quality service delivery based on sound evidence-based principles; activities(!) and the magic of the task-orientated approach.

Lauren Michell (MSc(OT)) has clinical experience in community, spinal cord rehabilitation, wheelchair seating, sports classification and medico-legal functional capacity evaluations. She worked as lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand predominantly in the field of adult physical rehabilitation.  Lauren is passionate about return to work and vocational rehabilitation, particularly in the field of spinal cord injury and this formed the basis for her Masters dissertation. She values evidence-based practice, sound teaching and learning principles and goal driven therapy.

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