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Webinar - A skills-based approach to student placement assessment - University of York
Luke Bryant

Webinar - A skills-based approach to student placement assessment - University of York

Join Luke Bryant, Relationships Manager in the Computer Science department at the University of York, to learn how they have integrated SFIA into their assessment process for year in industry placement students.

News update - Webinar recording, slides and key learning points now published.

Topics include...

  • how SFIA has been implemented into the student placement module and assessment process
  • the different roles involved and how students are supported
  • the benefits of using SFIA for both students and the University

Luke Bryant on LinkedIn

  • Luke is a placements and employability professional with significant experience of building strategic relationships with a broad range of industry partners. 
  • Luke is a qualified Careers Adviser who works closely with students to develop their employability skills and ensure positive outcomes when they enter the graduate labour market.

Attending the event live means you can ask questions and join in the discussion.

  • We will record and share the webinar - but please make every effort to support our speakers by attending the live event.
  • We know from previous webinars that people get more value by attending and participating in the discussion and chat on the webinar.

Reserve your place on the webinar

Two live sessions will be held to support different time zones. You should book for only one.

In 2022, we are celebrating the 50th year of the Department of Computer Science at the University of York.
Our excellence in teaching and research, plus our strong industrial links, makes us one of the UK’s leading Computer Science departments.

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