In this issue
Your voice, your vote
IMPACT executive recommends pay proposals
Proposed pay deal: All you need to know
Get politics out of health
High value put on outsourcing clause
IMPACT seeks ibec support on gender pay gap
Help for graduate health professionals
by Lughan Deane


IMPACT is hosting a series of special ‘graduate days’ to help recent graduates in health and social care with CVs, interview skills and profile building.

Recent graduates in a range of professions are being invited to sign up for the free events. The professions are occupational therapy, physiotherapy, social work, social care, and speech and language therapy. Recently-graduated dietitians, podiatrists, chiropodists, psychologists, and clinical biochemists are also welcome to attend.

The events focus on CV-building and interview skills and are led by Helen Hourigan of H-Training. She discusses competency-based and non-competency-based interview techniques. There is also a session on using online media for communication and promotion, including LinkedIn.

The sessions will also cover CORU issues, including how to register, and how to attain and arrange all relevant documentation and certification. Finally, there will be a session focusing on contracts and, specifically, on how to go about securing a beneficial contract.

The first event in the series took place on the 7th of June in Galway. There is an upcoming event planned for June 20th in IMPACT's Dublin office.

The events begin at 9:30am and run until 4.00pm Lunch and beverages will be provided.

Anyone interested in attending is advised to contact to register as places are limited.

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