Originally published by The Telegraph. By Tim Cumming. The man behind Finito speaks about his dedication to help young people (and those of every age looking to make a career change) get work-ready For those starting out in the workplace, getting the right job is no easy business, especially in the new world of employment […]
Originally published by Times Educational Supplement. Article by Derek Walker, Finito Course Leader As we all know, getting that first job after college can often be a bigger challenge for a student than gaining the qualification. The interview process can be daunting, particularly for young people with limited experience of speaking in front of others. […]
As a nervous university student keen to make a good impression, you would be forgiven for wanting to comb your hair, polish your shoes and maybe even clean your teeth before a job interview.
All our alumni students are for life. We chart their progress and continue to keep in touch. There may be those who think this is sycophantic, but we believe it is symptomatic of our commitment to help those who join our Work Ready courses until they find their career path. Some of our students are […]
Ian Fordham, Director of Education of Microsoft UK spoke this week at Chandos House, London, introduced by hosts Finito’s Ronel Lehmann and Jess Harris, Head of Education, Quintessentially. His topic “Delivering solutions that matter to Britain’s education system in Schools, Colleges and Universities” reviewed the current EdTech (education technology) and digital infrastructure for learning within […]
“Delivering solutions that matter to Britain’s education system in Schools, Colleges and Universities” Speaker Ian Fordham, Director of Education of Microsoft UK 6.30pm – 8.30pm on Wednesday 8th November Download the full invite here >>> In conjunction with Quintessentially Education Chandos House, 2 Queen Anne Street, London, W1G 9LQ RSVP to Michele Zadek Ewing email@example.com […]
Our Chief Executive Ronel Lehmann calls on Election Day for the world of politics to take the lead.