Applying for Senior Positions is a workshop run in partnership with arts organisations to demystify the application and interview process. The workshop will shed light on the key areas to include in an application, and how to sufficiently prepare for an interview, including second rounds. Most importantly the workshop will help members identify when they are ready to apply for specific senior positions. .
Dates, Times & Location
Upcoming Dates: To be confirmed
Duration: 2 half days
Future Dates: to be confirmed
Members on a paid subscription: tbc
Standard Members: tbc
Financial support: 2 full bursaries are available for all members (including Standard members) that receive benefits or have received the Self Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) due to Covid-19. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any benefit document (or copy of an email) from the past 12 months that includes your name and postal address and we’ll offer you a free place on the workshop on a first-come-first-served basis.
Our workshops are exclusive to ADF members. Check eligibility here.
Become a member: Register here.
What will be covered?
- Dymystifying the recruitment process
- Application writing
- Joint applications
- Interview skills
What will you need?
- A device to access Zoom. A desktop will be required for the sake of breakout room activities.
- A notepad and pen or a writing device.
Will I need to prepare anything before starting?
You should have an up to date CV. You might also be provided with a short homework task.
Who is the workshop suited to?
Anyone interested in applying for senior and management positions.
Is the session interactive?
Yes. You will interact with the speakers and listen to talks.
Will the session have live captioning?
Yes, we can provide live captioning if requested when you book, providing you book at least 5 working days in advance.
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