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The Next Chapter : Growing your Career in Libraries Join CILIP NW at our annual Member's Day and AGM on 1st March 2018 in Lancaster.

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When: 01/03/2018
10:00
Where: The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster
The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster
Lancaster, Lancashire  LA11TH
United Kingdom
Contact: Amy Carroll
+44 (0)1925 603397
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The Next Chapter : Growing your Career in Libraries

Thursday 1st March 2018

The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, LA1 1TH 

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Programme

Ayub Khan, CILIP President 2018

CILIP’s Change Programme/From Saturday Assistant to CILIP President

Ayub Khan will discuss CILIP’s Change Programme and re ect on his own experience and career development from Saturday Assistant to CILIP President.

https://www.cilip.org.uk/general/custom.asp?page=AyubKahnPresident

Michelle Maden, Independent Clinical Information Specialist, PhD Student

I didn't get where I am today by following a traditional career path in library and information management

When I was growing up I don't think I ever recalled a time where I thought 'I want to be a Librarian'. I wanted to be a teacher. In 1998 I kind of 'fell into' Librarianship after my undergraduate degree but realised early on that I didn't want to manage people. However, in my role as a Clinical Librarian the only way to progress up the career ladder was to take on managerial responsibilities. My talk will look at how I took an alternative route to career progression in the information profession through independent consultancy, teaching and research, the bene ts and pitfalls involved and advice I would give if I was starting over again.

Helen Osborne, Area Manager, Halton Libraries

Mid-career leadership

Helen Osborne has worked in public libraries for nearly a decade and currently works at Halton Libraries as an Area Manager. In 2015 she took part in the CILIP leadership programme pilot and is currently acting as a mentor in a Society of Chief Librarians regional mentoring pilot scheme to develop public library sta across the north-west.

Sonia Ramdhian, Development Officer, CILIP

Mid-Career? What next?

Mid-career is the time to consolidate expertise and add new skills to enable you to ful l your career aspirations. Two vital components in moving on and moving forward are knowing yourself and horizon scanning. How can your professional body support you? Come and learn more about:

  • The CILIP Impact Toolkit - helping you to advocate your professional expertise
  • The CILIP Careers Hub - supporting you at di erent stages in your career
  • The CILIP Leaders Network - for library and information professionals in leadership roles or who are aspiring leaders; the Leaders Network gives you the resources and support you need to take the next step in your career 

 

10.00-10.30 - Registration, tea and coffee

10.30-10.45 - Welcome - Michael Cook, CILIP NW Chair

10.45-11.30 - I didn't get where I am today by following a traditional career path in library and information management Michelle Maden, Independent Clinical Information Specialist, PhD Student
 
11.30-12.15 - From Saturday Assistant to CILIP President/CILIP’s Change Programme - Ayub Khan, CILIP President 2018
 
12.15-12.30 - AGM

12.30-13.30 - Lunch & Networking

13.30-14.15 - Mid-career leadership - Helen Osborne, Area Manager, Halton Libraries

14.15-15.00 - Mid-Career? What next? - Sonia Ramdhian, Development Officer, CILIP
 
15.00-15.15 - Closing remarks

 

Speaker Biographies

Ayub Khan, MBE, President of CILIP, Digital Lead SCL

Ayub spent his early career in education and children and young people’s services. He was later Project O cer for the new Library of Birmingham and is now Head of Libraries and Face to Face services for Warwickshire, England.

He is Digital Lead for the Society of Chief Librarians, President of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals , a member of the Library Buildings Committee of the International Federation of Library Associations, and a former member of the UNESCO Culture Committee. He is on the British Library’s Public Lending Right Committee, and the editorial board of New Library World. He is a peer reviewer of library and cultural services for the Local Government Association.

Ayub has written articles and publications on library design and theory, and chaired the CILIP working group on national guidelines for locally-elected politicians. He recently led on the national procurement of digital online content for public libraries in England.

Ayub’s interest extends to international library development, with a strong focus on diversity and inclusion. He has worked on library projects in several countries for the British Council and is currently advising on modernising public library services in Bangladesh, co-funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Michelle Maden, Independent Clinical Information Specialist, PhD Student

Michelle graduated with a PG Dip in Information and Library Management in 1998. Her first professional role was working as a Information Officer at BestBETs. In 2005 she became Edge Hill University's (EHU) first Clinical Information Specialist working at Aintree Hospitals. Having already gained an interest in research methodologies from attending A&E Journal Clubs whilst at BestBETs, Michelle further developed her skills in this area by teaching Critical Appraisal Skills to clinical staff and supporting Faculty and Clinical staff undertaking systematic reviews. Whilst at EHU Michelle continued her CPD by completing a LIS Masters, a PG Cert in Higher Education Teaching and Learning and a PG Cert in International Health Technology Assessment. 

Since returning from maternity leave in 2010 Michelle continued to work part-time as a Clinical Information Specialist at EHU until 2014. During this time she also undertook consultancy work on a variety of clinical information related projects including; developing and delivering the LIHNN Literature Search MOOC, delivering critical appraisal workshops to NHS librarians and clinicians all over England, co-authoring systematic reviews and leading a feasibility project into sharing literature searches on behalf of NW Healthcare Librarians. 

In 2012 Michelle was appointed an Associate Tutor at EHU with responsibility for supervising Masters dissertation students and delivering seminars on a Masters Clinical Research Programme. She has also led on a Systematic Reviews Module at Liverpool John Moores University. She is currently completing her PhD thesis looking into improving methods for incorporating considerations of health inequalities in systematic reviews at Liverpool University. 

Helen Osborne, Area Manager, Halton Libraries

Helen Osborne has worked in public libraries for nearly a decade and currently works at Halton Li- braries as an Area Manager. In 2015 she took part in the CILIP leadership programme pilot and is currently acting as a mentor in a Society of Chief Librarians regional mentoring pilot scheme to devel- op public library sta across the north-west.

Sonia Ramdhian, Development Officer, CILIP

Sonia currently works for CILIP as a Development Officer supporting CILIP's Member Networks.

She has over 20 years experience as an Information Professional; with roles ranging from a Trainee Librarian in a university library, to Information and Knowledge Manager in a global management consultancy. Her library, information and knowledge management skills have taken her from Research roles in investment banks to analyst roles in the software sector.

Sonia is continually inspired by the work and expertise of CILIP members. 

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