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Craft your Career Day and AGM.

You are warmly invited to attend the Cilip Wales Craft Your Career Day & AGM on Monday 20 November 2017 at Swansea University. The day will include presentations on the Future of the Profession, empowering new and established professionals alike to explore skill sets and emerging roles within the profession such as Data Scientist.

New Professionals Day 2017

CILIP's New Professionals Day 2017 is our annual conference aimed at those library and information professionals in the early part of their careers. There will be a variety of workshops and presentations to share information, provide support and offer networking opportunities. CILIP President, Kate Arnold, will give the Keynote address.

If you are studying at university, have recently finished your information qualification or are in your first professional post, then this event is for you.

Improving Library and Information Services: Phenomenographically!

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Join Sheila Webber, Bill Johnston, Eva Hornung and Lauren Smith as they explore phenomenography as a research approach and how it can be useful to you and your organisation when planning for future service development, redesign or developing partnerships. There will be opportunity to exchange experience, learn about the approach and gain confidence in applying it.

Tate Library at Tate Britain

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Your visit to the Tate Library will covers British art since 1500 and international art since 1900. As well as a wide selection of books, printed journals and electronic resources about art and artists, the library has a pre-eminent collection of exhibition catalogues dating from the late 19th century to recent contemporary shows. Tate Library also has a collection of 6500 artists’ books which date from the 1960s to the present day.

 

CILIP Careers Day

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CILIP's inaugural Careers Day is for all library and information professionals. 

Hear from employers from the major sectors  about the roles in their organisations.

Work with experts in practical workshops to support you in your career planning and job searching.

Talk to recruiters about the market and the jobs available.

Network with other professionals. 

 

Finding secrets: the legal and ethical pursuit of competitive intelligence

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Want to learn how to legally and ethically obtain information on competitors and other companies? Then this in-depth course is for you! Whether you are researching your own organisation's competitors, or helping them understand clients, this one day workshop will look at key resources for gathering and analysing information on competitors and customers.

This event is suitable for Knowledge Managers, Knowledge Officers, Information Managers, Information Officers, Researchers, Librarians and other information Professionals.

Lunch and refreshments are included.

BIALL, CLSIG & SLA Europe Graduate Open Day

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BIALL, CLSIG and SLA Europe are pleased to invite new professionals, graduate trainees, early career librarians and students to their joint Graduate Open Day at CILIP HQ. The day is kindly sponsored by specialist recruitment agencies CB Resourcing and Sue Hill Recruitment.

Confirmed speakers include Richard Nelsson of The Guardian, Jon Beaumont of law firm Shearman & Sterling, Catherine Johnson of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Susie Kay, independent information professional and speakers from recruitment consultants TFPL/Sue Hill and CB Resourcing.

CILIP CEO Nick Poole on the state of the library and information profession, and how to build your career

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Nick Poole became Chief Executive of CILIP on 22 June 2015.

Nick said, “I am honoured and excited to be taking up the role as CILIP’s Chief Executive. Library and information professionals have a profoundly important role to play in a modern digital economy and a productive society. I want to ensure that the skills and expertise of our members is championed as widely as possible, nationally and locally.