10 years ago, no one knew that jobs such as Uber Driver, Social Media Manager, Driverless Car engineer and Drone Operator would exist, so in another 10 years, what jobs will your students be applying for? Are they as career ready as you think they are? Are you aware of the technology that will change the way your students will apply for jobs?

If not, then Dalmatian Systems are holding their very first “Joining the Dots” conference, which will take place on the 25th April at Mansfield Town Football Club between 9am and 1pm and will focus on how a digital lifestyle can impact the future careers of your students.

The landscape of the job market is changing and the change WILL be digital, with the process of getting a job increasingly taking place online and employers researching candidates taking place in a digital environment.

“The Joining the Dots conference from Student to Employee” is free to attend and takes place at Mansfield Town football Club on 25th April between 9am and 1pm. It is FREE to attend and lunch will be provided.

Speakers Graphic UpdatedThe event is free and will take place at Mansfield Town Football Club in their 1861 suite on 25th April 2017 between 9am and 1pm and refreshments will be provided.

There will be plenty of opportunities to network as well as there being marketing opportunities via our strong press, radio and social media coverage.

Places are limited, but there are some still available. If you and / or any of your colleagues would like to attend, please RSVP, either by phoning our office (01623) 287880 or using the form below.


We look forward to Spotting you there!

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