Partner Career Workshop November
03 November 2020 10:00 till 12:00 - Location: ONLINE VIDEO CALL
* Due to the current restrictions, the workshop will be conducted online. See below for further details.
TU Delft provides a series of 7 workshops to partners of TU Delft employees, who have (recently) moved to the Netherlands and would like to learn more about the Dutch labour market and the job application process in The Netherlands.
The workshops are thematically coordinated and in order to achieve the best result, therefore, enrolments are only possible for the whole workshop programme and not for an individual workshop only.
Besides getting trained on the Dutch labour market, you will also get to know your peer participants who might be in a similar situation as you are. After the final workshop we have lunch together and a professional photographer will take your profile picture for your LinkedIn profile (if possible due to COVID regulations).
Partners / Spouses of TU Delft employees who have recently moved to the Netherlands and are interested in information about the Dutch labour market and are willing to receive job hunting skills. The workshop is free of charge for international partners of TU Delft employees.
- Tuesday 3rd November (10.00am – 12.00pm) - Writing a good CV and Professional Profile
- Friday 6th November (10.00am – 12.00pm) - Job Hunting techniques in the Netherlands plus Motivation letter tips
- Tuesday 10th November (10.00am – 12.00pm) - The `Elevator Pitch’ for networking and Job Interview preparation
- Friday 13th November (10.00am – 12.00pm) - Job Interview techniques incl. practice in role plays
- Tuesday 17th November (10.00am – 12.00pm) - The Dutch Business Environment
- Friday 20th November (10.00am – 12.00pm) - The Dutch Business Environment
- Monday 23rd November (09.30-12.15 timeslots to be allocated) - LinkedIn
Online meeting details
Instructions on how to participate in this online workshop through a video group call will be shared with participants after registration, five days before the event will take place.
As all of our workshops are taught entirely in English, participants must demonstrate a good command of the English language, both spoken and written (comparable with Cambridge level B2).
You can sign up here. You only have to register once for all six workshops. Deadline for registration is 5 days prior to the event. If you can’t make it or if you have any other questions, please send an email to Events-ComingtoDelftServices@tudelft.nl.
Teresa Moynihan specialises in individual and group career transition and talent development programmes, primarily with international organisations, individuals and expatriate groups. She has a passion for guiding people through a career transition and helping them recognise their own potential for the future. Her expertise is complimented with extensive experience in HR and Training & Development from her earlier career, fulfilling key HR roles for more than 10 years. Originally from Ireland, Teresa has been working and living in the Netherlands for more than 25 years. She has her own Consultancy for the past 15 years and is also a Career/Outplacement Coach and Trainer at Solid Sense in The Hague, as well as being a registered Trainer at ACCESS.
Caitríona Rush is an Irish national who has been to over 40 countries across 7 continents and has worked in 9 countries across the globe. She has lived and worked in the Netherlands for 15 years. Currently settled just outside the Hague, Caitríona works as a cross cultural consultant. Through her business, At Home Abroad, she enables internationals lead a happier, and more successful & effective life living, working and doing business in the Netherlands.
Margaret Welten joined the Technical University of Delft in 2015 as Career Counsellor. With a MSc in Career Coaching, she delivers personalised coaching and workshops. She helps individuals to take stock of their strengths, values and interests and define what's needed in terms of achieving their career aspirations. Margaret has over 20 year experience as a professional HR Business Partner in national and multi-national companies. Being of Scottish origin, Margaret relocated to The Netherlands in 2009 so she fully understands the challenges working and living in an international environment brings.