Online event | Changing Attitudes Towards the Mental Wellbeing of Early Career Architectural Technology Professionals

Seminar 7 pm-7.45 pm, 27 Jan 2021
Asia Centre, Australasia Centre, Central, Channel Islands, East Anglia, East Midlands, Europe Centre, Greater London, Hong Kong Centre, Middle East and Africa Centre, North West, Northern, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland Centre, Scotland East, Scotland West, South East, The Americas Centre, Wales, Wessex, West Midlands, Western, Yorkshire

A 40-minute online seminar for academics, students, recent graduates, early career professionals and their employers/line managers.

The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce in conjunction with David Comiskey MCIAT are delighted to present:

Changing Attitudes Towards the Mental Wellbeing of Early Career Architectural Technology Professionals

A 40-minute online seminar for academics, students, recent graduates, early career professionals and their employers/line managers.

Wednesday 27 January 2021, 19:00-19:40

With an introduction from Eddie Weir PCIAT, a talk by David Comiskey MCIAT and a round-up form Tom Shore of the Architects’ Benevolent Society to discuss the support available.

This session will focus on the important topic of the mental wellbeing of early career professionals within the Architectural Technology sector. It will provide suggestions which are designed to help individuals make small changes which can make a big difference to their own lives or the lives of others as well as discussing the help which is available. 

You can sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mental-wellbeing-of-early-career-architectural-technology-professionals-tickets-136960503553

Joining instructions for the evening will be sent nearer the date.

This is designed to be a follow on session from the online CPD hosted by the Wessex Region scheduled for 20/01/20 which is aimed at employers and those with mentor and/or line manager responsibilities. 

 

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