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Seminar room:

16:10 to 16:50
The Future of Wearables
Presented by: Tom Bentley, Fitbit, Head of EMEA Recruitment
The wonderful world of wearables is booming. With devices like Smartwaches and Fitbit's becoming the norm, this makes the wearable industry one of the brightest in tech right now. To make it work it requires strong sales, marketing finance and of course IT teams. Stop by this session to find out how you can take the step into the Wearables Industry.

Tom Bentley, Fitbit, Head of EMEA Recruitment

Tom Bentley is the Head of EMEA Recruitment for Fitbit, a company dedicated to health and fitness who are building products that help transform people's lives. Tom has over 15 years of Recruitment experience in Ireland and UK and has worked both in-house and for recruitment agencies. He has recruited for numerous industries across various sectors including IT, Sales, Support and Languages and has a particular passion for Graduate Recruitment. The rest of his time is spent ferrying his 3 children to every sporting venue in North County Dublin and coaches underage teams for Soccer and Rugby.

Seminar room: 1

11:30 to 12:00
Postgraduate Teacher Training in the UK
Presented by: Rachael Buckley
The seminar covers all areas relating Postgraduate Teacher Training in the UK including: Entry Requirements Skills Tests Making a Strong Application How to make yourself stand out from other candidates The Interview Life as a Teacher

Rachael Buckley

Rachael has had a relationship with the University for over 14 years, first completing her degree there in Applied Social Science and Psychology. Rachael took up a post in the Course Information Team advising students, parents, mature leaners and employers about course options, entry requirements, student finance and anything related to university life. After 3 years she took up a seconded post working with the University and the Life Long Learning Network (LLN) working with specific colleges and apprentice students advising and preparing them for University Life. Rachael then successfully applied for the Postgradute Recruitment Officer role working with other HEI’s, current students and employers in relation to Postgraduate Study, Funding and Employment opportunities. She has since been made manager of this area due to the ever increasing number of our PGCE and Postgraduate programmes Edge Hill offers. It’s a very exciting time for Postgraduate Study at the moment with a new system of funding introduced by the UK government. There is a real focus on Research now more than ever before too! The UK has always had an excellent history in providing quality and highly sought after Postgraduate courses and our Research is world leading so it’s a very challenging and exciting place to be.
Sessions

12:10 to 12:40
How to become a Post-Primary teacher
Presented by: Carmel Nic Eoin, Teacher, trainer and tutor, Hibernia College
The Post-Primary teaching seminar will be presented by Carmel Nic Eoin, teacher trainer and Irish tutor at Hibernia College. The presentation will cover the course structure, interview process and what to expect from the Professional Master of Education course at Hibernia College. Frank will also give an overview of post-primary teaching as a career in Ireland and will end with a Q&A session.

Carmel Nic Eoin, Teacher, trainer and tutor, Hibernia College

Carmel Nic Eoin is a third-level teacher trainer and Gaeilge tutor. She worked as a Team Leader for Gaeilge (primary and post-primary) with the PDST during the period 2013 – 2014 and as National Co-ordinator for Gaeilge (post-primary) during 2007 – 2013. Prior to that, she spent some years working with various support services while on secondment to the Department of Education from her school, St. Leo’s College, Carlow, where she taught Gaeilge and Mathematics. She has a particular interest and background in teaching, learning and assessment methodologies in Gaeilge and she has many years’ experience in designing and providing in-service courses for second-level teachers. She has a Master of Arts degree in Nua-Ghaeilge, as well as other postgraduate qualifications in education management and school development.

12:50 to 13:20
A career in law - what does it mean, where will it take you?
Presented by: Anna Marie Curran, Partner, A&L Goodbody
Anna Marie will explore how to your head start in the dynamic world of law and how to succeed when you get there. A seminar not to be missed for anyone considering a career in law!

Anna Marie Curran, Partner, A&L Goodbody

Anna Marie Curran, Partner, EU, Competition & Procurement Group, will introduce the seminar and speak about: careers in law in general; A&L Goodbody, her own history and practice area. She will also cover how to become a solicitor, what employers look for in potential recruits (the application process and interview tips) and the career path following qualification.

13:30 to 14:00
Employability Skills - what employers want you to know!
Presented by: Sarah Madigan, Graduate Recruitment Lead, PwC
Whether you're in the middle of your university studies, about to graduate or looking to change career, we have lots of tips as to how you can make the most of your employability skills, identify situations where you have used your skills and what we look for at application and interview stage. Our workshops will allow you to reflect on your experience and produce well thought out examples (STAR) at application and interview stage, regardless of the company/role they are applying to.

Sarah Madigan, Graduate Recruitment Lead, PwC

Sarah leads the graduate recruitment team across all of the offices in PwC Ireland.

14:10 to 14:40
Key hints and tips to rock your interview!
Presented by: Brian O'Shea, Personnel Development Director, Aldi
Aldi Ireland will provide an overview of application and interview hints and tips as well as an overview of the graduate opportunities which Aldi has to offer.

Brian O'Shea, Personnel Development Director, Aldi

No industry sector has as much exposure to and insight into the rhythms of Irish life as retail. As one of Ireland’s fastest growing retailers, Aldi is one of the standout success stories of the Irish economy.

14:50 to 15:20
Risk Advisory – A Career with a Difference
Presented by: David Kinsella, Partner Risk Advisory, Deloitte
The seminar aims to highlight the fascinating but not so well know world of Risk Advisory and how businesses increasingly depend upon these services to survive and grow in a complex world

David Kinsella, Partner Risk Advisory, Deloitte

David is Partner Risk Advisory on the Risk Advisory Team. This division includes: Internal Audit; Reg&Compliance; Data Analytics; and Cyber Security.

15:30 to 16:10
What can I do with my Arts degree?
Presented by: Sinead Darcy Jameson, Deirdre O'Donoghue HedgeServ, Leslee O'Loughlin Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Caroline McAniff EY
This panel discussion will feature top employers who actively hire arts graduate. They will dispel myths about the opportunities available to arts students and graduates and help broaden their horizons. It will address topics such as: The most sought after subjects The importance of Arts and Languages The connection between Arts and analytical thinking The benefit of Arts and Humanities degrees Upskilling Exciting career-paths

16:10 to 16:40
Graduate Programmes USA & Canada
Presented by: Patrick Dyar, Camp USA Programme Manager, USIT
USIT is one of Ireland's leading travel companies specialising in a range of Graduate Programmes in the USA as well as Summer Camp programmes to the USA & Canada each summer. Come along to our seminar and find out the opportunities open to you and which programme may suit you best. We look forward to meeting you.

Patrick Dyar, Camp USA Programme Manager, USIT

Patrick Dyar – Patrick spent 8 summers at summer camp in Pennsylvania teaching music and video production. He did the graduate visa in 2011/12, spending the year working in Manhattan. He now runs the Camp USA programme for USIT Travel. 
 

Seminar room: 2

11:15 to 11:30
Postgraduate Funding Options
Presented by: SUSI
Considering a Masters, PhD or HDip but worried about how to fund it? This session facilitate by SUSI will provide Information on the funding options available and when do apply. This is a must attend session for anyone considering postgraduate study.

SUSI

SUSI is Ireland's national awarding authority for all higher and further education grants. SUSI offers funding to eligible students in approved full-time 3rd level education in Ireland and also, in some cases, funding for students studying outside the state. Visit www.susi.ie for more information.

11:30 to 12:00
Creating a winning CV – how to stand out from the crowd
Presented by: Marie Kielty
When a recruiter receives your CV, it needs to be well presented and it needs to catch his or her eye. It also needs to tell a story and why you are the right person for the job. There are different ways of formatting and presenting CVs in order to best present you as a candidate. Make the most of this session: Bring your CV; take notes of key points that are relevant to you; ask questions! – this is your opportunity to talk to the professionals and ask questions that will help you create the CV that will get you noticed!

Marie Kielty, ITT Dublin, Careers Officer

Marie has been employed as the Careers Officer in ITT Dublin for over 11 years providing both undergraduate and postgraduate careers advice and support to students from a broad range of disciplines. She previously worked in Portobello College as the Careers Advisor for 8 years. Marie brings a significant wealth of experience having been working directly with students in the higher education sector for all of this time. Marie studied Psychology as an undergraduate in NUI Galway, completed a postgraduate Diploma in Business in Smurfit Business School and is MCIPD qualified from DIT. Marie has also completed qualifications in Emotional Intelligence and Levels A & B Psychometric Testing.

12:10 to 12:40
CVs for the Irish Market - A Guide for International Students
Presented by: Breda Hegarty,
HR managers receive hundreds of CVs for every job they advertise, so you must be sure that your C.V. convinces the employer that you are the best investment. This workshop will give you the techniques to tailor your C.V. to the Irish market and to get an edge over your competition.

Breda Hegarty, pre-employment trainer, Business in the Community

Breda Hegarty is the Pre-employment Trainer with Business in the Community. She is the author of the www.thejobmotivator.com blog and has written many articles for jobseekers. Breda draws on over 9 years of experience, working closely with people that have barriers to gaining employment. She has met with many HR managers of the top companies in Ireland to keep up to date with HR trends and to impart this knowledge. To date she has supported over 2,000 jobseekers from 93 countries, with approximately 70% of those going on to start employment or further education as part of the EPIC Programme.

12:50 to 13:20
Creating a winning CV – how to stand out from the crowd
Presented by: Angela Collins, WIT, Head of Careers
When a recruiter receives your CV, it needs to be well presented and it needs to catch his or her eye. It also needs to tell a story and why you are the right person for the job. There are different ways of formatting and presenting CVs in order to best present you as a candidate. Make the most of this session: Bring your CV; take notes of key points that are relevant to you; ask questions! – this is your opportunity to talk to the professionals and ask questions that will help you create the CV that will get you noticed!

Angela Collins, WIT, Head of Careers

Angela Collins is the Head of Careers and Careers Advisor at Waterford Institute of Technology. She is enthusiastic about working with undergraduate and graduate students to help discover their passions and assist them in developing their career, academic and personal goals. She enjoys interacting with students of many backgrounds and perspectives. Angela is an active member of AHECS and has served on a number of, committees and working groups over the years.

13:30 to 14:00
CV's for Irish Markets- A Guide for International Students
Presented by: Breda Hegarty, Pre-employment Trainer, Business in the Community
HR managers receive hundreds of CVs for every job they advertise, so you must be sure that your C.V. convinces the employer that you are the best investment. This workshop will give you the techniques to tailor your C.V. to the Irish market and to get an edge over your competition.

Breda Hegarty, Pre-employment Trainer, Business in the Community

Breda Hegarty is the Pre-employment Trainer with Business in the Community. She is the author of the www.thejobmotivator.com blog and has written many articles for jobseekers. Breda draws on over 9 years of experience, working closely with people that have barriers to gaining employment. She has met with many HR managers of the top companies in Ireland to keep up to date with HR trends and to impart this knowledge. To date she has supported over 2,000 jobseekers from 93 countries, with approximately 70% of those going on to start employment or further education as part of the EPIC Programme.

14:10 to 14:40
The first 100 days! Fitting In & Standing Out!
Presented by: Nicola O'Neill, Managing Director and Principal & President of the IITD, Harvest Resources
Gain advice and guidance on being an employee that stands out form the crowd and get recognised by your new employer at an early stage. - Making an impression that lasts - Business etiquette and social norms - Top Tips on Transferable Skills - Networking with effect - Continuing your Career Growth

Nicola O'Neill, Managing Director and Principal & President of the IITD, Harvest Resources

Nicola has been involved in the development of people and organisations for the past 20 years. Principal and Managing Director of Harvest Resources Ltd, she leads the team to design and delivery high impact be-spoke development programmes in the area of Leadership, Sales, Business and Personal Development. Harvest now offer e-learning blended solutions and have developed an offer to build e-learning capability for training and education specialists. Nicola has vast experience with Corporates and Multinationals and have engaged in a number of oversees client projects. Highly qualified with a Diploma in Training and Development and a Masters in Education and a Coaching Diploma. Nicola continues to have a strong interest in professional development and is committed to engaging in Harvest's in-house CPD programme "Ancora Imparo". A Fellow of the Irish Institute of Training and Development (IITD); and now serving as President of the Institute which commenced in June 2014.

15:20 to 15:50
Personal Statements
Presented by: Angela Collins, WIT, Head of Careers
Hints and Tips on How to write a personal statement that catapults you on to your chosen course. Universities and IOTs get lots of Personal Statements every year. How can you make sure that yours makes an impact? Come along to the presentation and you will get some good hints and tips.

Angela Collins, WIT, Head of Careers

Angela Collins is the Head of Careers and Careers Advisor at Waterford Institute of Technology. She is enthusiastic about working with undergraduate and graduate students to help discover their passions and assist them in developing their career, academic and personal goals. She enjoys interacting with students of many backgrounds and perspectives. Angela is an active member of AHECS and has served on a number of, committees and working groups over the years.

15:50 to 16:30
I want to become an entrepreneur, where do I start?
Presented by: Gary Leyden NDRC, Cathal O'Sullivan GameX.io, John Whelan Blackstone LaunchPad
Always dreamed of starting your own business and paving your own way but don't know where to start? This session facilitated by expert panellists will cover all the areas that will help you take the first step into dynamic world of entrepreneurship. The session will cover: Culture, human capital and education – how it fits together Business environment and supports available Innovation – how to stay ahead of the pack Access to finance – where to get funding? Networks and mentoring – who can help? Access to markets – how to get your ideas out there!

16:15 to 16:30
Postgraduate Funding Options
Presented by: SUSI
Considering a Masters, PhD or HDip but worried about how to fund it? This session facilitate by SUSI will provide Information on the funding options available and when do apply. This is a must attend session for anyone considering postgraduate study.

SUSI

SUSI is Ireland's national awarding authority for all higher and further education grants. SUSI offers funding to eligible students in approved full-time 3rd level education in Ireland and also, in some cases, funding for students studying outside the state. Visit www.susi.ie for more information.

14:50 to 15:20
Postgraduate Study - What's right for me?
Presented by: Marie Kielty, ITT
There are a myriad of postgraduate courses to choose from and it is often overwhelming for the potential applicant to know where exactly to start? What is the difference between a taught Masters and a Research Masters? What is a PG Diploma? How difficult will it be? Have I the time …. the passion …. the commitment…? What is my best option ? Should I consider full-time, part-time, distance learning? Is it essential to where I want to go? Will it give me an edge? These are just some of the questions to be considered and explored if you attend the presentation “Post-graduate study – What’s right for me?

Marie Kielty

Marie Kielty

Marie has been the Careers Officer in IT Tallaght for over 13 years providing both undergraduate and postgraduate advice and support to students from a broad range of disciplines. She previously worked in a similar role for over 8 years in another college. Marie brings a significant wealth of experience having been working directly with students in the higher education sector for all of this time. As an undergraduate she studied Psychology in NUI Galway and then completed a postgraduate in Business (HR) in Smurfit Business School. Marie has also completed qualifications in Emotional Intelligence and Levels A & B Psychometric Testing and is MCIPD qualified.

Seminar room: 3

12:10 to 12:40
Careers in the Internet of Things, what you need to know to succeed.
Presented by: Sultan BouHamdan, Senior Cloud Solution Architect, Ericsson

Sultan BouHamdan, Senior Cloud Solution Architect, Ericsson

Sultan BouHamdan is a Senior Cloud Solution Architect with 10 years of Telco and IT experience in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, MiddleEast and South America. Sultan’s main expertise is in Cloud computing and has broad experience in taking new products to market.

12:50 to 13:20
Launching your global finance career
Presented by: John Malone, Vice President Finance, Glanbia Nutritionals
Learn more about how to secure and carve out an exciting, challenging and successful global finance career! John Malone, VP of Finance for Glanbia Nutritionals, will talk about his personal experiences and background, the Glanbia success story, and his perspectives and tips to achieve your global finance career goals!

John Malone, Vice President Finance, Glanbia Nutritionals

John has pursued an extensive international career in finance and has vast experience in the re-organisation and restructuring of large Irish enterprises usually led through major change programmes. John trained with one of the first accounting programs with a large US Multinational, he then progressed his career to Finance Director with Microsoft Ireland and after 6 years with the company was promoted to the Board. John currently works as the VP of Finance for the Glanbia Nutritionals business, one of Glanbia’s two strategic growth platforms for the global business. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

13:30 to 14:00
A Day in the Life of an IT Consultant
Presented by: Deborah Donovan, Consultant Peer Support, FDM & Omari Norman,Business Process Analyst, FDM
FDM will be sharing how it feels to be a consultant. Consultants themselves will be explaining what their role entails, life on-site, and the experience they gained to date. This is a one-off chance to hear first hand from them about the opportunities they have been exposed to. FDM is renowned for its award-winning Graduate Programme which uniquely combines fully-funded training, commercial experience and ongoing support, enabling graduates to become professional IT and business Consultants. With centres across Europe, North America and Asia and growing opportunities in Ireland, FDM Consultants work on-site with one or more of our 130 prestigious clients across sectors including finance, retail, media, government, insurance, aviation and not-for-profit. Stop by the session to learn what life is really like for a IT Consultant.

Deborah Donovan, Consultant Peer Support, FDM & Omari Norman,Business Process Analyst, FDM

14:10 to 14:40
Upskill, Connect, Succeed - how you can deliver on your career goals and work in pharma, medtech or food sectors
Presented by: Innopharma Labs

14:50 to 15:20
A career in Software Development
Presented by: Maeve McSweeney, University Recruiting & Programmes - EMEA Recruiter, Workday
Hear about a career in Software Development form a recent graduate, Aoife De Buitlear, a Manager in Software Development, Aidan Foley and Maeve McSweeney, Workday’s EMEA campus recruiter. Aoife is a 2016 Dublin City University Computer Applications Graduate and has kicked of her graduate career as an Associate Software Applications Engineer at Workday. Aidan attended NUI Maynooth studying Computer Science & Software Engineering and since his college days he has prominently developed web apps in the FinTech space, from SEPA payments to peer to peer money transfers internationally. Maeve is the Campus Recruiter for Workday across EMEA and over the last 4 years has worked in graduate recruitment across a range of industries. All three speakers want to share their insights into a career in Software Development so you can learn if it’s where you want to begin your career.

Maeve McSweeney, University Recruiting & Programmes - EMEA Recruiter, Workday

Workday is a leading provider of enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources. Our enterprise applications are simple, intuitive and built for the cloud computing and mobile revolutions. Workday is positively disrupting the enterprise software industry through the hard work and pioneering spirit of our amazing employees. By joining the company, you will work alongside legends in the industry, the brightest new grads-and everything in between. We are looking for individuals to push the boundaries of design, security, and development even further. In 2016, Workday was listed as the #2 in Ireland's Best Workplace. Generation Workday is a programme uniquely designed to nurture, develop and challenge our future leaders.

15:30 to 16:00
What is whiteboard interviewing and skills to survive yours!
Presented by: Ian Doyle, Consulting Manager, Guidewire
This seminar will go through what a candidate can expect during a typical technical white boarding session as part of an interview. We will cover how to best prepare for this, the kind of technical questions that might be asked as well as what the interviewer is looking for when they ask certain questions. The goal is to provide students advice and guidance so they can be prepared for this during an interview and showcase their technical ability as best as they can.

Ian Doyle, Consulting Manager, Guidewire

Ian Doyle joined Guidewire in 2012 as a Senior Consultant moving to Architect and then to his current position as Consulting Manager. He has previously worked for IBM and Deloitte has 10 years experience in the software development industry.

11:30 to 12:00
How VR/AR will impact the Future
Presented by: Simon Peter Johnston, Innovation Team, Accenture
Virtual and Augmented Reality has the potential to profoundly impact on how we view, learn and engage with our world - this spans much further than playing cool games and has multiple other industry applications from health, shopping to finance. Join Simon Peter Johnston from Accenture’s Open Innovation team to get educated and inspired with a seminar on; “How VR/AR will impact the Future” exploring technology, applications and what the big companies and the smaller start-ups are working on.

Simon Peter Johnston, Innovation Team, Accenture

Seminar room: 4

11:30 to 12:15
Creative Job Search - Unlocking the hidden job market
Presented by: Sinead English
Where have all the jobs gone? How to get creative with your job search and uncover the hidden job market If jobs aren’t advertised how do I know they exist? Uncovering and targeting the “hidden” jobs Putting control and focus into your job search – making a plan and working it. Getting past the “I’d rather stick needles in my eyes than initiate a conversation with a stranger about my career” roadblock

Sinead English

Sinéad English is a Career Consultant and works with clients from all industries advising on aspects of the Career Management process, from career planning, online and offline networking and creating job search action plans to writing CVs and interview preparation. She has worked extensively with students through partnerships with several Universities and third level institutions and lectures on Career Management at the University of Limerick. Prior to establishing the career consultancy business Sinead spent 13 years working as an investment banker for JP Morgan in London.

12:25 to 13:10
Graduate Opportunities in the Irish Public Service, EU and International Organisations
Presented by: Daniel O'Callaghan & Marie-Claire Hughes
Do you want to make a difference and build a career that matters? If so, a career in the Irish or international public service could be for you. Come and hear the range of interesting & challenging graduate opportunities that the Public Service has to offer. This seminar will begin with an overview of the recruitment process and look at the current graduate roles available. Following this we will meet three recent graduates who will each share their varied experiences with you: Daniel (Graduate Economist with IGEES), Marie Claire (Third Secretary in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) and Eimear (Administrative Officer in the Civil Service). Each will outline their career path to date, provide an insight into their role on a day to day basis and look at the opportunities available. Overall this discussion will outline the wide range of exciting career opportunities in the Public Service in Ireland, in the EU institutions and further afield."

Daniel O'Callaghan, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform & Marie-Claire Hughes, gradpublicjobs

Daniel O’Callaghan is currently an Administrative Officer (Economist) working in the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform as part of the Irish Government Economic and Evaluation Service (IGEES). His work focuses on economic and policy analysis across a wide range of public expenditure areas, programme evaluation and project appraisal. His previous role was based in the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport’s Economic and Financial Evaluation Unit. Before joining the Civil Service, Daniel worked as an economic researcher and policy analyst at the Institute for International and European Affairs (IIEA), Policy Network and Dáil Éireann. Daniel holds a B.A. in Economics and Political Science from Trinity College Dublin and an MSc. in Public Policy from University College London. Marie-Claire Hughes is a Third Secretary in the Ireland, UK and Americas Division at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Originally from Belfast, she graduated from the London School of Economics in 2014 with a BSc in International Relations. Before joining the Department, Marie-Claire worked for a media organisation in the UK and completed a traineeship at the EU Committee of the Regions in Brussels.

14:15 to 15:00
International Student Panel Discussion
Presented by: Parvez Mulani, Stephen O'Flynn, ICOS, Miriam Carney
This panel will look at the graduate opportunities available and rights of international students in Ireland and will tackle issues such as visa, networking and where to find support. This is a must attend seminar for any international students and graduates.

15:10 to 15:55
Key skills required by companies hiring tech graduates
Presented by: Grainne Horgan Accenture, John Farrelly EY, Liz Kingston Workday, Patrick Clarke Salesforce, Stephen Walsh PwC
Graduates with the right technical skills can find work in both indigenous and multinational companies in the ICT sector. The Irish owned tech industry is flourishing and is constantly developing new, cutting edge products. This industry lead panel discussion will feature experts from the areas of Technology who will give graduates an insight into what key skills they must obtain to lead to a successful career within the ICT sector.

16:00 to 16:45
The Pitch Coach
Presented by: Catherine Moonan, Pitch Coach for RTÉ's 'Dragons' Den'
This seminar will aim to give the participants tips around pitching, presenting, interviews and public speaking. These tips will be based on my own experience training and coaching in effective communication and presentation skills since 2002. I will also include tips from the wide range of industry experts I interviewed for my book 'The Pitch Coach', recently published by Liberties Press.

Catherine Moonan

Catherine Moonan

Catherine Moonan is the author of ‘The Pitch Coach’, published by Liberties Press in January 2016. Catherine set up Communication Matters in 2002 to provide training and coaching in Communication and Presentation Skills. Since then, Catherine has trained individuals and corporate groups within a wide range of business sectors. Catherine is an Associate Trainer with SureSkills and the Irish Management Institute (IMI). Catherine is the Pitch Coach on RTÉ’s ‘Dragons’ Den’, having successfully coached over 500 contestants on all the series to date and helped them to secure over €4 million investment.

13:20 to 14:05
The Quarter-Life Coach
Presented by: Paula Coogan, The Quarter-Life Coach
Have you reached a point in your 20s or 30s where you are asking yourself 'Is this it?' Are you dis-satisfied with your personal relationships and present accomplishments? Are you struggling to make decisions as to what to do next? Do you feel that everyone is doing much better or is much happier than you are? Then this seminar is for you and will explore: The common triggers and symptoms of 'meltdown mode' What's really at the core of a Quarter Life Crisis The two questions you are asking yourself that are keeping you STUCK in a rut The 3 things you NEED to know to move forward And.. I will share with you exactly what steps you need to take to start making real progress in your life! Looking forward to seeing you there!

Paula Coogan, The Quarter-Life Coach

Paula Coogan is The Quarter Life Coach, Ireland's leading expert on The Quarter Life Crisis. Over the past 5 years, she has worked with hundreds of individuals in their 20s and 30s who were stuck in a rut and she has helped them transform their lives. Through 1-1 coaching and group programmes, Paula guides you to get completely clear on what you want from your life and career, and then she supports you to make it happen. Paula regularly features as a guest expert in national print and radio media.