David Winter




David is a careers consultant, coach and trainer working at The Careers Group, University of London. He also has a passion for helping other career practitioners to enrich their work and be more effective. For some strange reason, he enjoys blogging about career theory and research on his blog Careers - in Theory.

In the dim and distant past, David gained a degree in Physics from Oxford and worked in scientific publishing for a number of years before joining The Careers Group in 1994 and gaining a diploma in Careers Guidance from the University of Reading.

As well as advising undergraduates, postgraduates and staff in a number of University of London colleges, he has worked as a consultant at C2 for almost 10 years, dealing with a wide range of professionals contemplating career change, career development and other issues.

He has designed, delivered and managed a number of consultancy projects with organisations such as the BMA, the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, the Science Museum, the Mental Health Foundation, the Institute of Physics, Cancer Research UK, Fitch Ratings and Prospects trade union. This work has involved training sessions on topics including career management, successful job hunting, team-building, negotiation skills, communication skills and stress management. Other projects have involved writing continuing professional development materials and advising employers on graduate recruitment strategies.

David is also involved in training and mentoring other careers professionals and is a tutor on the Advanced Guidance Skills course run by the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Service.

More info: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidanthonywinter

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Learn how to make effective decisions about your future career and how to take control your professional development by honing your critical thinking and employability skills. Suitable for anyone undertaking some form of study, regardless of academic discipline, interests or employment background.

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