The following staff are dedicated to embedding enterprise and employability in the curriculum and providing support for students.
Richard Sant and Hannah Breslin work with staff across UAL to support engagement with the Creative Attributes Framework and embed enterprise and employability within the curriculum. They work with College leads to support curriculum development, validation and revalidation to ensure courses offer high-quality employability and enterprise learning opportunities.
- Head of Careers and Employability - Richard Sant
- Educational Developer - Employability - Hannah Breslin
Employability Practitioners deliver student-facing careers support across all UAL Colleges. This includes: one-to-one CV checks, extra-curricular employability workshops and co-curricular employability sessions. If you're interested in arranging employability workshops for your course, please contact the relevant practitioner for your College from the list below:
- Chelsea and Camberwell - Lewis Campbell (Employability Practitioner)
- CSM - Ruth Annett (Employability Practitioner)
- LCF - Contact the Graduate Futures team at LCF to discuss support they offer
- LCC and Wimbledon - Zoe Tynan-Campbell (Employability Practitioner)
Zoe Tynan-Campbell is also our Enterprise in the Curriculum Specialist across UAL, and can be contacted to discuss ideas around enterprise and live briefs that are linked to the curriculum.
- Enterprise Practitioner - Emma Thatcher (provides enterprise support and workshops - UAL wide)
- Intellectual Property Lecturer - Roxanne Peters (provides IP workshops and advice - UAL wide)
- Creative Shift - Sat Sehmbey (supports widening participation students - UAL wide)
- Academic Coordinator LCC - Ellen Hanceri (LCC only)
The LCC Academic Coordinator works to raise the profile of practice, enhancement and scholarly debate into enterprise and employability pedagogy, acting as a valuable link within between the college and Careers and Employability.