The latest news on Battersea Academy for skills & employment (BASE)
Virtually everyone gets rejected for a job at some point in their lives – and some never hear back from the interviewer. Here’s why great candidates may not get the job.
Find out how Issop Koheeallee went from a volunteer around the borough of Wandsworth to a runner at the renowned seafood restaurant, Wright Bros, at Battersea Power Station’s Circus West Village, with help from BASE.
We spoke to Brayan Clavijo about wanting to be part of the Battersea Power Station development and how BASE matched his skillset with the perfect career as a Night Porter for Portico.
Meet James Moran, Aftercare Manager at Battersea Power Station Estate Management Company, and learn about his recruitment experience through BASE Skills Academy – Connecting exceptional people with exciting careers at Battersea Power Station.
As the restoration of Battersea Power Station continues, this iconic building is becoming a draw for small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
Have you outgrown your job? Perhaps you want a whole different career? It can be challenging when so many job specs seem to require previous experience in a similar position. However, with a few key strategies it’s possible to reinvent your career using the experience and skills you already have.
Congratulations! You’ve been called in for a job interview. This means that you’ve passed the first hurdle to getting a job and most likely have all of the skills and qualifications the job requires. The hardest task now is to differentiate yourself from the equally qualified candidates who have also been asked to interview.
It’s that time of year again. With January just around the corner we often find ourselves making New Year’s resolutions that, all too often, are broken by February. What if you could use this yearly ritual as an opportunity to jump-start your journey towards the career of your dreams?
People take career breaks for many reasons. Parenting, travel, volunteering, and education are only a few of the ways employees can be enriched by a career break. However, they all have one thing in common: when you are ready to return to work, potential employers will want to know why you took a break and why you want to go back to work.