Employability Points

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Canterbury City Council

Canterbury City Council is the local government authority in Canterbury.

About

Canterbury City Council provides district council services to around 150,000 people living in Canterbury, Herne Bay, Whitstable and the surrounding villages. These services include rubbish and recycling collections, parks and gardens, public toilets, council tax and housing benefit, tourism, planning applications, licensing, economic development, town and city centre management, foreshore services, festivals and museums. The council employs around 500 staff. There are 50 elected councillors and the council is run by a Conservative administration.

Rewards 2017-18

Canterbury City Council are offering two work experiences, one in the Business Development team and one in Tourism, specifically focused on promoting Canterbury.

Additionally Canterbury City Council are sponsoring the prize category Highest Scoring Student from the Faculty of Humanities through the provision of £200 Amazon voucher.

Lastly, Canterbury City Council have sponsored the printing costs for the promotion of the EP Scheme.

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2016-17

Canterbury City Council procided two paid internships, one in the Business Development team and one in Tourism. Additionally they sponsored a Highest Points Prize, as well as the printing costs for the promotion of the EP Scheme.

2015-16

Canterbury City Council provided a paid 3-month internship in the Business Development team, as well as £200 Amazon vouchers for the highest scoring student from the Faculty of Humanities.

2014-15

Canterbury City Council provided one paid 3-month internship in the Business Development team, as well as awarding the highest scoring student from the Faculty of Humanities with £200 Amazon vouchers.

2013-14

Canterbury City Council provided a iPad Mini to the highest scoring Humanities student and also provided the printing the EP Rewards Night.

2012-13

The student, involved in the Employability Points Scheme, with the highest amount of employability points from the Kent Business School will be awarded with an iPad Mini.

2011-12

The council offered 2 work experience placements for students interested in local authority and marketing in the communications and marketing department.

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Employability Points scheme - © University of Kent

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Last Updated: 06/09/2017