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Dave Tynan Director, OAKE Europe www.oake-europe.co.uk. OAKE Europe. based in Manchester UK 2 full time staff and 6 part time staff 5 Associates who work as required Currently running 6 projects EU and UK Nationally funded. VIDEO In the UK - Working with large scale provider.

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Dave tynan director oake europe www oake europe co uk

Dave Tynan

Director, OAKE Europe

www.oake-europe.co.uk


Oake europe

OAKE Europe

  • based in Manchester UK

  • 2 full time staff and 6 part time staff

  • 5 Associates who work as required

  • Currently running 6 projects

    • EU and UK Nationally funded


Video in the uk working with large scale provider

VIDEO In the UK - Working with large scale provider

  • Job Centre Plus -UK Governments Employment Agency

  • Manchester City Council

    - 3rd largest Metroplitan Council in UK

  • Problems of small SME being

    able to access large providers


Video in uk working with other local ngo sme s

VIDEO in UK working with other local NGO/SME’s

  • Local partnerships

  • Commitment’s in Communities

  • Ex Cell

  • Peoples Voice Media

    Benefits that it brings a range of skills

    – we are not big enough to do it alone

    but in partnership we can.


Video project in the uk

VIDEO Project in the UK

Desk top research in the UK – but also world wide to identify current uptake of VIDEO CV

Feeding back to the original reports and outputs by developing the tools

Testing the tool by creating 2 samples. 23 people recruited and trained 3 followed up and submitted their CV’s


Basic considerations

Basic Considerations

  • Technology – we have Peoples Voice Media who are skilled an experienced in this area.

  • Training and support – both Peoples Voice Media and Ex Cell found this the most rewarding


Impact on local partners

Impact on local partners

  • Better networks

  • Additional funding

  • Increased skills

  • Better trained staff

  • Improved job seeking skills for those who took part in the sample


Conclusions

Conclusions

The service needs to be simple, cheap and easily available.

A web based system is likely to be the most effective. Although the service should be as cheap and free as possible, security and IPR issues still need to be addressed – probably through registration.

Examples of existing CV/resume sites include:

http://www.resumetube.com/

http://www.cvtv.ca/

http://www.talkingcv.com/

http://www.cvizz.com/


Conclusions1

Conclusions

The service would be ideal for smaller companies, charities, NGOs, etc. that do not have the human resource / recruitment capabilities of larger organisations.

Already companies are using sites such as YouTube to advertise their recruitment opportunities, while individuals use the sites to advertise themselves.

Examples can be seen at:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YeXt31NUiI (KPMG advice)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmsP14aDVjc

(JP Morgan)

These could also be used

for signposting/training for VIDEO


Conclusions2

Conclusions

All potential stakeholders need to be involved in the development of an effective service.

This is to ensure that all needs are met and that all stakeholders retain a sense of ‘ownership’ in the system.


Conclusions3

Conclusions

  • All users of the system need to have relevant training in effective ways of presentation and use.

  • The service would be ideal to help people develop their CV and presentational skills as part of a life long learning process.

  • A number of CV training and advice sites exist that give guidance regarding the kinds of material and presentational skills that are effective could be used as potential training materials.


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