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Employability skills

There is a widely acknowledged gap between academic learning and the additional skills graduates need to succeed in the workplace. A desire to leave university ‘work ready’ has become a main factor in applicants’ decision-making when choosing where to study.


Set against this background, universities face unprecedented challenges in recruiting and retaining students.


BeReady helps to solve all of these issues. With our CPD accredited employability skills training, you can provide your students with the tools they need to secure a job and flourish after they graduate, while improving recruitment and retention.

With key topics including communication, resilience and self-confidence, our employability skills training programme helps students adjust to life on campus and be ready for life after university.


The content, which can be used to attract learning credits if required, will inspire young people to engage in self-development, providing an invaluable addition to CVs, and helping them to thrive at university and beyond.

Flexible online micro-learning content

In today’s technological age, students are used to having easily accessible, engaging content at their fingertips, and on any device.

Broken down into bite-sized chunks, the BeReady programme meets these learner needs. It comprises online micro-learning modules in the form of interactive videos on the key topics. Animations and quizzes help enrich and consolidate learning.

Track success

We also make it easy to gather key analysis and insights into your BeReady employability skills programme.

Through your university’s bespoke BeReady platform, you’ll be able to log in and track each student’s engagement, completion rates and outcomes.

Developing Leadership Skills

Foundations of Communication

Foundations of Resilience

Starting the Job Hunt

Applying for Jobs and Apprenticeships

Interviews and Assessment Centres

It is an excellent course that provides our students with an understanding of the future career application process. It tells us what skills are required to apply in a really competitive work environment and this is really important for those who are currently looking for jobs.

Peter Wong
UCLU Economist’s Society, University College London

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NESi (National Employability Skills Initiative) mission

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