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Online
13 July 2020 to 14 July 2020

Going Digital - Expanded, Enhanced and Engineered

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Webinar
15 July 2020

Cambridgeshire companies often do well at the Queen’s Awards each year. Winning one of the prestigious annual Queen’s Awards is not only a chance for some positive publicity but can boost both sales and employee engagement. But the region could do even better! Come and find out how and why you should enter. 

Online Workshop
13 July 2020 to 16 July 2020

This online masterclass will help you decide which flexible work practice works for your business, and prepare you for the change.

Twitter
14 July 2020

This virtual jobs fair, run by the Dept for Work and Pensions, North & East Midlands Group, is aimed at the Production, Logistics and Warehouse Sectors. Again this will be employers from across our local cluster of Jobcentres Ely, Cambridge, Huntingdon and Wisbech. It will be run via their Twitter account @JCPinCambs. #cambsjobfair

Live Webinar https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/972508547169028111
14 July 2020

Next week, the HR Dept will be joined by Bishop Fleming to discuss Flexible Furlough and how it can be used by your business. Register today to secure your space:

Zoom
14 July 2020

First and foremost, businesses must ensure the safety and wellbeing of their employees, then begin planning for post COVID-19 working conditions. This will include securing financial sustainability, assessing the resilience of supply chains and reinforcing essential systems to support unprecedented levels of remote working.

Online
14 July 2020

Science communication and publishing can be attractive career options for those with training and skills in STEM. Publishing has diversified to cover a broad range of activities, from editorial, production or technology to community engagement, and thus, it offers diverse career options for those looking to take the jump from the bench into publishing, as well as for those with experience in publishing aiming to build and progress their career in that industry.

Online
14 July 2020

The growing threat of financial loss and business disruption from a cyber breach has placed security amongst the top priorities for organisations of all sizes. Led by Cyber Business Growth this session will focus on the trends we are seeing in the techniques and tactics of the threat actors and why SMEs are considered to be a soft target.

Online: live, instructor-led virtual classroom training
14 July 2020 to 16 July 2020

Our software training course provides independent training in the use of Thermo Xcalibur software for both instrument acquisition and data analysis.

Webinar
14 July 2020

The jump from being a Product Manager to overseeing Product Managers/Owners is a big one. Most product leaders have little internal peer support for understanding and defining their roles. Our challenges demand fresh skills and organizational strategies, even as product-level work pulls us back into execution mode.

Online webinar tuition by Cambridge TV Training
14 July 2020

Learn video editing software from home in our three-part webinar course.

Online
15 July 2020

The first seminar in our series will be given by Sarah Teichmann, Head of Cellular Genetics, who will present on the Human Cell Atlas: Mapping the human body one cell at a time.

Online
15 July 2020

The Government has said that by 2035 all new car sales must be of electric vehicles. Is this feasible?

Online
15 July 2020

In this session we will look at how tech and other businesses can protect staff from online harassment by users or customers, what an employer's obligations are in relation to such, or similar, issues, and protecting your business from cyber or socially engineered attacks or data leaks.

Online webinar tuition by Cambridge TV Training
15 July 2020

A two part practical training webinar to learn how to make better videos with your smartphone.

Online
16 July 2020

The Cambridge Network recruitment team is back, with our second Virtual Recruitment event of 2020!

Online Webinar
16 July 2020

Get your biggest company culture questions answered in a live q&a with Culture Consultant Lizzie Benton, from Liberty Mind Ltd.

Online
16 July 2020

The only aspect of the future we can be certain about is that things will change. These changes may be small, or they may be significant, they may be changes that we welcome, or that we feel anxious about. Whatever the change, we can help ourselves by approaching the situation positively and proactively. This workshop is appropriate for anyone who is interested understanding change and learning how to ensure that change has a positive influence on their lives.

Getting data to make decisions - sensors & existing data
Webinar
16 July 2020

This is the fourth webinar in Green Custard's 'Smarter with IoT' series. It will explore how to find possible sources of data that already exist in your organisation, how to make use of them, and what sensors could be used to gain extra data - all to make better-informed decisions.

Webinar
17 July 2020

Join us on Friday, July 17 @ 3:00 PM BST (10:00 AM EST / 7.30 PM IST) for an exciting start to Season 2 of o2h ChaiTimes with “The best of American and British Entrepreneurs to build a successful Biotech Therapeutic Venture

Online
17 July 2020

The Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) is an annual event that we eagerly anticipate, where we look forward to meeting our valued customers, and friends, and showcasing our work, good news and innovations. COVID-19 might have made face-to-face interaction impossible this year, but we are determined not to let it stop us creating a buzz and sharing an exciting RIAT Techno Zone experience, nonetheless.

Online
17 July 2020

Dr. Ann Sofie Cloots, member of the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge, and Dr. Pali Surdhar, Chief Security Officer at Cambridge-based nCipher, will discuss the security and legal risks connected to the usage of blockchain and smart contracts in the context of immunity passports. They will introduce the topics of blockchain and smart contracts broadly, in a non-technical way, before relating them to the current issue of immunity passports and discussing in more detail the risks and benefits associated to these recent technological opportunities when it comes to dealing with emergency measures.

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