The latest news bulletin from the University of Chichester

uni of chichester newsHave a read of the bi-monthly bulletin from the University of Chichester, keeping you up to date with their latest business news and research! This edition includes a date for the Recruitment and Careers Fair, Secret to success advice, health and safety for the workplace and the annual school of rock event.


  • Recruit new talent

Want to meet some prospective employees with great potential? Register now for a stand at our Recruitment and Careers Fair on the Bishop Otter Campus on Thursday 15 October 2015, 9am to 2pm.

This is a great opportunity for businesses to meet our current students and graduates, promote opportunities and even recruit new employees.
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  • Award winner’s secret to success

Bognor Regis based workwear company Krowmark are the 2015 winners of the Observer and Gazette Business Awards Overall Business of the Year and put their success down to delivering exceptional customer service.

“We sell polo shirts, sweatshirts and fleeces, what makes our job exciting is the interaction with the customers,” said Mark Ponsford, MD of Krowmark. He added: “I always say, if I look after my customers my company will flourish.”

And they must be right, as the company also won the Customer Service Award, thanks to ‘their strong customer service ethos and the positive feedback from their customers.’
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  • Fit for the job

Experts from our Sports Performance and Rehabilitation Unit (SPRU) have been working with communications infrastructure company Arqiva to develop a job-related physical fitness standard to ensure workers are safe and effective in performing their duties.

This work forms part of SPRU’s occupational physiology research and support service, which aims to enhance the health, fitness, safety and performance of people undertaking physically demanding occupations by applying best practice and scientific knowledge to create client-focused solutions.
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  • Budding musicians take to stage

Nearly 100 budding musicians from local schools have taken part in our annual three-day ‘school of rock’ as part of the University’s widening participation programme.

The event gives 14 and 15 year olds an insight into university life and encourages them to reach their full potential through music.

Chi Rocks saw the students gain new skills through songwriting and recording. They spent three days working with musicians, business advisors and songwriters, before playing their music at a live showcase concert.
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