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					                   PRACTICE E-TRAY EXERCISE VIA WEBCT
                       ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS FOR
                        CURRENT STUDENTS ONLY



HOW TO ACCESS THE E-TRAY                     FEEDBACK AND DATA PROTECTION

Current students and members of staff can    We welcome your feedback on how you
access the practice e-tray exercise, and     found the e-tray exercise and supporting
supporting information regarding e-tray      information   in    WebCT. When       you
exercises, via WebCT, as follows:            complete the exercise you have an option
                                             to submit a Reflection Form which will be
                                             reviewed by a member of the careers
Go to WebCT via:                             team.
www.weblearn.bham.ac.uk
                                             Your contact details will only be used for
Click on ‘Self Enrolment’ on the left-hand   the purpose of contacting you for feedback
menu.                                        and not for any other purpose. You can
                                             also give us your comments by emailing
Select ‘Careers – E-Tray Exercise’           us at careers-centre@bham.ac.uk.

Enter your user name and password, click
‘Login’.

You will be advised that your enrolment
was successful.

The course will then been added to your
personal course list on WebCT, and will
appear each time you log on to the
system.




                                             A handout entitled ‘A Guide to In-Tray
FURTHER SUPPORT                              Exercises’ is available from the Careers
                                             Centre, or online via the Careers Centre
Careers Advisers – Careers Advisers are      website at www.careers.bham.ac.uk.
available, via the drop-in Advice Desk, if   (Click on ‘Applications and Recruitment
you would like to discuss e-tray exercises   Processes’, followed by ‘Assessment
or any other aspects of recruitment          Centres’ and ‘Typical Exercises’)
processes
                                             This handout provides further information
Reference books - reference books and        on in-tray and e-tray exercises as well as
handouts including information on a range    additional links and resources for practice
of assessment centre exercises are           exercises.
available in The Careers Centre.

Our website at www.careers.bham.ac.uk




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