Jan 2020

28th January 2020 All Bar One Event type: Social

Our first social of 2020 brings us to the lovely Leicester Square at the stylish All Bar One!

About this Event

Come along and indulge in cocktails, wine and sharing plates – a perfect place to chill after work. It’s a great opportunity to meet other Jaycees in an area specifically booked for us.

Feel free to bring your friends and check our Facebook page to get the latest updates.

See you there!

Dress Code: Smart Casual

Feb 2020

01st February 2020 Federation House Event type: National

Are you ready for an inspiring and impactful 2020? JCI Manchester is hosting Kickstart a day to welcome JCI members and the general public

About this Event
With a keynote speaker from Alveena Malik of One Million Mentors and sessions from UK change-makers the day is set to give you the kick start to make an impact in 2020.

The lunchtime break will include a 30 minute Invisible city walking tour

The ticket price includes lunch, tea/coffee, a 30 minute Invisible Manchester city walking tour and a goody bag.

So if you’re wanting to find out how you can make a positive change in 2020 then book on today.

04th February 2020 Archbishop Tenison High School Event type: Community

Do you remember going to your very first interview? Time to turn back the clock – with you on the other side!

About this Event

Young Chamber is a community initiative led by the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry aimed at helping young people in those crucial developmental years to understand the working world and develop key skills to prepare them for the future.

As an organisation passionate about skill development and the younger generation, JCI London regular partakes in the Young Chamber Mock Interviews where participants will gain a critical insight into the role of an interviewer. You will have the chance to review students’ CVs and advise them on key tips and skills to shape them for the real thing!

05th February 2020 London School of Business and Finance Event type: Training

What do I need to do in order for me to get noticed at work?

About this Event

What do I have to do in order to get recognition and be appreciated for my efforts?

I’ve not received a bonus or promotion, why?

On February 5th JCI London will be running another training event titled, “Excelling in the Workplace”

This session will answer the questions above, and others you might already have.

The objective is to provide you with the skillset required to strive to be the best worker you can be in the workplace. All challenges you have will be addressed, including key tips on how to tackle them.

If you are interested, click on the link below to get early bird tickets, see you there!

12th February 2020 London School of Business and Finance Event type: Training

Have you recently finished University and landed your first job?

About this Event

Are you finding the transition from education to the working world challenging?

Would you like support on how to adapt to your new environment?

Jumping in to the ‘real world’ can be daunting, stressful and challenging, especially if you’re not prepared and you don’t know what to expect.

Whether you’re waiting to start your new job or you’re already working, the purpose of this workshop is to provide young professionals with the skills necessary to make the smooth transition from leaving formal education to entering the professional working world.

27th February 2020 London School of Business and Finance Event type: Training

Are great public speakers born or made? Is public-speaking still relevant in today’s digital society?

About this Event

This keynote will look at the ingredients behind memorable speeches and speakers. We will begin by covering the one key question anybody must ask themselves before preparing a speech.

We will follow-on by looking at some of the misconceptions behind speech delivery and how they negatively impact nervous speakers looking to build up their skills. Finally, we will look at the cardinal rules every public speaker should know regardless of the context in which they are speaking.

Join us for an interactive workshop delving into the basic premise of public speaking and the key elements needed to be a successful speaker!

Your Facilitator: FLORIAN BAY

Mar 2020

07th March 2020 Event type: National

JCI UK’s Public Speaking Academy is back by popular demand in 2020. The highly acclaimed Academy is all about helping delegates to take their speaking skills to the next level, no matter what the starting point. Over two days, delegates will cover:

  • Owning the stage – charisma, body language and connecting with your audience
  • Storytelling – communicating your message and your values
  • Writing an impactful speech – structure, language and clarity
  • JCI competitions – tips for debating and extempore

Our trainers are experienced JCI members and senators. Each with their own style and experiences, they will ensure a holistic learning environment to suit the different personalities, strengths and ambitions of our delegates. There will be plenty of opportunities throughout the weekend for participants to practice and receive constructive feedback. A supportive and fun atmosphere is guaranteed! Push yourself outside of your comfort zones and give it a go!

The Academy is always in high demand and with limited capacity so to give our delegates the best experience, early booking is advised. Your booking is not confirmed until payment is received.


Trainer: Sarah Beckwith – Past National President for JCI UK 2016

Trainer: Solveig Malvik – Past National President for JCI UK 2012

Ticket costs:

Early bird rates – book by 26th January 2020

  • JCI Member £79 *
  • Non JCI Member £159

Regular rate – book from 27th January 2020 until 1st March 8pm

  • JCI Member £89
  • Non JCI Member £199

In addition to the training, tickets include:

  • Tea, coffee, and other soft drinks on both days
  • Lunch on both the Saturday and Saturday

Please note – the ticket does NOT include accommodation and should delegates want this, they are required to arrange, book and pay this themselves for example by using

Cancellation policy

To be eligible for a 100% refund, cancellations must be notified, in writing, no later than 27th January 2020. To be eligible for a 50% refund, cancellations must be notified, in writing, no later than 15th February 2020. All refunds will be subject to any administration fees being deducted. Any cancellations received after 15th February 2020 will not be eligible for a refund.