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For University Students – How to be Employable
A practical tool for university students. How do I ensure that I get a job after graduating with my degree? This handout gives you 8 practical strategies - to take control during university.

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For Teaching Academics – How to Embed Employability into Teaching
University teaching academics (lecturers, professors, tutors ...) are the number one stakeholder who can influence whether or not students are employable upon graduation.It is essential that we embed employability and careers into teaching, learning and assessment.But How?This Handout provides 8 practical strategies.

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For University Students – How to be a World Leader Now

One of the main reasons many people enrol in university is to become change agents. Many university students (and graduates) want to change our world for the better. Here are 8 practical strategies - How to be a World Leader NOW - while you are still a University Student.


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For University Staff – How to Advance your Career
Universities are major employers. Universities have increasingly varied and rewarding career opportunities. Today, classification of university careers into academic and professional no longer makes sense. This change can prove confusing for people attracted to and working within university careers.How can university staff take control of their careers? How do we ensure that our university careers are lucrative, rewarding and valued? How do we succeed in promotion and career progression?Here are 8 practical strategies.

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Spiral Identity Employability Tool
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IASK Assessment Employability Tool
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Student Employability Skills Self Assessment Tool
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What about university for my millennial son or daughter?
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Enacting Strategies to Advance Graduate Employability

Bennett, D. (2014, June) Enacting Strategies to Advance Graduate Employability. Australian Office for Learning & Teaching Conference, Sydney, Australia.

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Providing Biosciences undergraduates with a good learning experience whilst enhancing their employability

Fahnert, B. (2014, April/May). Providing Biosciences undergraduates with a good learning experience whilst enhancing their employability: The Competencies Development Scheme(CDS) at Cardiff School of Biosciences.HEA STEM Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2014: Enhancing the STEM Student Journey, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

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The Graduating project

Funston, A., &. Lee, N. (2014) ‘The Graduating Project: A crossdisciplinary inquirybased capstone in Arts’, in John Carfora and Patrick Blessinger (eds.) Inquiry Based Learning for Faculty and Institutional Development: A Conceptual and Practical Resource for Educators. Emerald.

Graduate Employability: How can universities best support students to develop generic skills?

Jollands, M. (2014, June) Graduate Employability: How can universities best support students to develop generic skills? Presented at Australian Office for Learning & Teaching Conference, Sydney, Australia

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Capstones across disciplines: Synthesising theory, practice and policy to provide practical tools for curriculum design

Lee, N. (2014, June) Capstones across disciplines: Synthesising theory, practice and policy to provide practical tools for curriculum design. Presented at Australian Office for Learning & Teaching Conference, Sydney, Australia.

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Teaching Personal and Professional Development for Food Scientists

Weston, Emma and Wayte, Judith.(2014,April/May). Teaching Personal and Professional Development for Food Scientists. HEA STEM Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

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