Do your students find it difficult to translate their academic work into transferable employability skills? This workshop with Dr Thomas Carey will help you to gain new knowledge and skills to develop employability skills in your own programs, and support your students in making the 'connection.'

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Do your students find it difficult to translate their academic work into transferable employability skills? Attend this workshop to gain new knowledge and skills to support your students in making the 'connection.'

Recent advances in developing Employability Skills are helping learners to recognize how the capabilities they develop in their academic programs can transfer into other workplace settings. This workshop will use an example from a Canadian Workplace-Higher Ed collaboration to illustrate some of the issues arising in transfer of such generic skills across contexts. Participants will apply the lessons from this example – and experiences shared by other participants – to the development of Employability Skills in their own programs.

Who should attend?

All UQ staff working on employability initiatives

Benefits of attending

  • Understand how to improve translation and/or transfer of academic work to employability initiatives and narratives for students
  • Gain access to new learning resources and frameworks
  • Reflect, share and learn how to apply lessons learned to an existing challenge in your course  

About Teaching and Learning Week 2018

UQ's annual Teaching and Learning Week ran from Monday 29 October to Friday 2 November 2018.

Teaching and Learning Week is an opportunity for the UQ community to celebrate and share innovative and excellent teaching and learning practices that inspire students, through a range of workshops, lectures and social events.

About T&L Week 2018

Venue

Learning Innovation Building (17), St Lucia campus
Room: 
202