All roles for this Unit must be pre-approved and authorised by the respective Work Integrated Learning - Workplace - Co-ordinator. Credit will not be approved retrospectively for unauthorised activities.
BBB3100 - Business Integrated Learning
Prior approval/authorisation from the Work Integrated Learning Department must be received before students can enrol in this unit. Students should refer to staff in the Centre for Work Integrated Learning, College of Business, by email to [email protected] (or at G302 @ FP, or FS 1047 @ CF) for further information relating to registration and preparation for the WIL Program as well as details on the established criteria and procedures for enrolment and successful completion.
|1.||Navigate their own professional role in a multi-disciplinary team/workplace exemplifying the values and ethics inherent in their professional identity;|
|2.||Resolve professional and interprofessional challenges through negotiation and collaboratiion, ensuring acceptable solutions;|
|3.||Evidence the maturation of personal and professional skills advocated for an ethical, contemporary professional in their chosen sector;|
|4.||Network strategically selecting professional contacts within their organisation and industry sector; and|
|5.||Integrate critical thinking, effective decision-making and professional judgement whilst reflecting on the role that culture, values and individual dispositions have in achieving the team's/workplace goals.|
|Report||Analysis of the Professional Landscape||20%|
|Assignment||Reflective Skills Audit||30%|
|Portfolio||Evidence-based Career Portfolio including Video resume||40%|
Becoming a Master Manager: A Competing Values Approach 6th ed.
Quinn, R., Bright, D., Faerman, S., Thompson, M., & McGrath, M. (2015).
Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
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