|1.||Consolidate and synthesise discipline specific knowledge and skills and demonstrate the application of these in a practical, real life setting;|
|2.||Demonstrate an understanding of discipline specific skills, transferrable employability skills and labour-market trends to determine employment and career progression opportunities;|
|3.||Critically reflect upon personal attributes, strengths and values as aligned to their discipline and explore the implications and opportunities these present for a successful transition to employment;|
|4.||Demonstrate a range of career planning skills including job search strategies, resume writing, interview techniques, networking and personal marketing.|
|Exercise||A discussion post identifying strengths and limitations with consideration to transferrable skills.||20%|
|Report||A report linking values and attributes to a discipline specific career path.||40%|
|Portfolio||A professional portfolio including a range of self-marketing activities demonstrating readiness for transition from education to employment.||40%|
Essential skills for Youth Work practice 2nd Edition
Sapin K, 2013
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