|1.||Consolidate and synthesise discipline specific skills, to transferrable employability skills and labour-market trends to determine employment and career progression opportunities;|
|2.||Critically reflect upon personal attributes, strengths and values and explore the implications and opportunities these present for a successful transition to employment;|
|3.||Demonstrate a range of career planning skills including job search strategies, application writing, interview techniques, networking and personal marketing; and|
|4.||Demonstrate the application of their learning through a placement or project in an authentic industry setting (WIL component).|
|Exercise||A draft job application including a resume and responses to key selection criteria||20%|
|Essay||Short essay linking values and attributes to a practice framework for a specific career path.||30%|
|Portfolio||A portfolio of activities demonstrating readiness for transition from education to employment.||50%|
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