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Developing transferable skills in higher education

Shauna Horgan

Developing transferable skills in higher education

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by Shauna Horgan

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Thesis (M.A.) - University of Surrey, 1996.

StatementShauna Horgan.
ContributionsUniversity of Surrey. Department of Educational Studies., Roehampton Institute London.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19356238M

Think of a time you negotiated to positive results! Employers have different priorities and expectations about organising, delivering and communicating work, which you may not be familiar with — so avoid making under-researched assumptions. I — Ice Breakers. And this zip line brought you back to life. Now is the time to identify your future from your past.

One simple way to do this is to find announcements for jobs in which you would be interested. The current job market and the recent global recession have created a competitive situation in the labour market where the people with most skills, knowledge and job experience are more competitive than their counterparts. Employers normally use the following criteria to assess the communication skills of potential employees; whether they can speak and write effectively, whether they can understand the message that is being relayed, whether they can conduct oral and written presentations to communicate information to other co-workers Foster Any work experience you have will benefit your new place of work, even if the environments are totally different. This is valuable experience that any place of work benefits from.

But you may be more able than you think. Interpersonal communication may be the most important of all, according to Ramsey. These skills are also necessary in developing the holistic nature of the student which will allow them to advance their careers professionally. These labels include both cognitive and non-cognitive skills- such as critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, effective communication, motivation, persistence, and learning to learn.


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Examples include: Presentation — Clear communication to others, visual representation of concepts, passing knowledge over to others clearly. Show that you have considered how to acquire the skill before, or while, working for them — or at least compensate for its lack.

There is an old saying that working with college students keeps you young at heart. This book is an excellent guide to the skills they will need as they make that move. Now imagine two toddlers learning to play together.

Recruiting new people is resource-heavy so employers will be looking for people whose interest, even passion, for the job is demonstrated in the way they prepared for the recruitment process.

Focus on what you can do for the employerrather than what you want from them. L — Learning. Everything you do has the potential to help you gain and develop transferable skills.

As a result, I have to find a new job in a new area. Julie is one of the key contributors to the RDF.

Developing Transferable Skills

You need to consider their needs and respond appropriately. Not for the employee and not for the employer. Get into freelancing.

The kind of exhilaration that reminds you that are always Developing transferable skills in higher education book at heart. This skill is huge when building trust, especially with supervisors, at any job or on any team.

Use this as a jumping-off point to write a complete list of your transferable skills. When a campus is in crisis, people look to the student affairs professional to provide insight, support and advice. Here's a nice hitlist of transferable skills from Princeton.

U — Unity and Social Justice. Compare your qualifications to those listed in them. Transferable skills are the accomplishments and understandings you have developed in various situations that can be used in many other situations. Clearly, you need to combat these assumptions.

She is currently advocate for Graduate Studies at the University of Surrey.Transferable Skills for College Students: The Secret to Getting a Job. by Mark Rowh But is it enough? In a competitive world, developing transferable skills can greatly enhance your job prospects and employability.

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These labels include both cognitive and non-cognitive skills- such as critical thinking.Aug 05,  · Personal Transferable Skills have been placed on the higher education agenda, ebook by ebook recognition that there is the need for a flexible, adaptable workforce as we move into the twenty-first century, and by the requirements of both employers and students that graduates can make an immediate contribution to any job galisend.com by: