Author: Graham Gibbs
Publisher: Oxford Brookes University, Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development (May 2, 1994)
Category: Job Hunting & Careers
Size Fb2: 1608 kb
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Developing Students' Transferable Skills Paperback – May 2, 1994.
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An excellent book on how to assess and develop skills that are transferable from on career to another.
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Transferable skills are those that you develop as you progress through employment, education or training. Communication, problem solving and teamwork are all examples of transferable skills because they can be used in any employed role, your education or vocational training. As such, it is important that you emphasise your transferable skills throughout your application documents and during your interview. These skills can go a long way to persuading a potential employer that you are the perfect fit for their company, even if you don’t necessarily have the experience
Transferable skills are ones that apply in all professions.
Transferable skills are ones that apply in all professions. They are the foundation of all the professional success you will experience in this and other careers you may pursue over the years. You’ll find that you already have some of them to a greater or lesser degree, and if you are committed to making a success of your life, you’ll commit to further development of all of them.
Transferable skills are skills and abilities that are relevant and helpful across different areas of life: socially, professionally and at. .
Transferable skills are skills and abilities that are relevant and helpful across different areas of life: socially, professionally and at school. They are ‘portable skills’. The good news is that you already have transferable skills – you’ve developed such skills and abilities throughout your life, at school and perhaps at university, at home and in your social life, as well as through any experience in the work-place. It is often important that you can identify and give examples of the transferable skills that you have developed - this will go a long way to persuading prospective employers that you are right for the job.
independent learning approach; Student centered seminar
independent learning approach; Student centered seminar. Students learn well when they take responsibility for their learning (Gibbs & Habeshaw, 1989). Gibbs and Habeshaw (1989) further stated: Effective learners are autonomous: learners make their own decisions about how, when. and what to learn rather than passively following general advice (. 76). What types of transferable skills were expected to develop among students? - What were the methods used to assess the types of transferable skills developed.
Developing Transferable Skills - eBook
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