Last modified: 27 Feb 2018 17:29
Increasingly carers, teachers and lecturers are expected to take responsibility for aspects of curriculum and careers guidance and the preparation of their youngsters for lifelong learning, education for work and enterprise.
This module would benefit all education staff, community and health workers whose daily work impinges on such areas.
The module covers aspects of all areas below:
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
|Campus||Old Aberdeen||Sustained Study||No|
• the changing society, concepts of work, careers and lifelong learning
• concepts and theoretical aspects of careers/vocational choice and enterprise education
• policies supporting careers information/guidance/education and enterprise
• cross curricular aspects and the contribution of subject departments to education for the world of work, curriculum and career guidance
• the design and delivery of the careers education programme including resources such as Career Box, Determined to Succeed, Get into Enterprise,
• special focus delivery, lesson planning and supporting self-awareness
• preparation for the world of work including work experience, lifelong learning and enterprise education
• liaison and partnership working with agencies
• structured interviews, profiling, and computerised monitoring and tracking programmes
• curriculum and careers guidance inventories/software/databases and websites §
quality assurance and identification of enterprise development
• supporting transition stages, including subject choice procedures,
• qualifications, training routes, Further and Higher Education courses, entry requirements, electronic UCAS and application procedures
This course is open to teachers, lecturers and other professionals with appropriate qualifications and experience working within an educational or education related context. A reasonable ability in ICT will be necessary to cope with blended learning delivery
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
Each module assessment will now include two formatives, each allocated 25% of the final grade with 50% of the assessment grade allocated to the summative submission. This will be equivalent to 8,000 words as required for all PGT 30 credit modules and account for a range of assessment reporting formats which will remain criteria based.
There are no assessments for this course.