Presentation on theme: "Connecting GEES and the world of work: setting your agenda Pauline Kneale Director White Rose CETL Enterprise at Leeds."— Presentation transcript:
Connecting GEES and the world of work: setting your agenda Pauline Kneale Director White Rose CETL Enterprise at Leeds
What is the topic(s) / issue(s) you want to address? What line(s) of enquiry do you want to pursue? What is the best outcome(s) you can envisage ? How might you get there? World Café Objectives: To help define your agendas and desired outcomes
What for you would constitute success in terms of employability, enterprise education and/or the Leitch agenda? How can you design a path towards your desired destination(s)? World Café Objectives: Or put another way…………………
The most radical thing you can do is to introduce people to folks they dont know During the course of this session, make sure you go to tables with different people as the conversational rounds progress. This cross- pollination of ideas often produces surprising results that could not happen otherwise. World Café process
Is there institutional / departmental support? Who are your allies and champions? Who might resist and oppose? Are the students with you? Are there resource implications? What are the risks and dangers? Opportunities and Constraints Some initial considerations
Some Possible Ambitions? Every undergraduate student undertakes one piece of work place related research and assessment in the context of their discipline Every level 1 undergraduate is aware of and knows how to research work placement, research placement and internship opportunities appropriate to their discipline and has a CV and letter of application of the right standard to be successful if they choose to apply Every level 2 and 3 undergraduate is aware of and knows how to research career opportunities appropriate to their discipline; can create an evidenced curriculum vitae and letter of application, and has had an opportunity to practice interview skills
Every postgraduate student has at least one careers tutorial introduction to researching career opportunities, resources and provision. Each taught postgraduate student has had an opportunity to develop CV and interview skills six months before they complete their degree Every research postgraduate student understands that a PhD provides research skills which are sought after by many graduate employers. PhD students undertake a short course in careers research, CV and interview skills as part of research training. More Possible Ambitions?
What is the topic or issue we want to address or explore? What line(s) of inquiry do we want to pursue? What is the best outcome we can envision? How might we design a path toward that outcome? Offer your individual perspectives and listen for what is emerging "in the middle of the table." Use the tablecloths and markers to create a "shared visual space" through drawing the emerging ideas. World Café Process: Object is to define agendas and to explore ideas and to meet people Lets Go - 20 minutes, notes / pictures / messages on the tables please
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