Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Training excavations, programme learning outcomes and NOS, the situation at Hull Helen Fenwick, Department of History.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Training excavations, programme learning outcomes and NOS, the situation at Hull Helen Fenwick, Department of History."— Presentation transcript:

1 Training excavations, programme learning outcomes and NOS, the situation at Hull Helen Fenwick, Department of History

2 Employability

3 The view of employers vs Acedema

4 Archaeology

5 Archaeology the profession

6 National Occupational Standards Science and mathematics History, philosophy and theology Social sciences (includes geography and politics) Language, literature and culture

7 Archaeology.....

8 Benchmark statement Archaeology Fieldwork skills Post- excavation, post-survey techniques Laboratory skills Recognise, observe and describe data Numerical techniques Subject-specific Skills

9 NOS and Benchmark 2.9 As a result of the interest of professional associations in vocational training of archaeologists, National Occupational Standards in Archaeological Practice have been developed on behalf of the Archaeology training Forum by the Cultural Heritage National Training Organisation and the Institute of Field Archaeologists; these may be accessed at revision of statement

10 Programme Specifications Identify, observe and interpret a wide range of archaeological artefacts, sites and landscapes. (Arch. Benchmark 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 4.2, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6) Collect, quantify, analyse and interpret archaeological and historical data. (Arch. Benchmark 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 4.2, 4.3, 4.5, 4.6) Investigate problems based on a complex range of evidence. (Hist. Benchmark 12 v; Arch. Benchmark 4.16) Communicate ideas and arguments primarily in written form but also orally. (Hist. Benchmark 11, 34, Arch. Benchmark 4.11, 4.12) Use Information and Communications Technology. (Hist. Benchmark 13, 35 iii, 35 iv, Arch. Benchmark ) Undertake independent research and writing. (Hist Benchmark 21, 33, Arch. Benchmark 4.16) Work with others and respect their different views. (Hist. Benchmark 14 iv, 35 i, Arch. Benchmark 4.17, 4.19)

11 No Archaeology Department Two lecturers based in the Department of History One lecturer based in the Department of Geography Full-time daytime courses Part-time evening courses Over 100 students

12 Full-time degrees – joint honours only – History and Archaeology – Archaeology and Medieval History – Art History and Archaeology – Geography and Archaeology Part-time degrees – History and Archaeology – Archaeology – Archaeology in Wath

13 Fieldwork requirements Full-time – 3 weeks compulsory fieldwork at the end of first year – Optional advanced field skills in summer between second and third year Part-time – 6 days compulsory for Archaeology courses in year 5

14 Fieldwork opportunities All students offered free place on University Training excavation for compulsory elements Encouraged to attend for more

15 Brodsworth Joint project with Sheffield University

16 Internship scheme Team leaders

17 Articulating skills

18 Hull PDP project – NOS links Section C Recover data from the historic environment AC1 Research and analyse information to achieve objectives AC1.1 Identify sources and availability of information AC1.2 Collect information to achieve research objectives AC1.3 Analyse research information AC1.4 Report results AC2 Conduct non-intrusive investigations AC2.1 Prepare for operations AC2.2 Observe and record measurements AC2.3 Analyse and present investigation data

19 NOS sectionLevel 4Level 5Level 6Fieldwork oppVoluntary Section C Recover data from the historic environment AC1 Research and analyse information to achieve objectives AC1.1 Identify sources and availability of information Theory, Method and practice Research Design AC1.2 Collect information to achieve research objectives Fieldwork projectDissertation AC1.3 Analyse research informationFieldwork ProjectDissertation AC1.4 Report resultsFieldwork ProjectDissertation

20 e-Portfolio – My showcase One of a number of pilot schemes running this semester at Hull A system developed with JISC funding for Engineering Added the Archaeology NOS

21 Wider agenda – employer engagement


Download ppt "Training excavations, programme learning outcomes and NOS, the situation at Hull Helen Fenwick, Department of History."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google