“Psychology and Employability” BPS Scotland: Scientific Meeting - Edinburgh, Feb. 2010. Glasgow Caledonian University: Rachel Mulholland, Douglas Forbes, Robert Ingram, Bridget Hanna, Joanne Brodie, Mike Wrennall & Louisa Hezseltine . Outline of talk.
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Scientific Meeting -
Edinburgh, Feb. 2010.
Glasgow Caledonian University:
Rachel Mulholland, Douglas Forbes,
Robert Ingram, Bridget Hanna, Joanne Brodie, Mike Wrennall & Louisa Hezseltine
(often referred to as the ‘USEM’ Model).
The [email protected] funding enabled us:
2. Development of academic credit bearing optional and compulsory modules.
New modules have now been added to the portfolio:
*(we now notice more uptake of volunteering).
It gathered biographical data and helped:
Approx. 1500 Final Year (FY) students were approached to take part in the Scoping Study. Over 350 completed the online survey: a 23% Response Rate.
Over 50% of the sample agreed to be contacted for future Phases of the research study.
* A key challenge for psychology is therefore to determine how this could be achieved.
Small selection of quotes from some psychology respondents illustrate some issues: