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How we develop professional capability through the undergraduate curriculum: A WIL Perspective. Dr Jenny Willis SCEPTrE Fellow Independent Educational Consultant. University of Surrey context and reputation HE is for more than employability

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How we develop professional capability through the undergraduate curriculum a wil perspective

How we develop professional capability through the undergraduate curriculum: A WIL Perspective

Dr Jenny Willis

SCEPTrE Fellow

Independent Educational Consultant


Discussion outline agn with qut 16 april 2010

University of Surrey context and reputation

HE is for more than employability

Professional development structures at the University

The research brief

Intended outputs

Difficulties

Questions for discussion

Discussion outlineAGN with QUT 16 April 2010


How the university markets itself

How the University markets itself

Discover Your Employability

Top for Jobs

University of Surrey graduates are the most employable of any chartered university in England. No other university is able to match our consistently outstanding performance in the employment league tables.

In 2008 (the latest available statistics), 96.7 per cent of our graduates entered employment or further study, compared with the national average of 91 per cent. This is the best figure of any chartered university in England.

Between 1996 and 2008, Surrey had an average unemployment rate of just 2.3 per cent, compared with the national average of 6.3 per cent. This ranks us first overall.

This means that over a 13-year period we have had the lowest average graduate unemployment rate of any UK university.

Discover the University of Surrey.

Lowest average unemployment rates for UK universities, 1996–2008

1Surrey2.3%

2Hull3.5%

3Cambridge4.1%

4Nottingham4.2%

5Bristol4.2%

6Imperial4.8%

Educated for Success

Our outstanding employment record is a clear indication that employers value the knowledge, skills and experience of Surrey graduates. 

http://www2.surrey.ac.uk/undergraduate/discover/employability/


He employability

HE = Employability?

“a set of achievements, understandings and personal attributes that make individuals more likely to gain employment and be successful in their chosen occupations.”Yorke & Knight 2003

“Increasingly, it is the students’ capacity to fend for themselves in the wider world that is coming into view, their capacities to sustain themselves, to engage with the wider world, to be resilient and to prosper – not just economically – in it. We are witnessing the emergence, surely, of a curriculum for life.” Barnett and Coate 2005:119

“to facilitate the development of degree-level learning through an associated emphasis upon the reflective learning processes.”Moreland 2006


How does the university develop these professional competences

Professional Training Experience?

Only 50% annual uptakeso what else?

How does the University develop these professional competences?


How we develop professional capability through the undergraduate curriculum a wil perspective

  • Surrey Graduate Skills Statement 2003


How we develop professional capability through the undergraduate curriculum a wil perspective

  • PDP Strategy: expectations by HE level


The research question

The research question

How we develop professional capability through the undergraduate curriculum?: A WIL Perspective

Are there generic core competencies that relate to becoming professional being developed through the curriculum and professional training programmes?

To provide base-line data as part of SCEPTrE’s legacy, with examples of practice to inform future curriculum development and delivery


Objectives

Objectives


Outputs 1 curriculum maps

Outputs: 1, curriculum maps


Difficulties 1 inbuilt variability

Difficulties: 1, inbuilt variability


How we develop professional capability through the undergraduate curriculum a wil perspective

Flexibility: responsive to different needs and values – how to compare?


Difficulties 2 access to data 3 validity of data

Incomplete data on web

Hard copies of handbooks

Outdated handbooks

Central systems that do not support data analysis/retrieval

Staff resistance to interview

Difficulties: 2, access to data 3, validity of data

Difficulties: 4, complexity and variability -how to present the data?


Questions arising

Questions arising


How we develop professional capability through the undergraduate curriculum a wil perspective

FIN

Dr Jenny Willis

[email protected]


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