Roadmap for Employment – Academic Partnerships. Amsterdam 18 June 2010. Innovation and Change in Higher Education. Funded through the Strategic Innovation Fund. Roadmap for Employer-Academic Partnerships. Roadmap or model of partnerships. 8 HEIs involved nationally.
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Amsterdam 18 June 2010
Partnership between an Institute and the Irish
Bespoke programme tailored to the needs of the prison service aimed to further professionalize the prison service
Higher Certificate in Custodial Care for new recruit prison officers
Currently 384 students on the programme
Meets Council of Europe recommendations for training of prison officers
Partnership between an Institute and a large
To provide induction and intensive training for scientific services and staff
‘Involved in every aspect’
Simulation Laboratory/New model of delivery
Partnership between an Institute and an incubation company
Jan 2002 Campus Incubation Centre
Mar 2003 Patent approval for CLK Guide Wire
Sept 2003 Commenced shipment of sterile product
April 2004 Moved to new factory
Aug 2009 Acquired by Lake Region Medical
Clear contract or MOU
Incorporate flexibility, RPL and WBL
The right people
Parity of esteem for those involved in teaching, research and work force development
Communications Communications Communications!
Undergraduate Work placement
Academic researchers into employment
Employers into Academia
A collective Partnership between an Institute and a number of companies within a sector
Partnership between the HEI, the students and the organisations working in the Tourism and hospitality Sector
17 Irish partners : Aer Lingus, Hilton Hotels, Guinness storehouse, Tourism Ireland, Westin Hotels
Specifically research in the workplace and the thrust of the research will be work place problems as opposed to theoretical problems.
Incorporates taught generic element and research
Academic supervisor/mentor and if possible a work based mentor.
The fundamental principle - learning outcomes for a NFQ level 9/10 award have been successfully demonstrated in an appropriate manner
Dr Terry Maguire Institute of Technology Tallaght Dublin
John P Murphy Cork Institute of Technology