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Title: Project report – transferable skills in higher education
Authors: Dennis, C
Wadsworth, D
Keywords: transferable skills
key skills
employability skills
graduate skills
graduate attributes
graduate competences
skills
competencies
employability
common skills
Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: Learning & Teaching Support Network / Business Education Support Team
Citation: Learning & Teaching Support Network / Business Education Support Team, London
Abstract: This study was initiated by the need, frequently expressed by employers, for the education system to produce potential employees with better transferable skills. The paper reports a field trial at a UK university (following a four-year pilot of NVQ Level 4 Key Skills with another course). The project operated within a new foundation (Level 0) programme, aiming to simplify the paperwork employed in the pilot and incorporate skills assessment within modules, thereby obviating the need for a portfolio of evidence. The project was successful in only one or two modules, those where staff were committed to the aims.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/1831
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