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BWIL6573: Job Smart Edge

The Job Smart Edge unit is designed to provide students with the employability skills and tools to work effectively in an organisation. The unit features a client project bootcamp jointly delivered by careers and employability practitioners and educators. The focus is on preparing students to successfully undertake industry-focused problem-solving work in diverse teams. The learning journey includes an intensive 2-week virtual Digital Industry Project with a real client, with pre- and post-project employability workshops to provide students with the skills, models and tools to allow them to navigate and secure further employability opportunities. Workshops cover learning how to plan a project, launch a project, ensure project engagement, wrap up a project and communicate about a project. The assessments are designed to assist students with setting personal, team and project goals, with working on a project challenge and preparing a report for a client, and with developing and reflecting on individual employability capabilities developed through the program (including innovative problem solving and interpersonal leadership skills). By the end of the unit it is expected that students will be more equipped and prepared to face the world of employment.

Code BWIL6573
Academic unit Work Integrated Learning Hub
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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None
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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BUSS6102

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Identify and develop innovative problem-solving capabilities and skills that will enhance employability.
  • LO2. Cultivate the ability to work effectively with others from diverse cultural and disciplinary backgrounds.
  • LO3. Develop oral and written communication skills through interactions with industry stakeholders, using a range of communication and presentation modes.
  • LO4. Evaluate issues related to employability and professional development by reflecting on experiential learning opportunities in the light of research.

Unit outlines

Unit outlines will be available 1 week before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.