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ENGG3111 continues the theme of integrating the students' professional development with practice. This integration is achieved through combining a series of interrelated activities which build on achievements of previous semesters. These learning activities combined to: 1. Develop student's abilities with respect to innovation, creativity and engineering design through self guided learning and project work. 2. Develop student's capacity to develop their professional network through undertaking a series of online modules followed by applying what they have learnt at an engineering networking event. 3. Enhance student's capacity to be independent lifelong learners through reflecting on their learning experience Student teams focus on the early stages of opportunity identification ¿ exploring, recognising and analysing socio-political and industry trends, customer needs and requirements and investment directions that will lead to commercial opportunities for an expanding engineering firm. Students will also be required to actively develop their professional network. After completing an online learning component students will be required to plan their attendance at and subsequently attend an engineering networking event. After the event students will be required to reflect on both their plan and their experience.
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At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:
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