Embedding Employability in the Curriculum?
Friday 22nd October | Council Chamber
Graduate employability is becoming increasingly significant and is one the SALT themes for 2010/11. This two hour seminar will explore the issues surrounding embedding employability in the curriculum. Dr Janet Strivens from Liverpool University will set out some of the current issues and Adam Shore from the School of Business and Economics will show examples of how successful embedding of employability has been carried out in the School of Business and Economics.
Dr. Janet Strivens works at the University of Liverpool Centre for Lifelong Learning, where she is co-Director of the Postgraduate Diploma/Masters programme in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education and leads the module on Theory and practice in learning and teaching. In addition she is seconded for a day a week to the Centre for Recording Achievement (CRA) (http://www.recordingachievement.org) as Senior Associate Director.
Adam Shore is an Academic Champions of Enterprise (ACE) in the School of Business and Economics and has set up an innovative Entrepreneurship module. He also lectures in business mathematics incorporating his experience as an entrepreneur into innovative pedagogical teaching
To register for the seminar please email firstname.lastname@example.org Lunch will be provided