This post provides resources for those who utilise the ‘Letter to the 15000’ blog to prime student thinking, attitude and actions to take greater ownership of their future.
Notes for video
Main themes covered in the message about the ‘Letter to the 15,000’ blog
- You (university lecturers) are in support of their vocational skills and are there to answer their queries
- Studying and working require different skills
- If students focus just on their studies their employability will be low
- Development of vocational skills are best undertaken through relevant work experience
- Relevant work experience can be achieved in part through placements, but self-generated experience is most valued by employers, because it shows intent, tenacity, resilience, high discretionary effort and persistence.
- Direct students to the webinar so that they can get further insight
- Direct students to sign up to the FREE ‘Letter to the 15,000’ course, (part of the Performance Careers course)
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