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The Career Management Guide – Taking Charge

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Many young people fail to understand that employment involves a contract for behaviours as well as performance.

Use this resource to help them realise there is a Professional YOU and a Casual You, a productive you and a social you. They don’t both come to work.

The Career Management GuideTaking Charge provides strategies for developing the key skills of employability and self-management..

  • Self-Management – helps young people succeed in the transition to higher study and the workplace, with ways to self-manage study and monitor their progress.
  • Project Manage Your Study introduces the workplace concept and skills of  Project Management as a means of encouraging students to organise themselves and their study in a new and relevant framework, with the motivating factor of learning a future skill.
  • Understand Employability is a section that encourages self-assessment of baseline workplace starter skills as well as more complex employability skills.
  • Knowledge of the Professional YOU is required across all age groups as employers make it clear that they want young people to know what workplace behaviour to a high standard means.
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This is an 18 page resource which is innovative and engaging in its approach. It responds to the employer demands we have all heard – “Can’t you do something about their attitude, presentation, commitment ……” in a way young people can understand and appreciate.

References

The graduate attributes we have overlooked: enhancing graduate employability through career management skills. Bridgestock, R. (2009) Higher Education Research & Development Vol.28, No.1, March 2009, 31-44.

‘While academic and technical qualifications open doors, career management skills largely determine your selection, success and advancement in careers …’ Jarvis, P. (2003). Career management skills: Keys to a great career and a great life. Retrieved from crccanada.org / symposium

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Education Unlimited Usage (per school/college), Single Home Usage

2 reviews for The Career Management Guide – Taking Charge

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jarvis, P (verified owner)

    ‘While academic and technical qualifications open doors, career management skills largely determine your selection, success and advancement in careers …’
    Jarvis, P. (2003). Career management skills: Keys to a great career and a great life. Retrieved from crccanada.org / symposium

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bridgestock (verified owner)

    The graduate attributes we have overlooked: enhancing graduate employability through career management skills. Bridgestock, R. (2009) Higher Education Research & Development Vol.28, No.1, March 2009, 31-44.

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