Arts301 wk 2 2013 careers

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Arts301 wk 2 2013 careers

  1. 1. Martin SmithUOW Careers Centralwww.uow.edu.au/careers/
  2. 2.  “Careers are no longer like a Chinese banquet, 14 courses brought to your table… they’re more like a progressive supper, bite sized portions eaten in different places”
  3. 3.  “There’s no such thing as a career path anymore… its crazy paving and you lay it yourself”
  4. 4.  Globalisation and business competition Demographics Technology Politics Socio-Cultural trends Mass higher education
  5. 5.  The specialist The generalist Connected Self reliant
  6. 6.  Self aware, matching and decision making, action planning, Networking, political awareness, negotiation, Coping with uncertainty, development focus Transfer skills, self confidence and self promotion
  7. 7.  How to think How to relate How to use technology productively
  8. 8.  “The indipreneur…an interdependent individual with an entrepreneurial focus” Dr Carolyn Corbin
  9. 9.  Critical thinking Problem solving Interpersonal understanding Written communication
  10. 10.  Communication Teamwork Problem solving Initiative and enterprise Planning and organising Self management Learning Technology
  11. 11.  The UOW Graduate Qualities Informed independent learners problem solvers effective communicators responsible www.uow.edu.au/about/teaching/qualities/index.html
  12. 12.  Informed  Communication independent learners  Teamwork problem solvers  Problem solving effective communicators  Initiative and enterprise responsible  Planning and organising Self aware  Self management networking,  Learning matching and decision  Technology making  Action planning, Coping with uncertainty  political awareness self confidence and self  development focus promotion  Transfer skills
  13. 13.  the starting point for all effective job seeking… research
  14. 14.  Articulating what they want- On paper- Online- On the phone- In person
  15. 15. Audit of what employers want and what have you got – GAP analysis Reflect upon the Establish aexperiences using the Career Action Plan CARL framework -(Context, Action, Res timeframes, targets, c ponse, Learning) ontacts, register of activity Implement the action plan - Creative job seeking - work related experiences (voluntary work, CS programs)
  16. 16.  Maslow “it isn’t normal to know what we want. It is a rare and difficult psychological achievement.” Nietzsche “help us to become who we are”
  17. 17.  Trait and factor theories (Holland) Lifelong (Super) Systems theories (Patton and McMahon) Content and process. The content of career development learning …. learning about self and learning about the world of work. Process learning … the development of the skills necessary to navigate a successful and satisfying life/career
  18. 18.  Abilities, aptitudes,competencies, skills Interests Personality Rewards - extrinsic and intrinsic Values, ethics, moral compass Passion and purpose
  19. 19.  Learning about self (know yourself) Learning about opportunities (know your options) Decision Learning (make your choice) Transition Learning (make your move)
  20. 20. Audit of what employers want and what have you got – GAP analysis Reflect upon the Establish aexperiences using the Career Action Plan CARL framework -(Context, Action, Res timeframes, targets, c ponse, Learning) ontacts, register of activity Implement the action plan - Creative job seeking - work related experiences (voluntary work, CS programs)
  21. 21.  The whole uni experience Workplace learning activities (UniVative, GQEST, Careers Central Interns) ARTS301
  22. 22.  the starting point for all effective job seeking… research

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