Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsNewham College of Further Education
• IntroductionsDeveloping Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsSteve BrayshawCourse Team Leader, Engineering...
Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsCollaborators…• Resources developed by EngineeringLecturers,...
Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsProject outline…• Aims and objectives• Our vision• The direc...
Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsWhy online units?• – The demand–Identify Cross Curriculum su...
Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• Managing the project– Schedule: setting strict deadlines– ...
Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• The Storyboard process– Outlined content from class delive...
Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• Software used– Adobe Captivate (E-Learning authoring tool)...
Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• The technical process– Embedded into VLE course pages (Moo...
• Target group: Engineering– Group Profile• Additional support needs• Poor attendance• Many learners showed little interes...
• Screen shots
• Screen shots
• Screen shots
Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• Inset Day– Workshop focused on Employability Skills– Units...
Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsInset day – Influential enthusiastic staff passon valuable e...
• Inset day workshop
Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• Support from LSIS mentors– Adrian Kirkwood Senior Lecturer...
• Future Development– Build on content• Evaluate units – need• Matching level against assessment criteria (Doesthis suppor...
Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• Questions• Contact information:stephen.brayshaw@newham.ac....
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B.1.1.1 newham college

  1. 1. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsNewham College of Further Education
  2. 2. • IntroductionsDeveloping Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsSteve BrayshawCourse Team Leader, EngineeringSteven BrownSenior Lecturer, Engineering
  3. 3. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsCollaborators…• Resources developed by EngineeringLecturers, E-Learning Advisors and StudyCoaches.• Lecturing staff and Study Coaches(learner support) and E-Learning Team(staff training).
  4. 4. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsProject outline…• Aims and objectives• Our vision• The direction of the project
  5. 5. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsWhy online units?• – The demand–Identify Cross Curriculum subjects• Produced an online induction (pilot)–Standardising cross curriculum units
  6. 6. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• Managing the project– Schedule: setting strict deadlines– Plan a scheme of embedding e-learning– Identified a flipped classroom approachfocused on individualised learning– Promote lifelong learning
  7. 7. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• The Storyboard process– Outlined content from class delivery– Highlighted assessment criteria from NOCNpathway– Outlined grading criteria: highlighted suitableassessment style– Structured page content– Quality checking
  8. 8. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• Software used– Adobe Captivate (E-Learning authoring tool)– Adobe Premiere (Video production)– Adobe Photoshop (Image editing)
  9. 9. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• The technical process– Embedded into VLE course pages (Moodle)– SCORM Compliant– Results placed into grade-book
  10. 10. • Target group: Engineering– Group Profile• Additional support needs• Poor attendance• Many learners showed little interest whenengaging with ICT based activitiesDeveloping Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills
  11. 11. • Screen shots
  12. 12. • Screen shots
  13. 13. • Screen shots
  14. 14. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• Inset Day– Workshop focused on Employability Skills– Units showcased– Unit: Getting the most out of training
  15. 15. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability SkillsInset day – Influential enthusiastic staff passon valuable experiences and encouragediscussion• Aim: To expand the use of E-Assessment• Talks with lecturers held on developingcourse areas• Video: Lecturer Steve Brayshaw
  16. 16. • Inset day workshop
  17. 17. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• Support from LSIS mentors– Adrian Kirkwood Senior Lecturer Open University -Assessment as a Tool– Victor Morgan Lecturer and Assessor NOCN Externalverifier.
  18. 18. • Future Development– Build on content• Evaluate units – need• Matching level against assessment criteria (Doesthis support learning aims and objectives)– Adaptive Learning– Feedback for learnersDeveloping Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills
  19. 19. Developing Employability SkillsDeveloping Employability Skills• Questions• Contact information:stephen.brayshaw@newham.ac.uksteven.brown@newham.ac.uk

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