Personal nd professional development

April 24, 2018 Management

1. Understanding of the use and concept of a Personal SWOT Analysis 2. Completion of a Personal SWOT Analysis 3. Reading and discussion of the article-“How to Lead When the Generation Gap Becomes Your Everyday Reality” by Izzy Gesell Learning Outcomes (upon successful completion, students should be able to): Conduct a self-assessment inventory by doing a personal SWOT. Communicate ideas in an appropriate manner Reflect critically on their own ideas and the ideas of others Previous knowledge assumed: •Some knowledge of own personal strengths and weaknesses in academic and working context.

•Previous experience of self-reflection. Materials and equipment required: lecture slides, Printed activities e. g. Swot analysis template, Projector, (Soft copy version of slides and activities is available on Moodle) Assessment method: Class activities and verbal exposition Notes on Differentiation and Equal Opportunities: 1 Suitable seating arrangements for those students with the learning difficulties 2 Suitable seating arrangements to promote diversity, discussion and student engagement Lesson Plan – 3 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Unit Title: Personal and Professional Development

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Topic: CV writing skills and cover letter Week 3 Time: Variable Duration: 5 Hours Lecturers: Module leader: Joy Meme Venue: Variable No of students: Variable Lesson Objectives: 1. Introduce correct format of professional CVs 2. Increase student awareness of style and appropriateness of CVs 3. Enable students to identify and express duties involved in previous and current work experience 4. Introduce correct format of cover letters 5. Increase student awareness of style and appropriateness of formal writing Learning Outcomes (upon successful completion, students should be able to): 1.

Be aware of the correct format of a professional CV 2. Be able to assess and include relevant qualifications and work experience 3. Have the ability to accurately identify and express duties involved in previous and current work experience 4. Produce a well-written and correctly formatted application letter 5. Effectively adapt an application letter to a specific job vacancy Previous knowledge assumed: Possible existing CV Knowledge of own qualifications and job experience Previous exposure to teamwork and critical reflection Materials and equipment required: Lecture Slides, Model CVs, Suggested CV format, case study

(Soft copy version of slides and activities is available on Moodle) Assessment method: Part of portfolio for Final Submission Notes on Differentiation and Equal Opportunities: 1 Suitable seating arrangements for those students with the learning difficulties 2 Suitable seating arrangements to promote diversity, discussion and student engagement Lesson Plan – 4 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Unit Title: Personal and Professional Development Topic: Interview Techniques Week 4 Time: Variable Duration: 5 Hours Lecturers: Module leader: Joy Meme Venue: Variable No of students: Variable Lesson Objectives:

1. Encourage critical analysis of approaches to interviews 2. Improve awareness of appropriate techniques for interviews 3. Practice newly acquired skills in mock interviews Learning Outcomes (upon successful completion, students should be able to): 1. Evaluate own current skills and competencies against professional standards and organisational objectives 2. Critically reflect on strategies and techniques for interview 3. Communicate in an appropriate professional manner Previous knowledge assumed: Some knowledge of own personal strengths and weaknesses in academic context Materials and equipment required:

•PPT slides ‘interview dos and don’ts’, job descriptions (Soft copy version of slides and activities is available on Moodle) Assessment method: Formative assessment following role play Notes on Differentiation and Equal Opportunities: 1 Suitable seating arrangements for those students with the learning difficulties 2 Suitable seating arrangements to promote diversity, discussion and student engagement Lesson Plan – 6 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Unit Title: Personal and Professional Development Topic: Self-managed learning Week 6 Time: Variable Duration: 5 Hours Lecturer: Module Leader – Joy Meme Venue:

Variable No of students: Variable Lesson Objectives: 1. Understand types of learner and learning strategies 2. Critically analyse individual approaches to learning 3. Benefits of self -managed learning to the individual and organisation Learning Outcomes (upon successful completion, students should be able to): 1. Define own learning style 2. Evaluate approaches to self-managed learning and their benefits 3. Propose ways in which lifelong learning could be encouraged Previous knowledge assumed: Knowledge of own learning style Materials and equipment required: PPT slides, case studies, hand-outs Assessment method:

Part of portfolio for Final Submission Notes on Differentiation and Equal Opportunities: 1 Early group formation for interactive learning activities 2 Suitable seating arrangements to promote mixing of students Lesson Plan – 7 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Unit Title: PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Topic: Personal Development Plan (PPD) and Art of Reflection Week 7 Time: Variable Duration: 5 Hours Lecturer: Module Leader – Joy Meme Venue: Variable No of students: Lesson Objectives: 1. Introduce the concept of a Personal Development Plan. 2. Enable students to identify and evaluate personal targets 3.

Enable students to distinguish between short and long-term objectives 4. Completion of part one of a Personal Development Plan 5. Introduce stages of reflective process and encourage students to apply it to their PDP and writing a reflective statement Learning Outcomes (upon successful completion, students should): 1. Be able to devise and complete a Personal Development Plan 2. Be aware of both short and long-term objectives 3. Have used input from lecturer and peers to establish the best Objectives, Success Criteria, Actions and Implementation involved in an effective PDP. 4. Understand stages of reflection process 5.

Understand the concept of a reflective learning statement. Previous knowledge assumed: Some knowledge of own personal strengths and weaknesses in academic context Materials and equipment required: PPT presentation, Model Personal Development Plan, Blank Personal Development Plan sheets, Case Study and Instructions Assessment method: Part of portfolio for Final Submission Lesson Plan – 8 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Unit Title: Personal and Professional Development Topic: Time management, Problem solving skills, and the “6 Thinking Hats” Week 8 Time: Variable Duration: 5 Hours Lecturers: Module Leader – Joy Meme Venue:

Variable No of students: Variable Lesson Objectives: 1. Introduce the time management strategy 2. Introduction problem-solving strategies and encourage students discussion 3. Encourage students to apply these strategies in a number of work related case studies 4. Introduce the 6 Thinking Hats 5. Ensure students have started writing their essay assignment and are on track with it. Learning Outcomes (upon successful completion, students should): 1. Evaluate and use problem-solving strategies 2. Understand the difference between problem and hindrance 3. Assess students’ understanding of the learning outcomes for weeks 8-14 4.

Check students are up-to-date with completion of necessary documentation 5. Provide feedback for students in relation to learning styles and learning approaches, and PDP Previous knowledge assumed: Some prior knowledge of how employees are motivated in companies Materials and equipment required: PPT slides, case studies, web links Assessment method: Formative assessment Notes on Differentiation and Equal Opportunities: 1 Early group formation for interactive learning activities 2 Suitable seating arrangements to promote mixing of students Lesson Plan – 9 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Unit Title: Personal and Professional Development

Topic: Clinical Session Week 9 Time: Variable Duration: 5 Hours Lecturers: Module Leader – Joy Meme Venue: Variable No of students: Variable Lesson Objectives: 1. To review key PPD concepts 2. To facilitate structuring of the assignment 3. Assess students’ understanding of the learning outcomes for weeks 8-14 4. Check students are up-to-date with completion of necessary documentation 5. Provide feedback for students in relation to learning styles and learning approaches, benefits of self -managed learning and PDP Learning Outcomes (upon successful completion, students should): 1. Have a clear understanding of the key concepts of PPD

2. Be able to structure the assignment to ensure they address the question(s) Previous knowledge assumed: Knowledge of assignment brief Materials and equipment required: PPT, Access to Computer Lab Assessment method: Formative assessment Notes on Differentiation and Equal Opportunities: 1 Early group formation for interactive learning activities 2 Suitable seating arrangements to promote mixing of students Lesson Plan – 10 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Unit Title: Personal and Professional Development Topic: Course Summary Week 10 Time: Variable Duration: 5 Hours Lecturers: Module Leader – Joy Meme Venue: Variable

No of students: Variable Lesson Objectives: 1. To review key PPD concepts 2. To facilitate structuring of the assignment Learning Outcomes (upon successful completion, students should): 1. Have a clear understanding of the key concepts of PPD 2. Be able to structure the assignment to ensure they address the question(s) Previous knowledge assumed: Knowledge of assignment brief Materials and equipment required: PPT, Access to Computer Lab Assessment method: None Notes on Differentiation and Equal Opportunities: 1 Early group formation for interactive learning activities 2 Suitable seating arrangements to promote mixing of students

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