This module explores the concept of employability both from a conceptual and practical perspective. It explores the many definitions and approaches to this issue, why it has gained significance in light of educational and employment changes and what this means for individuals and society. In this module you will:
- Be Introduced to a variety of conceptual approaches to employability and how this concept has emerged and why it is important;
- Explore a range of salient topics around employability and a range of related research, including how the issue relates to skills, class, equality, gender and people's career transitions and outcomes;
- Be encouraged to think strategically and reflectively on your own emerging career development, planning and orientation.
An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required for this module and must be in place before the start of the second week. PLEASE NOTE: DBS can take up to ten weeks to obtain; failure to meet this requirement will result in you having to choose an alternative module. It is your responsibility to obtain the DBS clearance at your own cost. Please contact the Education Administration and Assessment Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org regarding application