Personal development plan (PDP)

Personal development plan (PDP)

Using the QAA standards BULLET POINTED BELOW, the material presented in the lecture series, and activities engaged in during tutorial sessions, produce a Personal Development Plan of not more than 2,000 words, outlining how far you feel you have met them with regard to your future employability.
You are STRONGLY advised to stick as closely as possible to the word limit
The overall object of this module is to enable you to acquire key transferable skills i.e. skills that will not only enable you to succeed in your career at University, but will also be of value to you in your future. These key skills are highly valued by employers, and as a result the Higher Education’s Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) has specified a set of core skills which they determine that all graduates should have. A set of benchmark standards has been developed by them and these standards can be found at QAA’s website, www.qaa.ac.uk They include:
SOME OF THE QAA STANDARDS
• Cognitive skills – critical thinking, analysis and synthesis.
• Problem-solving and decision-making skills – quantitative and qualitative.
• Research and investigative skills – individual and team.
• Information and communications technology skills.
• Numeracy and quantitative skills – data analysis, interpretation and extrapolation.
• Communication skills – oral and written, using a range of media.
• Interpersonal skills – talking and listening, negotiation.
• Team working skills – leadership, team-building, influencing.
• Personal management skills – time planning, motivation and initiative.
• Learning skills – reflective, adaptive and collaborative.
• Self-awareness – sensitivity and openness to others..

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