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Innovative employability guidance for higher education students in the context of European biodiversity management
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 déc. 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

This project will harmonise employability programmes in environment and biodiversity conservation management across 3 European countries, making these critical skills and associated career guidance relevant in a European context. The core of the project will be a European employability guidance learning package generated from experience and best practice from both Higher Education Institutes and NGO employers in the sector and tailored to the needs of both students gaining HEI degrees in environment and biodiversity conservation sciences and their career advisers.The project will share existing HEI good practice in career guidance across career advisors, identifying current employer knowledge and skills needs from practitioners in the world of work in environment and biodiversity management. The outcome will be high quality, robust and relevant employability guidance for students in this sector.The project will produce, test, evaluate and re-test an OER environment and biodiversity employability guidance learning package for HEI students that will facilitate progression towards a validation pathway in line with the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System.Project results will be 1) a tailor-made employability learning package in line with the needs of students on environment and biodiversity management HE courses. 2) a training material produced specifically for HEI career advisers to support the continuous professional development of these experts to increase awareness of the current employment needs of the environment and biodiversity management sector. 3) An open access website where project outputs will be published as open educational resources.The project will increase awareness of the current employment needs of the environment and biodiversity management sector to HEI career guidance professionals and produce learning materials that foster entrepreneurial and innovative thinking and facilitate students' access to the European labour market in this environment and biodiversity management.



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