In this unit, you will apply your trade or discipline knowledge and skills to a range of work and learning contexts. This will enable you to build a theoretical understanding of how knowledge and skills are adapted and applied, according to community and professional expectations, and with reference to your own experience of learning. Drawing on your professional experience and new insights into relationship of work to learning, you will be able to communicate the value of your knowledge, skills and workplace learning to date to a non-specialist audience.
*Note: based on Cert III (AQF3) equivalence leading to B.Ed (Applied Learning) CLOs (AQF7). Students who have completed a Cert IV qualification (TAE40116) assessed by an Australian accredited Registered Training Organisation or TAFE will gain credit for this unit.
|Unit name||Applied Professional Knowledge and Skills|
|College/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Education
|Coordinator||Mrs Sarah Hallowell|
|Available as an elective?||No|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- Identify the tacit skills required to adapt knowledge and skills to diverse work contexts
- Compare and contrast the roles of trade and professional associations
- Explain the value of your own experience in workplace learning
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|Assessment||Debate (25%)|Scenario (25%)|Portfolio (50%)|
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