2. You will produce appendices comprising documentation required for the various stages of the application process and a discussion with an employer about what they are looking for. The appendices to include: Completion of the Skills Audit Questionnaire(provided) using ‘STAR’ to give clear examples Notes from a discussion with an employer on what they look for in a graduate and complete research on the company suitable for Interview preparation (on the form provided). Completion of a Tailored Application Form(IBM form provided, applying for business consultancy graduate At provided) Compose your Tailored CV with links to Personal Profile and ‘Linked In’ profile with contacts added
What As I need to do to pass? (Threshold Expectations from tiff)
In order to pass Assignment 1 you will need to: • Identify quantifiable gaps in your knowledge and personal skills through the process of completing a gap analysis utilizing and producing documentation required for the application process currently in operation for industries relevant to your course.
How do I produce high quality work that merits a good grade? We will be filling this section in together in class on Click or tap to enter a date. make sure you have downloaded/printed out the Assignment Brief and bring it to the session with you.
How does assignment relate to what we are doing in scheduled sessions? The assignment allows you to showcase what you have learnt in the scheduled sessions in a manner that prepares you for real job applications. It develops you as a person in relation to knowing yourself better, and how to differentiate what you can bring to the company, particularly when making applications for graduate schemes and for professional roles.
In the scheduled sessions you will develop high level communication, interpersonal skills and digital and information skills that prepare you for functioning in complex, multi-cultural and multi-professional environments. This is achieved through interactive lectures followed by group work, relevant experiences which take you out of your comfort zone and develop soft skills, employer talks and discussion activities that draw on your experiences and build confidence. The unit is designed to inspire you to enjoy learning and have high and realistic ambitions. It is fully supported by Breo.
Topics covered in the first 6 weeks include:
Online presence — preparing a Personal WIX and ‘Linked In’ profile with contacts. Skills Gap analysis and initial development planning Looking at ‘Prospects and’ Target’ to know the market and shape your dreams Employer interviewing and research, career office and professional body information Preparation of documentation. Tailored Application Form, Tailored CV

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