Professional Identity A
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- 06 Nov 2023
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- Produce a portfolio of evidence, including identification of appropriate referees, to effectively address a financial services internship or graduate position description and selection criteria.
- Implement reflective practice techniques to apply your knowledge of workplace rights and responsibilities, including those under the Fair Work Act, other legislation and financial services regulation.
- Demonstrate a range of generic and behavioural skills required to be an effective professional, including the application of ethical communication in negotiation and managing conflict.
- Workplace preparation - Employment skills.
- Workplace preparation - The application process.
- Workplace preparation - Interviews.
- (Self Directed Online Study due to Public Holiday on 25 April) Workplace rights and responsibilities - Privacy and Cybersecurity.
- Workplace rights and responsibilities - Employment conditions.
- Workplace rights and responsibilities - Contemporary workplace issues.
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:and
- Equipment requirements - Audio/Video equipment
The primary aim of this course is to build on students’ awareness of their future employment environment covered in 1204AFE Professional Awareness, and to further develop the core knowledge and skills for them to effectively transition from a student to a professional reflective practitioner. To achieve this aim, the course continues to identify and apply tools to develop students' generic and behavioural skills, highlights workplace rights and responsibilities from both legislative and modern workplace expectations perspectives, and supports the development of a portfolio of evidence for application to internship or graduate positions.
- Employment portfolio (60%)
- Written Assignment (40%)
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