Employability In Nutrition
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- 29 May 2023
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- Analyse various discipline-specific career pathways in the field of nutrition science.
- Effectively communicate the rationale for decisions made in workplace environments.
- Apply initiative and judgement to problem-solving in workplace environments.
- Appraise personal practice to identify areas for improvement in professional communication and workplace problem solving skills.
- • Nutrition professionals and their journeys.
- • Volunteerism and building networks.
- • Understanding yourself and finding the right career.
- • Job search strategies and identifying transferrable skills.
- • Addressing key selection criteria and CVs.
- • Business talk.
- • Interview skills.
- • Interacting with others, and building and sustaining relationships.
- • Navigating difficult conversations.
Past La Trobe University students who have previously completed DTN3EMP (Employability In Nutrition) are ineligible to enrol in this subject.
- Other requirements - This subject is available through Open Universities Australia (OUA) and the course is restricted for enrolment. Single subject enrolments for restricted subjects are not available at OUA, please see https://www.latrobe.edu.au/study/apply/pathways/single-subject-entry for further information.
In this subject, you will explore various nutrition-related career pathways and you will learn workplace specific problem-solving skills and professional communication to enhance your employability.
- 10 minute oral presentation (500 word equivalent) (15%)
- 6 x 15 minute on line quizzes (35%)
- 2500-word report, which includes a 1000-word reflective journal (50%)
Current study term: 28 May 23 to 27 Aug 23
Textbook information is pending.