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Developing Transferable Skills

Enhancing Your Research and Employment Potential
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ISBN-13:
9781446260340
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
29.10.2013
Seiten:
184
Autor:
Pam Denicolo
Gewicht:
286 g
Format:
233x155x10 mm
Serie:
Success in Research
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

A succinct guide to understanding and developing transferable skills, explaining why they are needed and how they can be acquired, and how to use them to impress prospective employers.
What Are Transferable Skills and Why They Are Needed?
How Can Researchers Identify Which Transferable Skills Are Needed?
How Can Transferable Skills Be Acquired?
What Are the Key Intellectual Skills Directly Related to Research?
What Skills Are Involved In Dealing With Information And With Maintaining Integrity As A Researcher?
What Are The Key Practical Research Project Skills?
What Are The Key People Skills And Personal Attributes?
How Can Skill Development Be Evidenced, Assessed And Evaluated?
How Can Transferable Skills Be Marketed Effectively To Enhance Employability? (Dawn Duke)
How Can Researchers Make A Successful Transition To Another Employment?
How Can Transferable Skills Become An Integral Part Of Life?
Appendix 1: Joint Statement Skills (JSS)
Appendix 2: Development Cycle Diagram
Appendix 3: Summary Diagram Of The Researcher Development Framework
Appendix 4: Employability Skills Questionnaire
Glossary Of Terms
Index
'PhD students and young researchers increasingly find employment outside the world of education. This book is an excellent guide to the skills they will need as they make that move.'

- Professor Nigel Vincent, Vice-President for Research & HE Policy, The British Academy



'This book should be required reading for researchers embarking on a research career, particularly those on doctoral training programmes, and academics in their roles as supervisors or managers of researchers.'

- Dr Janet Metcalfe, Chair and Head Vitae



This book provides a succinct guide for doctoral and early career researchers about the nature of transferable skills, why they are needed and how they can be acquired, evidenced and marketed.