WORK BASED LEARNING 3

SHE Level 4
SCQF Credit Points 20.00
ECTS Credit Points 10.00
Module Code MHK224777
Module Leader Gibril Njie
School School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment
Subject Construction and Surveying
Trimester
  • A (September start)-B (January start)

Pre-Requisite Knowledge

Level 3 modules in relevant part time EBE programmes

Summary of Content

Continuing work experience in a position of responsibility within a suitable construction environment developing the students social and interpersonal skills, application and development of work procedures, ability to question concepts and relate the theoretical and technological aspects of the programme to the working practices and developments in the construction industry.

Syllabus

Work experience within a suitable construction environment which allows the student to develop :- 1.Competent social and interpersonal skills. 2.Competent application and development of work procedures. 3.The ability to question concepts and to relate the theoretical and technological aspects of the course with the current practice and developments in the construction industry 4. Competence in working as an individual and in teams to meet targets and deadlines. 5.Competent personal organisational skills. 6.Competence in technical evaluation and reports. 7.Sound negotiating skills.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this module, students should be able to:1. Demonstrate well developed applicatory skills, personal and social skills and full self-awareness of ability, aptitude and character.2. Demonstrate well developed work disciplines and routines.3. Demonstrate well developed self-confidence and maturity.4. Demonstrate full understanding of team working, personal relationships and authority and be able to undertake small team leadership5. Achieve work experience sufficient to continue meeting the requirements for membership of an appropriate Professional Body (eg JBM, CIOB, ICES, ICE, IStructE, IHE, CIHT)6. Question and develop industrial, professional and academic concepts and procedures.7. Improve analytical problem solving techniques without supervision in a working environment.8. Clarify career progression decisions and objectives by being more aware of the available careers, sampling different types of work and exchanging views with colleagues and peer group.

Teaching / Learning Strategy

Recording and reviewing work activity with employers and academic staff on a regular basis resulting in improved self awareness, suitable work experience and work responsibility, demonstrated through logbook, student report and appropriate case study.

Indicative Reading

Dependent on the status of the student, range of workload, employer demands and specialisation. Bailey, A. (1993) All write - effective writing for professional people. The College of Estate Management. * Cottrell, S. (2015) Skills for success: personal development and employability, 3rd edition. Palgrave study guides series.

Transferrable Skills

Demonstrate transferable skills largely dependent on type of work experience but broadly the competent application of industrial and public relations, business and industrial procedures, managerial skills and contract documentation. Demonstrate self reliance and capacity for team working and leadership to meet deadlines successfully. Demonstrate developing negotiating skills.

Module Structure

Activity Total Hours
Lectures (PT) 1.00
Placement 195.00
Assessment (PT) 4.00

Assessment Methods

Component Duration Weighting Threshold Description
Course Work 02 n/a 60.00 n/a Coursework 2: Trimester B Submission of Resume of Professional Experience(And, for CM students, an Annual Report reflecting on competencies)
Course Work 01 n/a 40.00 n/a Coursework 1: Trimester A Submission of Critical Analysis (SWOT Analysis) (For CM students, a detailed Proposal of competencies to be addressed)