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GSP Induction Workshop 1: Enrolment and Orientation

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The College of Social Sciences Graduate Skills Programme (GSP)
Joanna (1st Year Law student)
1 element per year
Starts with 'Work Related Learning' element
Case study 1
James (MSc postgraduate)
Job search at end of year
Focuses on ‘Jobs and careers’ element
Case study 2
Introduction to GSP
Getting started with your ePortfolio...
Your ePortfolio
And finally...
Why is GSP relevant to you?

Access
academic and career planning
skills sessions
Network
with employers
Get involved
with extra-curricular
activities and work experience opportunities
Group activity

Look at the four GSP elements and the sessions and activities.
What have you been involved in?
What would you like to take part in?

Consider:
Your future career plans;
Realistic time commitments;
Skills/experience gaps and development of strengths and weaknesses.
Academic skills
Extra-curricular
Work-related learning
Jobs and careers
Develop your research skills, academic writing, practise your time management, prepare for exams and plan your academic skills development... and much more.
Join clubs and societies; discover interests and skills you never knew you had; get involved in volunteering; reflect on your outside hobbies and interests, or even represent your classmates as a student representative... and much more.
Get experience of the world of work by participating in Careers Service sessions and employer events or undertaking work placements, part-time jobs, or even setting up your own company.
Prepare yourself for the job market by building an effective CV and LinkedIn profile, reviewed by GSP and Careers Service staff.
GSP sessions, activities
and workshops
Self-directed activities (optional)
Self-directed by students with support from their GSP tutors

Sessions (optional)
Delivered by University staff and graduate Employers

Induction / Reflective writing / weekly workshops (core)
Delivered by GSP tutors to introduce programme and support completion of GSP ePortfolio

reflecting
identifying
planning
reflecting on progress
Personal Development Planning is about:
GSP ePortfolios on the web
Weekly Workshops
How to contact us
- GSP Induction Workshop 1: Enrolment and Orientation -
4-5pm in ASRF Seminar Room (109)
66 Oakfield Avenue
-ePortfolio deadline-
For students attending in semester 2, the submission dates are as follows:
First draft for formative feedback – 27th March
Final draft for assessment – 10th April


Key benefits:
Every Monday
GSP
Induction workshop 1:
Enrolment and orientation
Induction workshop 2: Reflective Writing
3
sessions or
1
self-directed activity
1
self-directed activity
2
self-directed activities
Time management
Presentation skills
Note making and reading strategies
Academic style
Exam technique (and more...)
Sessions:
Self-directed Activity:
Dissertation/Research Project
Clubs and Societies
Student Ambassadors
Volunteering
Class representatives
SRC Council
Study abroad
Self-directed Activities:
Internships and Work Experience
Part-time Jobs
Student Enterprise
Student Media
GPMP (ASBS only)
Self-directed Activities:
Sessions:
Develop a CV (Careers Consultation required)
Develop effective LinkedIn profile
3
sessions or
1
self-directed activity
/GSPGlasgow
@GSPGlasgow
COSS Employability Awards
GSP in practice
University of Glasgow
Graduate Attribute Matrix

Pair activity
Choose one activity you have been involved in from your Academic, Extra-curricular or Work-related experience.

Which graduate attributes has this activity helped you to develop?
How will these graduate attributes impact your future employability?
How will they impact your academic studies?
Your ePortfolio
Weekly workshops/
individual feedback
Academic skills
Extra-curricular
Develop your research skills, academic writing, practise your time management, prepare for exams and plan your academic skills development... and much more.
Join clubs and societies; discover interests and skills you never knew you had; get involved in volunteering; reflect on your outside hobbies and interests, or even represent your classmates as a student representative... and much more.
University of Glasgow
Graduate Attribute Matrix

Reflecting on your graduate attributes
Careers Service sessions/consultations
Employers Events and Talks
Work-related learning
Get experience of the world of work by participating in Careers Service sessions and employer events or undertaking work placements, part-time jobs, or even setting up your own company.
Jobs and careers
Prepare yourself for the job market by building an effective CV and LinkedIn profile, reviewed by GSP and Careers Service staff.
Academic skills
Extra-curricular
Develop your research skills, academic writing, practise your time management, prepare for exams and plan your academic skills development... and much more.
Join clubs and societies; discover interests and skills you never knew you had; get involved in volunteering; reflect on your outside hobbies and interests, or even represent your classmates as a student representative... and much more.
Work-related learning
Get experience of the world of work by participating in Careers Service sessions and employer events or undertaking work placements, part-time jobs, or even setting up your own company.
http://michaelahruskova.weebly.com/
http://evageorgieva.weebly.com/
ePortfolio structure and checklist
Professional profile
Professional summary

Academic skills/attributes paragraph
Why you are studying your course, area(s) of interest, key incidents/experiences, skills/attributes developed

Personal (extra-curricular) skills/attributes paragraph
What extra-curricular activities have you been involved in, key incidents/experiences, skills/attributes developed

Transferable (work related) skills/attributes paragraph
What work related activities have you been involved in, key incidents/experiences, skills/attributes developed, future plans/aspirations
Task:
Start your summary statement.

What have you done in the three areas?
Make a bullet point list for each of the academic, personal (extra-curricular) and transferable (work-related) experiences and skills.
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