Reddan Gregory & Rauchle Maja (2012). Â« Student Perceptions of the Value of Career Development Learning to a Work-Integrated Learning Course in Exercise Science Â». Australian Journal of Career Development, vol. 21, nÂ° 1, p. 38–48. En ligne : <http://acd.sagepub.com/content/21/1/38.refs>.
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|Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Reddan2012
|Categories: Enseignement supĂ©rieur
Keywords: Ă©tudiant, insertion professionnelle, vie professionnelle
Creators: Rauchle, Reddan
Collection: Australian Journal of Career Development
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Work-integrated learning has become a significant feature of Australian universities over the past decade. Earlier research indicates that some form of career development is essential to prepare undergraduate students for a competitive employment market. The 2008 National Association of Graduate Careers Advisory services (NAGCAs) symposium sought to establish best practice in the integration of career development learning and work-integrated learning. The NAGCAs symposium and resulting project served as a catalyst for the current study, which examined the value of career development learning to work-integrated learning through student perceptions of the benefits of career education workshops in Field Project, a final-year course for the Bachelor of Exercise science at Griffith University, Gold Coast. The findings suggest that university students should be exposed to courses that provide a combination of career education and work-integrated learning as part of their formal studies to maximise their employment potential for optimal economic and social outcomes.