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41035 Engineering Practice Preparation 1

3cp; 1 x 1hr (lecture), 6 x 2hrs (computer-based tutorial), 1 x 3hrs (seminar)
Requisite(s): 48230c Engineering Communication
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Engineering Practice


Undergraduate

Notes

International students in five-year combined degrees (C09068, C09070, C09072, C09074 and C09076), students in the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (C09066) and the Master of Professional Engineering (C04309) are required to undertake online post-enrolment language assessment (OPELA) screening prior to commencing in this subject. Students who achieve a Band 1 result are required to undertake 42015 Engineering Practice in an Australian Context instead of this subject. Students who achieve a Band 2 or 3 result may continue with this subject.

Description

This early-stage undergraduate subject helps initiate students to the engineering workplace by developing the communication and documentation skills necessary to apply for a job. Students plan for learning on the job as well as their own personal and professional development. Some tasks include preparing a personal résumé, job application letters, employment interviewing, and practising workplan negotiation skills and assertiveness skills.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus
Spring session, City campus


Detailed subject description.

Access conditions

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