1 Session 1: Introduction to the moduleICTM Module Delivery Team 1https://www.property-elite.co.uk/post/hot-topic-highlight-mandatory-competency-conduct-rules-ethics-professional-practice Introduce the moduleIntroduce the assessments of the module Assessment Methods of learning OutcomeFive steps Model ICTM Module Delivery Team1 22 The professional portfolio, as culmination of your degreeexperience, is intended to showcase your best work andto produce a coherent narrative of skills and interests.This will help you to position yourself as a professional inyour preferred sector and enable you to reflect on yourdevelopment in productive ways.ICTM Module Delivery Team 3 The portfolio has three components. One of these is adigital showcase of professional practice, whichconstitutes further development of coursework selectedand situated around a common theme. The secondcomponent is an industry analysis, a thoroughlyresearched essay examining the market, industry orsector you wish to enter in terms of its direction andopportunities, your specialised skill set and its place inrelation to opportunities. The final component is apersonal development plan. The module will include weekly lectures, groupseminars, and one-to-one supervisions, to support you inmultiple ways as you carry out this final piece of work.ICTM Module Delivery Team 43 43 At the end of the module, you will be able to: LO#Learning Outcome DescriptionAssessment CriteriaCategory1Synthesize component concepts and characteristics of sustainable process as an area of academic and applied study,in order to generate original ideas and propose alternative solutions.None2Formulate appropriate decisions in complex and unpredictable contexts in which data may be limited or contradictory,applying creativity and risk management appropriately.None3Evaluate the development of your creative and ethical leadership skills in a realworld environment.INDUSTRY4Apply a justified systematic approach to research methodology and demonstrateadvanced information skills.RESEARCH5Accurately deploy established techniques of analysis to critically evaluate arguments, assumptions, abstract conceptsand data (that may be incomplete).None6Produce persuasive communications regarding information, ideas, problems andsolutions to identified specialist and/or non-specialist audiences.COMMUNICATION7Design your ongoing learning and continuing personal and professional development through self-appraisal, reflectionand self-management.None8Argue individual positions to formulate safe and effective solutions within a team, whilst recognizing and respectingopposing professional opinions and the values of inclusivity.None ICTM Module Delivery Team 5 AssessmentMethodDescription ofAssessment Method%LearningOutcomesAssessedCompulsoryPOPortfolio(recommended 3,500words)1003, 4, 6Compulsory ICTM Module Delivery Team 65 64ICTM Module Delivery Team 7 ActivityHoursLecture12Seminar10Tutorial5Practical classes and workshops5Project supervision10Independent Learning Hours: 158 (1st) 85-100%OUTSTANDING(1st) 70-84%EXCELLENT(2:1) 60-69%VERY GOOD(2:2) 50-59%COMPETENT(3rd) 40-49%ADEQUATEFail 30-39%MARGINALFAILFail 0-29%FAILAchieved therequiredlearningoutcomesAchieved therequiredlearningoutcomesAchieved therequiredlearningoutcomesAchieved therequiredlearningoutcomesAchieved therequiredlearningoutcomeswith aminimallyadequateresponse.The studenthas Failed toachieve therequiredlearningoutcomes.The studenthas Failed toachieve therequiredlearningoutcomes. ICTM Module Delivery Team 87 85Why you study this ModuleWorkplaces have been impacted by global economiccircumstances, the pace of technological change,and culturally and linguistically diverse and ageingpopulations.https://multco.us/assertive-engagement/resources-and-further-learning9106In such a dynamic, fast changing, and demanding workingenvironment, people need to acquire the necessary knowledgeand skills for the profession that they want to work in, and keepupdating and educating themselves about the latest advancesin the profession – broadly known as professional practice.https://multco.us/assertive-engagement/resources-and-further-learning The term “professional practice” refers to the conduct andwork of someone from a particular profession .Professions are occupations that require a prolongedperiod of education and training. They are often overseenby professional bodies who may accredit educationalestablishments and qualified professionals “Practising in a professional manner requires thatindividuals have skills, knowledge, values and attitudesappropriate to their role and responsibility within the setting.In addition, it requires regular reflection upon practice andengagement in supported, ongoing professionaldevelopment” (Siolta, 2006)11127“Professional practice” can be viewed in differentway: Practising a Profession, as in the familiar expression“practising medicine”, “practising law”, “practising teaching”,or “practising nursing” and the like. Practising Professionalism—that is, the fact that oneenacts professionalism, one practises what it is to beprofessional, or to be a professional. referring to, or evoking, a moral-ethical quality a practice might be described as “professional”—in contrastto what might be seen as “amateur”.Source: Green, B. (2009). Understanding and researching professional practice, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam.www.peoplemanagement.co.uk/news/articles/graduates-not-workplaceready13148Projections ofqualification profile ofemployment (2024)Source: UKCES, 2016 KNOWLEDGE SKILLS◦ hard skills (e.g., quantitative skills, IT)◦ soft skills (e.g., teamwork, networking, and creativethinking) ATTRIBUTES (attitudes and personal qualities suitable forthe workplace)15169The indicative of resources available in Course HandbookICTM Module Delivery Team 17ICTM Module Delivery Team 181718
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