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Introduction to Professional Practice - PROF101

This unit offers an introduction to professional practice. Students will have opportunities to develop fundamental workplace skills, including communication, teamwork, decision-making, networking and reflective practice. Students will reflect on their personal attributes, values and skills, engage in career planning and goal setting, as well as exploring industries, organisations and/or occupations. The unit is designed to help students begin to develop an understanding of their professional identity and the changing nature of work. The unit will provide a foundation for students to complete a successful practical experience in a workplace as part of their studies. While students admitted to the Bachelor of Professional Practice have enrolment priority for this unit, a limited number of spaces are open to students enrolled in other degrees.

Credit Points: 3
When Offered:

S2 Day - Session 2, North Ryde, Day

Staff Contact(s): Dr Jennifer Ruskin

Admission to BActStudBProfPrac or BComProfAccgBProfPrac Prerequisite Information


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