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IT PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES AND THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE LABOUR MARKET: EXPERIENCE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM


Year of Publication2009
AuthorsGray E.
Language articleEnglish
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Abstract

Understanding the employment market while defining specific skill sets associated with potential graduates is always important for courses in higher education.

Pagination024-043
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DOI: 
10.14308/ite000051
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References: 

1. Biggs J.B. (2007) Teaching for Quality Learning at University (3rd Edition), Open University Press/McGraw Hill.
2. Leggott, D. and Stapleford, J. (2004) Enhancing student awareness of employability skills through the use of progress files, Navigating the New Landscape for Languages conference, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 30 June – 1 July 2004. Available online: http://www.lang.ltsn.ac.uk/resources/paper.aspx?resourceid=2279, last accessed 30 January 2008.
3. Redfern N. (2007) Employability and Oral Assessment, Journal of Employability and the Humanities 1.
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5. SFIA: The Skills Framework for the Information Age, http://www.sfia.org.uk, last accessed 30 January 2008.
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10. Skills for Knowledge Management: Building a Knowledge Economy, Angela Abell and Sandra Ward, TFPL Ltd/ISBN: 1870889843.

REFERENCES (TRANSLATED AND TRANSLITERATED)

1. Biggs J.B. (2007) Teaching for Quality Learning at University (3rd Edition), Open University Press/McGraw Hill.
2. Leggott, D. and Stapleford, J. (2004) Enhancing student awareness of employability skills through the use of progress files, Navigating the New Landscape for Languages conference, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 30 June – 1 July 2004. Available online: http://www.lang.ltsn.ac.uk/resources/paper.aspx?resourceid=2279, last accessed 30 January 2008.
3. Redfern N. (2007) Employability and Oral Assessment, Journal of Employability and the Humanities 1.
4. Ribchester, C. and Mitchell, H. (2004) Level 1 student perceptions about employability, career planning and careers guidance, Planet 13: 16-17.
5. SFIA: The Skills Framework for the Information Age, http://www.sfia.org.uk, last accessed 30 January 2008.
6. SFIAplus: BCS, http://www.bcs.org/server.php?show=nav.7849, last accessed 30 January 2008.
7. SFIA profiler: e-skills UK, http://www.e-skills.com/Products-and-services/SFIA-Profiler/1502, last accessed 30 January 2008.
8. SFIA: IET, http://www.theiet.org/careers/cpd/competences/, last accessed 30 January 2008.
9. SFIA: IMIS, http://www.imis.org.uk/about/sfia, last accessed 30 January 2008.
10. Skills for Knowledge Management: Building a Knowledge Economy, Angela Abell and Sandra Ward, TFPL Ltd/ISBN: 1870889843.



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Gray E. IT PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES AND THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE LABOUR MARKET: EXPERIENCE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM / E.Gray // Informational Technologies in Education. - 2009. - № 3. - P. 24-43.