CSU Graduates will develop discipline-specific knowledge, skills, attitudes, professional values and practice capabilities necessary to prepare to become future professionals for work and life. They will demonstrate appropriate capabilities of a beginning practitioner including their employability through critical reflection on self, others and established norms; professional decision making, judgment and professionalism; and collaboration and teamwork in situated practices.
Demonstrate knowledge, capabilities, practices, attitudes, ethics and dispositions of their discipline or profession.
|Possess the knowledge and understanding of the discipline and the nature of professionalism required for the given profession or discipline in contemporary societies ||Demonstrate discipline-specific technical capabilities and self-appraisal required for a beginning practitioner or professional ||Exercise professionalism, initiative and judgement in decision making, actions and evaluation in professional practice at the level of a beginning practitioner or professional|
Assessment must include authentic assignments that address reflective practice on professional culture and professional practice. Assessment should be authentic, judgment-based, collaborative and focus on career-wide learning.
Identify a list of capabilities required in the future landscape of your chosen career direction and critically discuss why and how you will create learning opportunities to fine-tune these capabilities
Reflect on workplace learning experience, culture and required skills development
Produce of artefacts required for future work and employability such as developing a professional portfolio, evidence of practice capability attested by professionals, clients and academics.