Employability is the ability to find, create and sustain work and learning across lengthening working lives and multiple work settings.

Employability development is the process of teaching students to think. It involves the cognitive and social development of learners as individuals, professionals and social citizens.

Employability is not a job. It does not come with the graduation certificate. It requires work throughout the career lifecycle.

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Project Events

  1. AAEE conference, Sydney

    December 10
  2. Residency, Leeds University

    December 18 - December 20
  3. Residency at Southampton University with Professor Carol Evans

    January 1, 2018 - January 31, 2018
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Featured News

New student resource launched

At last, the cover letter has been rethought.

This resource focuses on writing a cover letter. It begins by challenging students to scrutinise graduate opportunities, to reflect on their own skills and attributes and then to consider the World Economic Forum’s ‘10 top skills for 2020’. Once students have completed these tasks, they can take a look at the creation of group cover letters.

Expert in Residence

Each month, we feature an expert in residence who hosts a forum on a feature topic. Please be part of the conversation and share your expertise.

You can access our forums on our LinkedIn page here.

This month, Professor Ruth Bridgstock asks ‘What does higher education need to do, given the disrupted world of 21c work?

You can access past expert in residence forums here.

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Recently added resources

What does it take to be great?

What does it take to be a great actor, geologist, academic, or chemist? This resource incorporates a brainstorming exercise, some research on ‘discipline role models’, and a self-assessment. It is even more effective if students have completed the ‘Finding Your Mission’ and ‘Plotting Your Preferences’ activities.

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Fellowship News

New cover letter resource is launched!

At last, the cover letter has been rethought. What do you think? Writing a cover letter

How do you motivate students to accomplish their goals?

How do you motivate students to accomplish their goals? New student Career Story resource now available for students. This career story features an internationa...

ACEN webinar

ACEN Webinar 14 November 2017 11:00am-12:00pm (AEST) or 12 noon for AEDT Employability development involves the cognitive and social development of learners as ...

Whose responsibility is it to develop student employability?

No doubt we would argue that developing employability is everyone’s responsibility! To me, employability is metacognition: understanding why we think what...

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