You are encouraged to maintain an evidenced record of your skills, experiences and achievements during your time at Queen’s. The University will support you in getting started with this, e.g. by providing you with a free "Myfuture" account. This includes an e-portfolio, Career event listings, Careers and Learning Development Service booking tool and an academic and career development planner plus an achievement logger. By keeping a record like this, you are generating an aide-mémoire that should be helpful to you when you start to prepare CV's, Job/postgraduate course applications and to plan possible answers to potential interview questions. Setting yourself goals to complete within a set timeframe is also a good way of organising and motivating yourself towards further achievements.
The following resources may also assist you in reviewing your strengths and weaknesses in,
Working as a member of a team
Addressing other goals within your Development Plan
Careers Service Presentation to Level 1 History Students (Roisin Copeland) (ppt)
Study Guide for Nursing and Midwifery students (produced by Bill Scott)
Nursing: Reflection Doc (Sept 08)
Nursing: Reflective Account (Sept 08)
Nursing; PDP Activity 1 (Sept 08)
Nursing: Personal Tutor XL (Sept 08)
Evidencing Skills in Working with Others (Nov 2010)
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For more information please read our Equality and Diversity Policy.
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