• Microcredentials : now and in the future 

      Wilson, Hugh (2020-02)
      Microcredentials recognise smaller packages of learning than traditional educational qualifications. There are a number of potential benefits that may be offered by using these small packages of learning before, during ...
    • Producing work-ready graduate for the construction industry 

      Aliakbarlou, Sadegh; Wilkinson, Suzanne.; Costello, Seosamh.; Jang, Hyounseung.; Aliakbarlou, Hamid. (Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), 2018-12-06)
      While educating building professionals is an essential component of the construction education sector, producing work-ready graduates to meet the construction industry requires greater effort. The factors that influence ...
    • The seven wonders of employability 

      Hebblethwaite, Denisa; Ayling, Diana (New Zealand Association for Cooperative Education, 2018-04)
      There is growing recognition among tertiary education organisations (TEOs) of the importance and responsibility of transitioning students into the workplace. Previously, providing students with opportunities to gain real ...
    • Use of online on-demand microcredentials to provide an alternative learning pathway for an engineering diploma programme 

      Wilson, Hugh; Hay, Malcolm (2019-12)
      This paper sets out the methodology and results of a feasibility study and the following pilot project which were implemented to investigate the use of microcredentials as an alternative learning pathway for the civil ...
    • What civil engineering graduates actually do 

      Wilson, Hugh (2019-02)
      2013 survey and interviews 2013 - activities 2013 - fields Roles 2018 survey Expanded roles Roles 2017 survey - employers Interviewee details Roles and competencies Suggested improvements
    • What do our graduates do? 

      Wilson, Hugh (2015-02)
      Methodology Online survey Interviews Limitations Civil Engineers Most Auckland based
    • Work-Integrated Learning: Shaping employability skills for the future 

      Ayling, Diana; Hebblethwaite, Denisa; Kearns, Nick (2021-04-30)
      Over the last five years the employability skills sought by business has changed. This trend will continue due to the increasing impact of automation, outsourcing and information and communication technology (ICT) in the ...

       Unitec Institute of Technology, Private Bag 92025, Victoria Street West, Auckland 1142