This publication explores the policy and institutional context that frames the environment within which people work. We highlight the possibilities and constraints that operate in different national, institutional and departmental situations, which have a direct impact on the way teaching and learning takes place. We also give particular attention to the curriculum and learning and teaching practice.
The publication includes a series of case studies, which focus on learning and teaching that supports the development of student employability.
This guide is a revised version of the ‘Pedagogy for employability’ publication first published in 2006 in conjunction with the Enhancing Student Employability Co-ordination Team (ESECT).