Legitimate skills and knowledge: developing a curriculum when the training package doesn't match your industry consultation

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Author: Aris, Sharon

Abstract:

This paper presents a case study of how a curriculum for a Diploma of Youth Work was developed when key results from the industry consultation didn't align with the training package. Most specifically, when a considerable area of necessary affective practice skills - in this case revolving around the necessary dispositions to work successfully with young people - was not expressed in any readily accessible form in the training package. This misalignment reflects the tension between the apparent singularity of skills in competency-based training and the cumulative and embodied skills...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Teaching and learning; Industry; Research; Skills and knowledge

Keywords: No Frills Conference; Case study; Competence; Curriculum development; Training package

Geographic subjects: Australia; Oceania

Published: Adelaide, South Australia: NCVER, 2016

Physical description: 14 slides

Also called: What's legitimate?: developing a curriculum when the training package doesn't match your industry consultation

Conference number: 25th

Date: 2016

Place: Rockhampton, Queensland

Resource type: Conference

Call number: TD/TNC 125.86

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