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CSV3206 GAPS Professional Development 2
Credit Points: 15
CSV3106 GAPS Professional Development 1
CSV3106 GAPS Professional Development 1

The GAPS program is an ECU initiative based on extensive research into similar programs offered at universities world wide. The program offers students an opportunity to explore their professional development needs and prepare for future work through a process of individual needs assessment, flexible self-directed learning and reflective practice. This unit offers students the opportunity to do extended supervised professional development in their discipline field as an integral part of their undergraduate degree. The two GAPS units focus on professional skills that will enhance the value of a student to any future employer and give them an advantage in job seeking.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
G22Bachelor of Arts (Education)/Bachelor of Social Science (Youth, Health and Physical Activity)
SMDISDisability Major
MADISDisability Major
SMGHSGerontology Major
MAGHSGerontology Major
SMHSERHuman Services Major
MAHSERHuman Services Major
MIPDProfessional Development Minor
SMYHPYouth, Health and Physical Activity Major
MAYHPYouth, Health and Physical Activity Major
Disability Standards for Education (Commonwealth 2005)
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004