Work Experience in HE

This course is intended to enhance the understanding of the key issues and influences impacting on the delivery of work experience in HE. 

The three-day residential course is for anyone managing or working to deliver work experience to students and graduates within higher education.

Participants will understand a range of perspectives on work experience in HE, including:

  • the role of work experience in theories of learning and career development
  • institutional infrastructure to support work experience
  • critique competing perspectives on the above with reference to own context and professional values
  • to formulate responses and implement recommendations by applying the knowledge and understanding above to own institutional setting in the support of career and employability development
  • present material in a clear written form by identifying, analysing and applying key texts and practices using appropriate and adequate structure, spelling, grammar, syntax, length and referencing.

The cost for this three-day residential course includes the training sessions, refreshments, meals and en-suite accommodation for two nights. If you would like to stay at Warwick the night before, please contact Warwick Conferences on 024 7652 3222 directly. 

The course is delivered by The University of Warwick in collaboration with AGCAS. It is an optional module of the CEIGHE MA and PG Diploma and can also be undertaken as a PG Award. CEIGHE registrants are supported by materials and resources from both the AGCAS and The University of Warwick’s websites.

It is also open to non-registrants whose course support and materials will be provided solely by AGCAS.

Additional information for CEIGHE regitrants