What does work ready mean? Speech Pathology employer perceptions.

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    Abstract

    Work ready graduates have skills and attributes to succeed in the workplace. However, there is minimal agreement regarding what constitutes work readiness in allied health. Work readiness requires integration across learner, educational and workplace contexts, and competency is an important component. Australian speech
    pathology has well defined competency-based occupational standards and a robust standardised assessment to evaluate competency, but links with work readiness are unclear.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages634-636
    Number of pages2
    Publication statusPublished - 2016
    EventAustralia New Zealand Association of Health Professional Education -
    Duration: 22 Mar 2016 → …

    Conference

    ConferenceAustralia New Zealand Association of Health Professional Education
    Period22/03/16 → …

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    Brebner, C., McAllister, S., & Attrill, S. (2016). What does work ready mean? Speech Pathology employer perceptions.. 634-636. Paper presented at Australia New Zealand Association of Health Professional Education, .