Using GOS and GOS-L data – webinar

Using GOS and GOS-L data – webinar

‘Employment and Employability: Using GOS and GOS-L data to talk about employability’ – webinar

Monday 15 April 2019

In this presentation we will look at the data that institutions hold from the QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS) of recent graduates and GOS- Longitudinal (three years after completion) and the “stories” that can be told to drive improvement in institutions.  In this presentation we will take an overview of QILT and then do a deep dive below the public employment indicators to discover the wealth of information that is available and how QILT can be customised to maximise its potential to measure what is important to institutions.

Delivered by

Lisa Bolton, Director, QILT Research and Strategy, Social Research Centre

Lisa Bolton, Director, QILT Research and Strategy, Social Research Centre

Lisa Bolton, Director, QILT Research and Strategy, Social Research Centre

Lisa has been working in the QILT program at the Social Research Centre since January 2015.  Prior to this she spent 29 years in the VET and University sector in a range of roles from teaching, curriculum review, academic management, quality management, strategic planning, organisational research, surveys and evaluation. (BEd from Deakin University (Rusden) and MEd (Leadership and Management) from RMIT).

Associate Professor Denise Jackson (ECU)

Associate Professor Denise Jackson (ECU)

Associate Professor Denise Jackson (ECU)

Denise will also be discussing some of the studies she has conducted using data from the Graduate Outcomes Survey and Student Experience Survey to evaluate her own WIL programs and the impact of WIL more broadly.

WIL Manager, University of Waikato

WIL Manager, University of Waikato

The Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) Central Unit has been established to ensure every undergraduate student is presented with the opportunity to undertake some form of work-integrated learning as part of their qualification. We are seeking an enthusiastic and well organised person who relates well to a wide range of people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures and who has demonstrated experience creating positive relationships across key stakeholders and external partners.

In this position you will be responsible for maintaining central oversight of all operational WIL processes at the University. You will establish and maintain connections between University staff and industry, employers, researchers and professional bodies to create collaborative relationships and facilitate the University’s WIL programme. You will identify opportunities to strengthen staff and student engagement in WIL and make recommendations to ensure the WIL programme continues to improve graduate outcomes for University of Waikato students.

Position closes on the 28th of Sept.

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