It takes a village to employ our university graduates, and to help them be employable. As educators (professors, lecturers, examiners, tutors, casuals ...) we need to join, and lead, that village. Evidence is mounting that embedding employability and career development learning into curriculum, pedagogy and assessment (at the course/unit/subject and program level) has measurable positive impact on graduate employment outcomes. In October 2019, the Australian Government released the Performance Based Funding Plan for Universities. Forty percent (the highest category) of that funding is determined by the universities' graduate employment outcomes. But how do we do it? This podcast presents eight practical strategies / approaches to shaping your teaching to help your students (and therefore graduates) be employable. 

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