Meta-skills. What are they? Do you have them? Are you using them to their full potential?
We frequently reflect on hard and soft skills, such as computer literacy and leadership, but have you ever thought about the skills you require to learn new skills? Think self-awareness, resilience and creativity.
This two day, online course will provide you with a full introduction to meta-skills, discussing what they are, how you can develop them, and understand when and where to apply them in your work and home life.
You will map your meta-skills to create a digital ‘meta CV’, capturing experiences that demonstrate your development and application of key meta-skills, which could come in useful when creating your CV and applying for new roles.
This course has limited spaces available. Should you be unable to attend, please cancel your booking via Eventbrite to allow us to re-allocate your place.
Failure to cancel and or attend, may result in you being removed from any future courses.
By taking part in this course participants will gain experience of:
The course will be delivered as part of the National Transition Training Fund and, as such, will be aimed at people aged 25 or over, who face or have recently been made redundant.
West College Scotland is modern, ambitious and innovative.
Created on 1 August 2013 by the merger of Clydebank College, Reid Kerr College in Paisley and James Watt College in Greenock, the College has 30,000 students and 1,200 staff, making it one of the biggest educational institutions in the country.
Dates & Venues
|Date||15 - 16 April, 29 - 30 April or 13 - 14 May 2021|
|Duration||10.00 - 16.00|
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