An example of how you will develop this skill further
The ability to produce concise, grammatical and well expressed text
in a manner appropriate to different readers, presenting a persuasive argument.
writing for (student) newspaper
secretary of societies - recording minutes of meeting
Oral communication using speech to express ideas and give information or explanations effectively
The ability to verbally express ideas to others or give a presentation in a clear and ordered manner, including use of audio equipment and overhead projector. Perhaps, simply, giving accurate instructions, or, more influentially, being a spokesperson.
giving a presentation as part of course work
working on a reception desk
participation in tutorial groups/seminars/workshops
presentations to other students and academics
committee work in societies
work on Nightline
Community Interaction Volunteers - S.U.
Community Service Volunteers - national group
presentation Skills Workshops offered by Employers/AIESEC
The ability to identify the key issues of a problem, and to then use your knowledge and understanding to find a creative and appropriate solution. This may involve conceptual thinking, analytical thinking, strategic thinking, thinking on your feet, innovativeness and improvisation.
developing a new product or service during a vacation work placement
workshops and tutorials
attending employers' vacation placement/workshops
management business games
organising (social) events for Hall or Society
dealing with accommodation problems or travel plans
work-based projects in vacations
Community Interaction Volunteers - S.U
identifying options, evaluating them, and then choosing the most appropriate
Evaluating available information, identifying options and reaching effective conclusions. Making decisions which can be realistically implemented and taking responsibility for them.
secretary of a Hall Committee deciding which events you should organise with the funds available
participating in employers' vacation placements/workshops
completing your action plans for skills development in the SPD
holding office with responsibility for events or budgets
making career decisions
choosing optional courses
holding discussions with people in order to reach a position of mutual satisfaction and agreement
The ability to influence another person and reach agreement on a contentious topic, through mediation or bargaining.