In 2005 HEFCE named Sheffield Hallam University a national Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) in Embedding, Enhancing and Integrating Employability (e3i).
Over the past five years of funding, we have made significant impact and change in terms of employability provision for courses at the University.
This website contains a range of resources, guides and materials for you to explore and use.
From the five year funding period the e3i CETL has made considerable impact within the university and across the wider sector. To achieve this we have:
Developed an employability framework
Created an employability audit instrument for course planners
Collaborated with the Careers Services to create a range of resources
Supported a range of projects and case studies as exemplars of how employability can be integrated in various approaches
Undertaken research into employability
"To be employed is to be at risk, to be employable is to be secure" - Peter Hawkins, The Art of Building Windmills
"Enabling students to acquire the knowledge, personal and professional skills and encourage the attitudes that will support their future development and employment " - Sheffield Hallam University
Over the past five years the e3i CETL has hosted a number of conferences and workshops e.g.
In 2010 we hosted a conference titled "Success in developing student employability"
In 2009 we hosted a conference titled "Student Perspectives on Employability"
In 2008 we hosted a conference titled "Employability For the Future: Employer, Student and Academic Perspectives"
For more information about our conferences, please click here.