No upcoming implementations. See the syllabus for more information.
Learning outcomes of the course
The student evaluates his own competencies and expertise and draws up his personal learning plan (PLP). Student is familiar with the curriculum and orientates to studies. The student is aware of his skills in information retrieval and is able to develop them. The student able to find out the future trends in his field of expertise. He can use foresight techniques and get familiar with innovative problem-solving methods. Student is able to act actively as a promoter of development in his field of work. Student is able to find foresight information based on national and international information sources and apply it critically in the development of working life. Relevant material according to the students' targeted development competences (PLP).
Orientation to the studies, personal learning and career plan
Identifying target competences for professional development
Information retrieval and source criticism
Innovative problem-solving methods
Orientation to the development of the field of work
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
Assessment of information retrieval skills
Participation in contact lectures
Participation in Future wheel workshop
PLP and PLP discussions
Weak signals: reporting and presentation
Personal Learning Plan:
The student is able to communicate his objectives in an effective way in his personal learning plan. The student is able to recognize his strengths and development challenges. He is also able to share the knowledge in his own organization and networks.
The student knows the most important methods of forecasting, evaluation and development, and the concepts related to them.
The student knows the most important methods of forecasting, evaluation and development and is able to use them.
The student manages the theoretical framework of the field, and he is able to show his expertise both orally and in written form. He is able to recognize development needs in his organization.
4 (Very good)
The student manages the theoretical framework of the field, and he is able to show his expertise both orally and in written form. He is able to recognize development needs in his organization, and he is able to utilize tools in development, forecasting and evaluation.
The student is able to creative and innovative problem solving and decision making in development of working life. The student can apply his expertise in proactive organisational development. He can identify innovative approaches, PPP partnerships and entrepreneurship opportunities for quality, productivity and service development. He has excellent communication skills.