Institute for Work Based Learning Video List 2010-2011

A definitive list of subjects covered during my commission in 2010-2011 to meet the needs of a growing Institute for Work Based Learning MIddlesex University driven by the Middlesex Organisational Development Network (MODNet), the first UK university-led network focusing on engagement with employers.

1) eLearning artifacts developed to meet specific staff needs of their students, conferences and presentations.

2) Videos designed for a business audience to explain the advantages and benefits and spread the message of Work Based Learning.

Video Index for Research Proposals

The videos all ready digitised and available to review for research into 'Metaphors in work-based learning' on request by email.

 

  Draft natural category groupings. Durations and video roll references to be added.

Main Project Webcasts - 1hr + post broadcast interviews

 

David Williams

Head of BusinessDevelopment & Marketing

Institute for Work Based Learning

 

Dr Brian Sutton

Managing Director

Learning4Leaders

7th Oct 2009

David Williams

Head of Business Development & Marketing

Institute for Work Based Learning

Prof Jonathan Garnett

Director of the Institute for Work Based Learning at Middlesex

Jonathan Garnett Name: Professor Jonathan Garnett
Title: The Director of the Institute for Work Based Learning Subject: WBL across Middlesex University, November 2009

14th Oct 2009

Peter Hughes

Open for Business Ltd

Wendy Monaghan  Education and Lifelong Learning Manager at the Marine Society.

 

4th Nov 2009

Professor Edward J Esche Dean of the School of Arts & Education at Middlesex University

The School of Arts and Education

Professor Edward J Esche, Dean of the School of Arts and Education at Middlesex University explains how a project is worked out between the employer and an employee to solve a problem that the company needs to solve.

WBL Student Profile in Arts and Education

Professor Edward Esche explains how students or candidates for work based learning vary very widely and include individuals who come through unconventional routes, including well-experienced or high-profile people with little formal training.

The Staff Advantage

Professor Edward J Esche, Dean of the School of Arts & Education at Middlesex University describes how companies have a great deal to gain from staff carrying out work based learning projects.

Jessica Clipp Community Fund Raising Coordinator

Chickenshed

11th Nov 2009

Dr Peter Critten Project Manager Work Based Organisational Learning at the Institute for Work Based Learning

Chris Halward: Programmes Director of NOA Pathway  Managing Director of a Training, Coaching and Consultancy Company TrueNorthgb.

2nd Dec 2009

Jan Williams

Pro-Vice Chancellor and Dean

School of Health and Social Sciences

Health and Social Sciences

Pro-Vice Chancellor and Dean of the School of Health and Social Sciences Jan Williams surveys opportunities for Work Based Learning in the Social Sciences.

 

Dr Alan Page, Principal Lecturer in Environmental Health

D.Prof Alumni with Middlesex University

Martin Loomes Pro-Vice Chancellor & Dean of School of Engineering and Information Sciences

School of Engineering and Information Sciences

Professor Martin Loomes, Dean of School of Engineering and Information Sciences on why government organisations come to the School for its expertise in visual analytics.

 

9th Dec 2009

 

 2010 online pilot webcast video list to be added here (@20 hrs)


DPROF DProf Expert Seminar/ Workshops

1-2hrs per video 

David Lane

25th March 2010

David Lane

 

Tony Gaye

25th Feb 2010

Tony Gaye

 

David Boud

7th Dec 2010

Charles Jennings

26th Nov 2010

Developing Leaders at Work:

Dr Michael J Cavanagh. is both a Coaching and Clinical Psychologist. His doctoral research explored the impact of cognitive and behavioural patterns on health-related anxiety.

Part 1

 

Developing Leaders at Work: Part 2

 

Approaches to Action Learning in Corporate management programmes’  Brian Sutton (DPS Research Day)

25th Nov 2010

 

An introduction from

 

Brian Sutton Workshop Part 1 Action Learning

 

Brian Sutton Workshop Part 2

 

Brian Sutton Workshop Part 3

 

Brian Sutton Workshop Part 4

 

Professor David Boud

Writing is more important than it appears

Expert Seminar/ Workshops

 3rd March 2011

David Boud Introduction

 

David Boud Part 1

 

David Boud Part 2

 

David Boud Part 3

 

David Boud Part 4

 

David Boud Part 5 ENDS

 

Professor Miriam Zukas

'Beyond reflective practice: doctors' transitions to new levels of responsibility' Introduction

  14th April March 2011

Beyond reflective practice: doctors' transitions to new levels of responsibility' TAPE 1: BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

 

Beyond reflective practice: doctors' transitions to new levels of responsibility' TAPE 2: THE STUDY

 

Beyond reflective practice: doctors' transitions to new levels of responsibility' TAPE 3 THE SUMMARY FINDINGS and END

 

 


UNDERGRAD STUDENT CASE STUDIES

originals @1 hr 

Student Experience at the School of Health and Social science

Interview with staff and a recently graduated student at the School.

2: Jon Cree is a Conditioning Coach and Rehabilitation Therapist

 

Student Experience at the School of Arts & Education Susannah Bond graduated in BA Hons in Professional Practice through Work Based Learning in 2010.

 

Young Performers BA Jessica Clipp of the Chickenshed Theatre explains how her project developed her skills and helped her organisation.

 

MSc Engineering Wayne Willis Senior Technical Support Analyst on the advantages and benefits of his experience as a MSc student at The Institute for Work Based Learning.

 

Qualified Teacher Status: The Work Based Learning route Mark Dickson, Kathy Seeley and Maria Alexander-Boxall share their experiences teacher training: Mayfield School

 

Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools

The Institute (formerly The Hampstead Garden Suburb Institute) Anne Melbourne: Marketing & Business Development Manager introduces students talking about the benefits of taking part in the Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools. The NVQ City & Guilds (Teaching Assistants ) Level 2 course

 

3rd Sector: Chickenshed and BAPP

The Chickenshed Theatre Trust in partnership with Middlesex University Paula Nottingham (Lecturer, Paul Morrall - Director of Education and Outreach at The Chickeshed Theatre at Chickenshed, Chase Side, Southgate London N14 4PE,

 

Masters of Professional Practice Every career is unique
MA Case Study
Name: Charles Tan
Employer: Roland Music
Post: CK Development Manager (Roland Music Development Centre)

 

BEN WITCHALLS MA Professional Practice 8 mins

 

POST GRAD STUDENT CASE STUDIES

A valuable D.Prof experience

Dr Alan Page, Principal Lecturer in Environmental Health D.Prof Alumni with Middlesex University talks in depth about his D.Prof studies. Dur 8.26 Dr Alan

 

Forum for the Future

Forum for the Future in partnership with Middlesex University staff and students discuss benefits of accreditation

 

DProf Project Presentations
4 Candidates share their experiences

 

Chris Kelly: Kelly Partners
Advice for DProf Project Presentations

 

Tips for new work based learning students
Dr Brian Sutton  Title: Managing Director Learning4Leaders

Dr Brian Sutton has been a D Prof student and describes how student’s could benefit from the basic structure of a WBL course due to the close connection with the project in the company and the reflective process.

 

IWBL Graduation Pre Ceremony interviews

July 2010

IWBL candidates talk Graduation Day 2011

22nd July 2011


IWBL STAFF

 

Dr Jonathan Garnett

1: Welcome to Work Based Learning at Middlesex University

 

2: The Institute for Work Based Learning - an introduction

 

3: The Middlesex University Organisational Development Network

 

4: Work Based Learning - an overview of the process

 

5: Work Based Learning - the projec

 

David Williams  Four successful work based learning models for business

 

Anne Dougall 2011 Legal Services Deregulation

 

Dr Andrew Hodgers The Global Executive Leadership Programme Irish Centre for Work Based Learning Partnerships

 

Education Consultant: Dr Savvas Kontos A brief background: the IWBL Cyprus Story

 

Programme Adviser: Niki Menelaou A welcome for IWBL Cyprus Students

Undergraduate and Postgraduate students studying at the Institute for Work Based Learning in Cyprus.

 

The WBL Accreditation Process Interview with Hilary Groombridge, Training Development Manager for Middlesex University

 

V&A Accreditation version

5th May 2011

 


For Business Managers

 

WBL is good for your business

Interview with Bruce Dickinson, Education Director of The Brighton Institute of Modern Music.

 

WBL - good for the Industry Training Business

Dr Brian Sutton: Managing Director Learning4Leaders

 

WBL at the School of Health and Social Science

Anthony Turner is Programmer Leader. MSc in Strength and Conditioning course at the School of Health and Social Conditioning.

 

WBL at the School of Health and Social Science

Ruth Miller, Senior Lecturer on the MSc in Strength and Conditioning at the School of Health and Social Science.

 

The Real Power of Work Based Learning

Dr Brian Sutton

Title: Managing Director Learning4Leaders

 

Learning together at work for a more productive future

Dr Peter Critte:n Project Manager: Work Based Organisational Learning

 

Network Event Interviews carried out during the event

21st Oct 2010

 

Darren Jaudrell

System Support Manager Network Rail DProf Candidate

 

Nick Lockett

Partner, Solicitor & Barrister DL Legal Solicitors DProf Candidate

 

Mags Thomas

Human Resources Manager Toshiba TEC UK Imaging Systems Ltd. IWBL Business Partner

 

Desmond O'Connor

CEO ISOLearn Technologies Ltd IWBL Business Partner

 

Royal Mail Video original

June 2011

Royal Mail Final edit

30th Sept 2011


IWBL UNDERGRAD STAFF TEACHING RESOURCES

 

Students tips

13th Dec 2007

Skip Basiel: Staff Sr. Learning Development Tutor / eLearning Researcher

 

Peter Hughes: Staff

 

Lorraine Burke:  Ex student

 

Jean O’Neill Staff Senior Learning development Tutor

 

Chris White London Metropolitan Police 

 

Salvatore Circelli

 

Undergraduate Tips for Success

Candidates from past courses give a peer to peer view of what to do to succeed.

 

online version 2008

Moly Bellamy WBS 2838 WBS 4828 literature research skills

2011

Moly Bellamy WBS 2838 WBS 4828 literature review

 

Twilight Session: Final Project Oral Presentations Advice

 

Molly Bellamy and two candidates discuss project presentations

 

Project Presentations Twilight Session Part 1

 

Project Presentations Twilight Session Part 2

 

Abdulai Abukari WBS 4811 Post Grad Programme Planning2 Planning

 

Abdulai Abukari 3 Research WBS 4835 Graduate Research Methods

 

Abdulai Abukari 4 Candidate Advice

Tips for new candidates

 

Mentoring Project

 

Video Feedback Project

Introduction

Peter Hughes Project: An introduction to the concept.

 

Video Feedback Project

Feedback example Part 2

 

Video Feedback Project

Feedback example Part 3

 


DPROF Resources

 

Dr Annette Fillery -Travis

Should I undertake a RAL 5 Claim?

 

Academic Adviser: Dr Iacovos Psaltis

A brief introduction to his advice videos - 1 to 3

 

Academic Adviser: Dr Iacovos Psaltis

Advice videos - 1 Preparing your research proposal

 

Academic Adviser: Dr Iacovos Psaltis Advice videos - 2 Submitting your proposal

 

Academic Adviser: Dr Iacovos Psaltis

Advice videos - 3 Being Organised!

Undergraduate and Postgraduate students studying at the Institute for Work Based Learning in Cyprus has a well established history.

 

DProf Role Play Pauline Armsby and Peter Critten

 

 

 


 

Conference 6 to 20hrs per event

 

HIGHER EDUCATION ACADEMY

Conference held. Hendon all day recording

26th May 2011

Colin Kemp

 

Full speech by Colin Kemp with slides added

 

Links and summaries: Jane Kettle,Tracey White, Celia Brigg, Chris Millward, Jonathan Garnett, and comments from delegates

 

Chris Millward presentation

Associate Director & Head of Skills HEFCE Rough edit 2 slides added 29th June

 

Janet Kettle presentation

Senior Advisor Higher Education Authority Rough edit 1

 

Celia Brigg presentation

Director of Skills Universities Association Rough edit 2 Slides Added 30th June

 

Tracey White preesentation

Senior Learning Development Tutor, Accreditation, IWBL Roughedit 2

 

Reg Brown Learning & Development Consultant: Opsimath Associates Ltd presentation

 

RUTH HELYER Head Workforce Development, LISA McKEOWN EEQ Manager Teeside University

 

Plenary Discussion:

 

Informatology 2011 Middlesex University Hendon:

21st,22nd,23rd June 2011

Nurturing Talent Category: Neil Spurgeon Spurgeon Training

 

Harnessing Technology for Learning Category: Georgina Havers Principal Training Specialist PPD

 

Exceptional Learning & Development Category: Kate Roberts Global & Performance Manager PZ Cussons International

 

Corporate Responsibility Category: Tara Mulqueen The People's Supermarket

 

Keynote speakers Nick Shackelton Jones, Stephen Howard, Barry Hopley, Carol Wilson, Laura Overton.

 

Learning and Working for A Stronger Civil Society Open Day

Final Edit Event video: 5 hrs recordings

5th April 2011

 

Vocational Professional and Work Based Learning International Conference

Intercollege, Larnaca and Asgata Village  10 reels

23-26th June 2010

Part 1: Introduction version #1

 

Part 2: Lecture highlights

 

Part 3: Summary interviews with staff - resource creation examples active teaching tools

 

Part 4: Asgata Village Conference Saturday Venue

 


OTHER PROJECTS

 

MA Education Induction Session 1 Part 1Introduction Dr Ian Terrell

10th Oct 2011

MA Education Induction Session 1 Part 2 Student briefing  Dr Ian Terrell

 

MA Education Induction Session 1 Part 3 Library Facilities  Dr Ian Terrell

 

MA Education Induction Session 1 Part 4 Online Resoucres Dr Ian Terrell

 

MA Education Induction Session 1 Part 5 Student Tips  Dr Ian Terrell