DSGN07045 2013 Creative Design 6 (Portfolio of Experience)
The Portfolio of experience provides an opportunity for students to undertake a teamwork entrepreneurship project within creative design or to opt for a study module in other programs in the college or to take an Erasmus unit or to do an industrial placement.
On completion of this module the learner will/should be able to;
Recognise the importance of planned personal and career development and a commitment to the ongoing development of competencies to enhance personal employability/enterprise awareness
Reflect on the significance of multidisciplinary approaches to problems
Contextualise their own discipline area in terms of its interrelationship with other disciplinary fields
Demonstrate project and time management skills
Demonstrate a responsiveness to the requirements of external parties, including the development of excellent communication skills
Demonstrate qualities of flexibility, responsibility and independence
Module Assessment Strategies
Formative and summative assessment of option deliverables takes place during the course of the Semester and is broken down as follows;
Creative Design Entrepreneurship Project - Assessed 25% Workshops/Seminars 75% Main Project Deliverables
Work Placement - Assessed 60% Placement Journal/Report and Review 40% supervisor/tutor report
Erasmus - 100% By Host College
Other Program Module - 100% By Host Program
The primary benefit of these Options (Portfolio of Experience/Design) is to nurture a perceived growth in the maturity and confidence of the participants. The options, listed below, allow the student to put theory into practise, engage in the development and management of their Portfolio of Experience and enhance their knowlege and practice of enrepreneurship. interpersonal skills.
Students may elect as an individual or as a group to develop further, project-based research/work initiated during Semester 5.
Students may opt for a professional placement/internship with local, regional and/or national companies/agencies/partners.
Placements are subjet to the approval of the program placement co-ordinator.
Program staff will identify a project theme and appropriate expert advisors for the entrepreneurship project.
Workshops and Seminars include - Entrepreneurship, Research Methods, Branding, Creative writing for copy, Social media and webmarketing, Selling and customer care, Financing the venture.
Coursework & Assessment Breakdown
|Title||Type||Form||Percent||Week||Learning Outcomes Assessed|
|1||Project Research and Development||Continuous Assessment||UNKNOWN||75 %||Week 30||1,2,3,4,5,6|
|2||Performance Evaluation Workshops/Seminars||Continuous Assessment||UNKNOWN||25 %||Week 21||2,3,4,6|
Full Time Mode Workload
|Design Projectwork||Design Studio||Design Project||12||Weekly||12.00|
|Site Visit||Not Specified||Work Experience Visits||1||Weekly||1.00|
|Design Projectwork||Not Specified||Erasmus Study visits||1||Weekly||1.00|
|Design Projectwork||Design Studio||Semester 6 Co-Ordinator||2||Weekly||2.00|