In 2018 ACEDD was involved with scientists from Curtin University, the University of South Australia and Queensland University of Technology in a projected funded by the Australian Technology Network Universities titled Increasing effectiveness in whole-of-curriculum field-based work-integrated learning of the natural environment for improved employability. The project focused on identifying the employability skills developed in…Details
What skills are employers looking for? Associate Professor David Bruce prepared a report for The Australian Council of Environmental Deans and Directors titled Environmental Graduate Skills and Employer Needs Survey The principal findings of the report were: The dominant employer of Environmental graduates in 2017 – 2018 is the private sector usually through environmental consultants. Over…Details
In 2014 the federal government’s Office of Learning and Teaching Academic Standards (LTAS) provided a multi-institutional grant to develop a Learning and Teaching Statement for Environment and Environmental Sustainability on behalf of the Australian Council of Environmental Deans and Directors (ACEDD). “ACEDD endorses the Statement as a guide for tertiary teaching in Environment and Sustainability.…Details
An analysis of coal seam gas production and natural resource management in Australia: Issues and ways forward.
John Williams Scientific Services Pty Ltd recently prepared a report for The Australian Council of Environmental Deans and Directors. The report is titled An analysis of coal seam gas production and natural resource management in Australia: Issues and ways forward. Both a precis and a full report are available to download: [ Download Precis ]…Details