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Endeavour Graduate Attributes

Graduates of Endeavour College of Natural Health develop many qualities and skills throughout their studies. There are clear learning outcomes that enable graduates to excel in their field of employment.

Attributes of an Endeavour Higher Education Graduate

1. In-depth knowledge and skills in the field of study:

  • A comprehensive and well-founded knowledge in the field/s of study
  • An understanding of how other disciplines relate to the field/s of study
  • Application of knowledge and skills to professional practice
  • An international perspective on the field/s of study
  • The ability to review, consolidate, extend and apply the knowledge and skills learnt

2. Effective communication:

  • The ability to communicate confidently and effectively within a range of settings
  • The ability to interact effectively with others in order to work towards a common outcome
  • The ability to select and use the appropriate level, style and means of communication
  • The ability to collect, analyse and organise information and ideas and to convey those ideas clearly, fluently, in both written and spoken forms
  • The ability to engage effectively and appropriately with information and communication  technologies

3. Critical judgment:

  • The ability to define and analyse problems
  • The ability to apply critical reasoning to issues through independent thought and informed judgment from a range of sources
  • The ability evaluate opinions, make decisions and to reflect critically on the justifications for decisions

4. Ethical and social behaviour:

  • The ability to demonstrate social and civic responsibility
  • Appreciation of the philosophical and social contexts of a discipline
  • Knowledge of and respect for and application of ethics and ethical standards in relation to a major field/s of study
  • Knowledge of and an appreciation of cultural diversity

5. Innovation and creativity:

  • The ability to work and learn independently and in teams
  • The ability to generate ideas and adapt innovatively to changing environments
  • The ability to identify problems, create solutions and improve current practices
  • The ability to be self-directed and engage in lifelong learning

This page was last updated on Wednesday 07 September 2016.