Liz Bracken

Liz Bracken


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Personal profile

Liz is the Sub Dean of Workplace Learning and Accreditation in the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Studies at Charles Sturt University and has leadership, engagement and development roles in policy, strategy, governance and operational for placement quality and delivery. The role includes matters of risk and compliance to relevant accreditation standards across multiple disciplines ranging from business and psychology to policing and engineering. Strategic priorities include an employability framework and a university WPL plan. Additionally Liz’s involvement in WPL subject design and curriculum has led to current work to embed Australian Indigenous Cultural Competency into WPL subjects.

Liz’s research interests within WPL include employability, employability skill development, graduate employability and employability metrics.

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Business (Marketing), Charles Sturt University

Bachelor of Business (1st Class Hons), Charles Sturt University

Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Charles Sturt University

External positions

Secretary, Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN)

01 Oct 2019 → …

Member, Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN)

01 Nov 201801 Oct 2019

Subject keywords

  • employability
  • employment
  • Work integrated Learning
  • Workplace Learning
  • employability skills


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