Open Innovation offers a lot of freedom and self-management. Of course this freedom isn’t non-commital! Within certain boundaries, you can decide what on which level and how you want to learn. To manage this, you will create a competence document which contains your ambition in development described in competences and how you would like to achieve them. To provide this with a meaningful vehicle for learning, we offer challenges from partners in education who will act as an external stakeholder.
It is possible to create your own challenge and pitch it to the population. Of course this challenge has to be approved and an external stakeholder has to be found.
It is possible to work on more challenges at one. Work is mainly done in groups supervised by personal coaches.
This specialisation is (within boundaries) open in the What (content and level) and the How (Style, Tempo, criteria) of how you are going to learn.
You’ll create a personal competence profile in which you describe in what you like to develop. This is completed with criteria and goals to proove what you have learned
You will work on one or more challenges in which context (care, sports, education e.d.) are being attached to the learning goals. This can be essentially everything in IT (Encryption, AR VR, UX, Machine learning e.d.). Based on this, you’ll be coached (probably in a group with the same challenge)
Coaching is done by a group of teachers, everyone of this is a possible source for learning. Main guidance will be exploring IT and personal talent development.
Do you want to know more about content of this course, please have a look at the semesterguides (blokboeken) on Sharepoint.
Basically everything in IT.
Do you want to know more about content?
Open Innovation does not have courses, but coached personal learning paths. It may help you to have a look at the semesterguides (blokboeken) on Sharepoint.