Campus2Corporate is the specialist team at Learning Dynamics that designs and facilitates programmes that help develop employability, enterprise and entrepreneurship competencies of graduates entering the workplace or business world.
We do this by designing programmes around the world-class portfolio of simulations developed by Learning Dynamics available on-line via The Simulation Space platform.
These simulation events enable educators and graduate trainers to develop, assess and recognise the competencies that employers are looking for – and carry the learning through into the workplace.
What we do
We partner with both universities and corporate graduate employers to help with graduate transition from campus to corporate work environment.
Our graduate induction programmes provide fast-track business experience and accelerate the graduate transition from campus study to corporate workplace.
The learning outcomes of our programmes are carefully mapped against the behaviours, skills and competencies that graduate recruitment teams are looking for in their graduate intake.
We partner with lecturers, employability, enterprise officers at universities in the UK, Ireland, South Africa and West Africa to provide thousands of their students with experience of enterprise, entrepreneurship and employability (both curricular and co-curricular).
Incorporating on-line simulations authored and developed by Learning Dynamics, the learning outcomes of our programmes are mapped against the skills and competencies course teams and employers are looking for in their graduates.
We partner with graduate development teams to design and deliver Modular Graduate Induction programmes based on experiential learning.
Simulation-based events and modules:
Employability & Enterprise Skills Development
Universities Business Challenge
Learning Dynamics / Campus2Corporate facilitates the UK’s most prestigious and longest-running simulation-based event specifically designed to develop employability and enterprise skills. Supported by the majority of university faculties, the Universities Business Challenge has helped develop the employability skills in over 26,500 participating students over the past 20 years.
Based on simulations developed by Learning Dynamics/The Simulation Space, the Campus2Corporate facilitation team design and deliver the supporting content for these events.
Business Management Experience simulation
Students put business theory into practice with this engaging, tried and tested on-line business simulation which is designed to enhance and develop business acumen. Participants become the board of directors of a company manufacturing wearable technology.
The simulation operates in an interactive marketplace so teams compete against each other and not a computer model. Changes in the business environment also impact on business performance. The BME simulation is normally run over five weeks however timetables for delivery can be scheduled to fit course requirements. All processing of team decisions, production of team results and feedback on each team’s performance is via the Learning Dynamics / The Simulation Space on-line platform.
Student resources include a company management report (including financial reports) and an easily accessible participant’s guide. Assessment options are: MCQs, peer review and a reflective account. An on-line coach provides insights and guidance, FAQs are accessed on-line and an email helpdesk facility is also available to students and telephone helpdesk for lecturers.
Modular Graduate Induction programme
The Campus2Corporate Modular Induction Programme provides a solid foundation to help graduates in the workplace make the transition from ‘student’ to ‘professional’. The programme gives clarity about what skills and behaviours are expected of graduates entering the corporate world.
This modular programme is designed to be interactive and experiential with the inclusion of simulations to meet the following specific needs:
Module 1: The First 30 days – fast-track employability skills
The need to coach students making the transition from university to corporate life is now well acknowledged by universities and employers alike. For example, the recent Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) survey shows:
‘55% of UK employers saying that a lack of employability skills, such as the ability to communicate well, poses a serious problem for businesses. A lack of other skills, such as a graduate’s ability to manage their own learning, problem solve and be self-motivated were also a concern.
‘Many employers find that graduates often lack the social skills necessary to fit into the corporate culture of their organisation’.
Module 2: Business and Commercial Awareness simulation
This popular business simulation offers participants the challenge to make all of the commercial and operational business decisions that impact on the performance of a business.
Participants see their workplace business decision making in a broader context
Participants see how their own business decisions impact on the performance of their company
Module 3: Managing Complex Projects simulation
The Project Management Experience simulation is designed to introduce participants to planning, organizing, motivating, and controlling resources to achieve specific goals. Knowledge and experience of managing projects – or understanding one’s role in a project team – is essential in today’s workplace as most graduates will work on a project basis early in their career.
Module 4: Corporate Citizenship
The C2C Corporate Citizenship programme develops understanding of the benefits of corporate social investment and that business has a social purpose, as well as an economic purpose.
Simulations for experiential learning
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Contact / Company
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