Welcome to the Professional Communication page. The "Ability to communicate" is a core graduate attribute and directly linked to employability skills:
"Clarity of written and spoken expression, including in public fora, and through appropriate use of technology"
This principle is about expressing complex ideas and information clearly, precisely and accurately in spoken and written communication. The inclusion of speaking and writing in public fora requires an ability to tailor communication to the audience and purpose of the communication. The ability to communicate includes an ability to use appropriate information communication technologies to support communication.
ECU’s five GAs jointly cover the core values, ethics, knowledge, skills and capabilities that relate to the employability, professional, and personal growth of our students.
ECU core graduate attributes: