Employability and work-based learning

  • Yorke M
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This publication explores the learning that a student can gain from work experience, the term 'work-based learning' being taken to mean learning that is derived specifically from doing a job of work and taking on a workplace role. It considers the various ways in which it can be linked to a programme of study, and identifies a number of conditions that should be met if good quality learning, and maximum enhancement of initial graduate employability, is to result.

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  • Mantz Yorke

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