Employers and employability

One of the key themes that research teams focussed on was working with employers to develop their training programmes. This development of a ‘two-way street’ between employers and vocational education and training (VET) providers was a key recommendation from ‘It’s About Work’, the 2013 report from the Commission on Adult Vocational Teaching and Learning (CAVTL). Read more

S.Singh(HMP_Oakwood)Organisation: HMP Oakwood (Milton Keynes College)
Contact: Sunil Singh
Title: Embedding Functional Skills into Vocational Training courses within a Prison context using available technology
Format: Website & Prezi
Other themes: English, maths and ESOL,  Using technology

 

G.Skliarsky(KMTraining)Organisation: KM Training Ltd.
Contact: Georgina Skliarsky & Teresa Mullin
Title: To demystify Traineeships and explore how to develop and improve effective Traineeship Programmes
Format: Poster, ReportCase Study Posters

 

K.Scott(Mid_Kent_Coll)Organisation: Mid Kent College of Higher and Further Education
Contact: Karen Scott
Title: Observing the effect of employer involved competitive projects on student motivation
Format: Website Other themes: Assessment

 

C.Barton(NorthWarks&HinkleyColl)Organisation: North Warwickshire and Hinckley College
Contact: Claire Barton
Title: Let’s be employable!!
Format: Written report & presentation

 

 

P.Morgan(JGA)Organisation: The JGA Group (JGA Limited)
Contact: Pam Morgan and Naina Haria
Title: Employer Engagement
Format: Written report & infographic

 

 

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