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BTEC-City and Guilds foundation programmes of pre-vocational studies for pupils aged 14-16

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        PublishersBTEC
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        LC Classifications1986
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        Paginationxvi, 65 p. :
        Number of Pages86
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Report on the Inquiry into Education and Training for Industry Volume One

Youth Training replaced by Modern Apprenticeships and then phased out in 2002. The main focus of careers guidance is the individual's progression within and between education, training and employment. And we must open up opportunities for the best research. First CGLI examinations held overseas in New South Wales Australia. For example in London there were 23 Senior Commercial Institutes complemented by a number of privately run commercial institutions.

In consequence, they may be vulnerable to changing labour market conditions and unable to make the transition to new jobs [23] 1. Dearing recommended that the Government should establish an independent body to advise on the direction of national policies for the public funding of research in higher education, on the distribution and level of such funding, and on the performance of the public bodies responsible for distributing it.

They include high quality apprenticeships, some of which are over-subscribed to a far higher degree than any Oxbridge or Russell Group university course. In 1935 there were 53 Day Continuation Schools in England and Wales of which 46 were controlled by LEAs and 7 were provided by private companies.

1928 Board of Education Committee Atholl Report. They allow the economy to respond more rapidly to changing skill needs than it can through the education system.

In addition to the histories, biographies and pen portraits, glossaries, chronologies I have included a number of articles and viewpoints on technical, commercial and vocational education and training. In the Further Education sector, Centres of Excellence should be identified and adequately resourced. 1935Gordonstoun public school, Scotland, was founded by Kurt Hahn.

3 Increase the number of non-traditional new entrants 11. Southern Universities Joint Board for Schools Examinations SUJBSE. n Recommendation 12 - Urgent BTEC-City and Guilds foundation programmes of pre-vocational studies for pupils aged 14-16 for the provision of a vastly improved common statistical database on students and staff, to reflect trends in personnel issues and record the outcomes for students attending FE courses.

Addressing this issue requires effective 'outreach' to those not involved in learning coupled with public funding for programmes to help adults with poor basic skills to improve them. SoA extended examinations to provincial centres in 1857. 5 Qualifications and the curriculum The UK Government recently announced that it planned to build a 'world class vocational and technical education system' via a major rationalisation of vocational qualifications up to technician level [61] 1.

Completion of the apprenticeship and the honouring of the indenture recognised the skills and ability of the apprentice who could then practice his craft or trade [see the history of technical education for a fuller account of apprentices].

1972 School leaving age raised to 16.