A Guide to Vocational Education and Training

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Bloomsbury Academic, May 15, 2007 - Education - 144 pages
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This is an accessible and clearly written survival guide to Vocational Education and Training. Christopher Winch draws on recent research to answer key questions such as:

* Why is VET such an important area?
* How can European models be used to develop VET in the UK?
* How is VET structured and provided?
* What are the main issues facing VET today?

All in all, the most user-friendly and useful guide to VET ever published.

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Contents

The History and Development
11
Vocational
30
The Rise of Skilltalk
45
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Christopher Winch is Professor of Educational Philosophy and Policy at King's College London, UK.

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