Vocational and employability training
Initiatives which include specific vocational training and / or training for employability to enable disadvantaged people to move nearer to or into employment.
Activities and products
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Accredited Life Skills Modules in Higher Education >> University of Hull (Scarborough) Modules within a recognised qualification, targeted at unemployed people.
Alternative Education Report >>Research report outlining the opportunities for social enterprises in the provision of services within the Alternative Education sector.
Business Simulation Workshop >>The workshop was convened with the aim of identifying the needs and enthusiasms of the invited participants, to discuss current trends in systems practice and how these ideas may be put to good use in helping to address those needs.
CLIP CD-ROM >>Interactive CD of all products from CLIP project, together with an analysis of the key lessons learned throughout from each project.
Course Materials for the Creative and Cultural Industries >>Course materials on cultural enterprise, creative and cultural industires and fundraising.
Employability Initiatives for refugees in Europe: looking at and learning from good practice >>This report sets out the work undertaken so far to explore the viability of developing structured and valuable Accreditation of Prior and Experiential Learning (APEL) and work experience (WE) initiatives in the region.
Final Evaluation Report >> Report evaluting how well the key aims of the project have been met - to develop new ways to recognise and accredit informal learning - and of the potential links to the Credit and Qualification Framework for Wales.
Final External Evaluation Report, July 2007 >> External Evaluation Report drawing together all aspects of Action 2.
Get Creative 05 >> Get Creative 2005 culminated in two performances at the West Yorkshire Playhouse where the participants shared what they had achieved.
How Far method of recording experience >> How Far? is a method of recording the experience of learning a person has had before engagement with a formal learning programme, that uses a clear graphic to indicate passage of time and relevant information.
Learning the Lessons from the Equal High Road Project >>This report sets out some of the most valuable lessons learned so far about the development of successful skills programmes which can help disadvantaged individuals get jobs and develop their careers.
MEET Transnational Partnership Launch Report >>Report of the inaugural meeting of the MEET Transnational partnership held in October 2005.
New APL Qualification >>Skills Analysis has developed a qualification which recognises the knowledge, skills, attitudes and abilities that come with experience.
Portfolio of Achievement (POA) >>Using Portfolio of Achievement, the formal and informal learning, behaviour and work of ex-offenders while they are in custody is fully recorded.
Reports from the working parties >> The projects involved in the partnership have worked together to test new products in 3 working groups: Skills Passport (looking at early intervention), Modularisation (looking at skills development) and Diversity Management (looking at ways of encouraging diversity within the worplace) .
Research Report - A Specific Focus on Issues of Training and Employment of Disabled People >> Lifelong or continuing education is undoubtedly a very powerful tool which holds an excellent potential for improving chances of disabled people on the job market.
Talking the Talk- Walking the Walk >> A report on lessons learned from the three year Community Development Training Project with disadvantaged communities in Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight.
Valuing Learning - Strengthening Communities - Report 2007 >>Summary of all activities of the partnership including the lasting impact on beneficiaries and the key practice and policy mainstreaming.