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Vocational Education Exchange Magazine July 2016
A key element of getting vocational students into employment is understanding the skills gap that exists and the need for institutions and employers to work together. It is important for them to communicate regularly, develop curriculum accordingly and to get students involved with employers whilst they are still studying.
Twin UK have been successfully bridging the gap between education and employer for several years. Here, they explain some of the ways they do this.
Improving student employability cannot just be about employer-institution relations. The student must be invested in their own future too. Here’s how Worktree use their Career WorkOut scheme.
In this short video John Parkes from Semta and the UK Skills Federation talks us through some of the UK’s approaches to employer engagement in skills.
Chichester College explain how they have supported one of Britain’s leading manufacturers, URT Group in creating successful apprenticeships and work placed training.