An analysis of the progression of Advanced Apprentices to higher education in England: an investigation into the purposes, intentions and opportunities facing Advanced Apprentices as perceived by learners, employers and providers of higher education

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Author: Seddon, Vic

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University Vocational Awards Council (Great Britain) (UVAC)


During 2004/2005 the [Learning and Skills Council] LSC commissioned [University Vocational Awards Council] UVAC to undertake a programme of work to develop opportunities for Advanced Apprentices to progress to and benefit from higher education. This report summarises the findings and emerging conclusions and recommendations from the investigation. There have been four main purposes of this investigation: (1) to collate statistical evidence on Apprenticeship and related vocational progression to higher education; (2) to assess what systems are in place to capture such data; (3) to obtain...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Career development; Pathways; Higher education; Apprenticeship; Providers of education and training; Statistics; Research; Employment; Participation

Keywords: Apprentice; Barrier; Data collecting; Perception; Employers; Education and training opportunity

Geographic subjects: Europe; Great Britain

Published: Bolton, England: University Vocational Awards Council, 2005

Physical description: 56 p.

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ISBN: 0907311164

Statement of responsibility: [Vic Seddon]

On cover: A report by the University Vocational Awards Council; Funded by the Learning and Skills Council

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 84.386

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