Work-based learning for youth at risk: getting employers on board

Work-based learning can provide a bridge into careers and its potential benefits are particularly noticeable for youth at risk - those most likely to face difficulties in accessing jobs and learning opportunities. If this potential is to be fully realised, work-based learning programmes must be attractive to employers. This report looks at tools designed to help get employers on board for work-based learning, with an emphasis on work-based learning for youth at risk. It is one of a series on work-based learning, prepared as part of a broader OECD project. The series includes in-depth analyses ... Show more

Authors: Kis, Viktoria

Published: Paris, France, OECD, 2016

Resource type: Report, paper or authored book

Physical description: 64 p.

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