Further education means business

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Northern Ireland. Department for Employment and Learning (DEL)


This paper is the result of an extensive review of the further education (FE) sector in Northern Ireland instigated by the Executive's Minister for Employment and Learning in the autumn of 2002, following a report on Education and Training for Industry published by the Assembly Committee for Employment and Learning [report available in VOCEDplus at TD/TNC 137.1092]. The review has been wide ranging in its approach and has considered regional, national and international policies and practice. This research and experience has been detailed in the accompanying 'Underlying evidence' paper ...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Tertiary education; Workforce development; Lifelong learning; Policy; Governance

Keywords: Further education; Adult education; Community education; Skill development; Social inclusion; College; Institutional role; Government role; Strategic planning; Partnership in education and training; Education and training reform

Geographic subjects: Northern Ireland; Great Britain; Europe

Published: Belfast, Northern Ireland: Department for Employment and Learning, 2004

Physical description: 88 p. (report) + 12 p. (executive summary)

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Also called: Further education means business for people, communities and the economy in Northern Ireland

More information about the review of the further education sector in Northern Ireland is available at: https://web.archive.org/web/20041221100645/http://www.delni.gov.uk:80/consultDebate/index.cfm/page/details/key/61

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 137.1047

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