The Road Less Travelled to higher education

Uden, Tony
June 2011
Workplace Learning & Skills Bulletin;Summer2011, Issue 12, p17
The article offers information on the importance of apprenticeship programs which encourages to understand basic skills. It mentions a report which suggested that advanced apprenticeship programs plays an importance role in enhancing higher reduction. It presents the views of James Kewin, managing director of CFE, research and consultancy specialists related to the employment and skills.


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