Higher level vocational qualifications
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Higher level vocational qualifications a Government position paper.

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Published by Department for Education and Employment in London .
Written in English

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ContributionsGreat Britain. Department for Education and Employment.
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Pagination36p. ;
Number of Pages36
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Open LibraryOL22814730M

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  A new range of A-level standard vocational qualifications – ranging from motorcycle maintenance to patisserie baking – has been launched with . Hillier, Y. () Higher Level Vocational Qualifications: the candidates’ experience, Journa l of Vocation al Education an d Training, 51(2), pp. Holman, D. & Hall, L. () Compe Author: Stephen Swailes.   Higher-level vocational education and training qualifications: Their importance in today's training market By Sue Foster, Bernadette Delaney, Andrea Bateman, Chloe Dyson Research report 10 December ISBN 1 57 7 print; 1 63 8 web.   This report investigates outcomes from diploma and advanced diploma courses undertaken in vocational education and training (VET). The particular focus of the research was whether diplomas and advanced diplomas lead to employment at levels of associate professional or above and also whether these qualifications are a viable pathway to university-level studies.

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