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An extremely valuable resource giving quality information to students.
Very good, easy to access and informative. I have used it to develop my course and will make it essential reading for students attending.
The overall concept of the text presents both an academic assessment of the subject, and crucially a practical continuance based on the theory. An excellent book - highly reccomended - a definite winner. (Tutor, Walford and North Shropshire College)
Some interesting tools to help deliver employability
Good Clear advice for Employability tutors and those taking qualifcation
This was a very helpful book , it helped me to deliver the course.i used activity's in the book that was very resourceful . A good read.
Useful for helping delivering employability skills for year 12 and year 13.
A great to help with teaching employability skills
Very relevant for people that are about to deliver Employability with good ideas and techniques. May find it basic if you have previously delivered it
An essential read for anyone delivering Employability Skills. It shows ways of overcoming barriers and interactive activities to engage all learners on your course.
this book was helpful to me in delivering courses for Employability. It helped me to look at individuals and their issues and problems as well as having activities that I can use in a course to keep myself fresh as well. A good read.
Ideal for those teaching or planning to teach in vocational sectors. Recommended.
Good textbook for teachers introducing employability to students, lots of good ideas and materials. Not really suitable as the main reference for students in this area - but useful as supplementary reading.
ideal for the employability module
Better suited to academic staff
The module that I suggested this book to students to is called Personal and Emloyability Skills Development. The students come from a wide range of different backgrounds and they want to go on to do a variety of different things. Previously I have found it difficult to suggest a book to them when asked that would be suitable for them all, but many of the students could get at least something out of this. I personally liked the examples and activities given, which I discussed with my students at times.