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    Building Bridges to Sustainable Employment (Staff & Employer Handbook / EMPLOY Project)

    Revers, Scott and Merrill, Barbara and Bron, Agnieszka and Chirwa, Masauso and Czubak-Koch, Magdalena and Field, John and Finnegan, Fergal and Fragoso, António and González-Monteagudo, José and Kurantowicz, Ewa and Nizinska, Adrianna and O'Neill, Jerry and Padilla-Carmona, Mayte and Paulos, Liliana and Thunborg, Camilla and Valadas, Sandra (2017) Building Bridges to Sustainable Employment (Staff & Employer Handbook / EMPLOY Project). Technical Report. EMPLOY.

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    This handbook has been produced as part of an Erasmus + EU funded project entitled Enhancing the Employability of Non-Traditional Students in Higher Education (EMPLOY) - 2014-1-UKO1-KA203-001842. The handbook is aimed at:  Employers in the private, public and third sectors as well as trade unions  Higher education staff such as those working in careers, support services, officers, widening participation and equality issues and lecturers. The focus of the handbook is on a particular group of students – non-traditional students. By non-traditional we mean students and graduates who are from communities and groups who, in some way, are under-represented in university and often also face obstacles in the job market. This includes quite a diverse range of groups such as mature students, working class students, students from ethnic minorities and students with disabilities.

    Item Type: Monograph (Technical Report)
    Keywords: Building Bridges to sustainable employment; staff & employer handbook; EMPLOY Project;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Adult and Community Education
    Item ID: 12035
    Depositing User: Fergal Finnegan
    Date Deposited: 18 Dec 2019 10:28
    Publisher: EMPLOY
      Use Licence: This item is available under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike Licence (CC BY-NC-SA). Details of this licence are available here

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