Employer engagement with higher education: a literature review

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Title: Employer engagement with higher education: a literature review
Author: Bolden, Richard
Petrov, Georgy
Publisher: Centre for Leadership Studies, University of Exeter
Date Issued: 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10036/92700
Links: http://centres.exeter.ac.uk/cls/documents/publications/399.pdf
Abstract: This report has been produced as part of the South West Higher Level Skills Project. It summarises recent literature on employer engagement with higher education (HE), with a central focus on HE involvement in work based learning for people in employment, where employers play a central role in the design, delivery and/or funding of provision.
Type: Technical Report
Description: A South West Higher Skills Report
Keywords: occupational traininghigher educationskills provisionin-company trainingemployer engagement
Funders/Sponsor: Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE); Association of Higher Education Institutions in the South West (HERDA); Council for Industry and Higher Education


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