Government policy in the area of work-related learning and work experience is currently being formulated. Work-related learning is defined as ‘planned activity designed to use the context of work to develop knowledge, skills and understanding useful in work’. It includes learning through the experience of work, learning about work, working practices and learning skills for work and can take place at all key stages.
Lord Hill celebrates the launch of the first two studio schools and welcomes their contribution in breaking the divide between academic and vocational qualifications
Speech Lord Hill of Oareford CBE, 18 November 2010
Information about the national Young Apprenticeship pilot. The programme is now closed to new entrants, but funding for existing pupils continues.
General article 24 March 2011
Information about an innovative model that offers 16-18 year olds work experience and mentoring.
General article 23 August 2011