Maximising employer-responsive progression, developing a new relationship between employers and higher education?

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Bravenboer, D. 2010. Maximising employer-responsive progression, developing a new relationship between employers and higher education? Emerging lessons from HEFCE-funded workforce development projects. Conference Aston, Birmingham, HEFCE 02 Dec 2010
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TitleMaximising employer-responsive progression, developing a new relationship between employers and higher education?
AuthorsBravenboer, D.
Research GroupWork and Learning Research Centre
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ConferenceEmerging lessons from HEFCE-funded workforce development projects
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