Duration: 07 September 2004 to 20 October 2004
|This Learning Theme will take a look at the pressing issue of how to improve the training and development opportunities for graduates in the region. As a region we are a net exported of both students and graduates. Many graduates are also under-employed and poorly utilized within the workforce. Yet retaining the skills of our graduates is critcal to the region's economic prosperity and competitiveness.|
During this Theme we will:
SLIM Learning Themes bring practitioners, researchers and policy makers together face to face and on-line to exchange ideas, practice and details of what works, where and why. During the Theme SLIM researchers will:
Resources will be highlighted during an on-line discussion and will made available through our website at www.swslim.org.uk.
The Theme will culminate in a workshop bringing together participants to reflect on the findings and discussion and to develop recommendations for our Final Report. This will be distributed widely in the region and fed back to the FRESA Inspiring Individuals Group who have prompted the Theme.Resources have been highlighted via the on-line discussion and made available through the buttons on this page.
briefs, summarising our research and findings are also available.
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