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Dates: 22nd and 23rd June 2010
Location: University of Central Lancashire, UK

This conference by The University of Central Lancashire's Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (ceth) explores the processes, value, and impact of different ways of delivering employability within subject curricula and asks whether we have moved beyond the bolt-on and to what effect?

You are invited to register and to submit a paper.

The main themes we wish to explore include:

  • Embedding employability in non-vocational disciplines
  • Work-based learning
  • Learning spaces and real/realistic work environments
  • Employer, community and alumni engagement
  • Teaching, identifying and assessing employability skills
  • Evaluation and impact
  • The voice of the students

For more information and registration details please visit:
www.uclan.ac.uk/ceth.