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Working with 14-16 Year Olds with Basic Skills Needs

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New guide from the Basic Skills Agency on working with 14-16 year olds with basic skills needs in FE colleges

‘Working with 14-16 Year Olds with Basic Skills Needs in FE Colleges’

is the third title from the Developing Effective Practice programme.

The book is a guide for practitioners offering case-studies and practical advice on:

* Partnership working between schools and colleges
* Programme planning and delivery
* Staffing and staff development

The guide (A1775) is priced £5 plus postage and packing.

To order the guide click here.

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