Claims that mechanisms other than school‐employer collaboration are needed for effective learning. Argues in favour of systems of recording achievement and planning individual development. Describes their background and development and the eventual launch of the National Record of Achievement (NRA). Reviews some of the key issues for the NRA from an employer′s perspective. Presents the findings of a preliminary review of the Rover Group′s work with the NRA.
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