Youth into Employment: A Training Manual
Article publication date: 1 May 1991
A monograph which takes the form of a training manual. It begins with Induction: getting to know each other, finding out what each trainee wants to know and establishing skills levels, expectations, and the usefulness of working in a group. Six independent units follow: Job‐hunting Skills; Options; How to Apply for Jobs; Interview Techniques: Enterprise; and Voluntary Work. These last two emphasise that there are alternatives to employment. Each section first presents the unit \em\ a framework for working sessions with ideas for content and group techniques for delivery. This is supported by Instructor′s Notes for use as handouts and worksheets with the unit; as part of a self‐help manual; or for the guidance of instructors and material for working sessions. The Notes include quizzes, worksheets, assessment forms and examples of CV and application form formats.
Philp, K. (1991), "Youth into Employment: A Training Manual", Education + Training, Vol. 33 No. 5. https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000000288
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