Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning: Volume 1 Issue 3


The journal of the University Vocational Awards Council

Table of contents - Special Issue: The impact of the Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning on the development of work‐related learning in the UK

Guest Editors: Dr Pauline Armsby

Work‐Learn‐Educate : The WLE Centre for Excellence's conceptualisation of work‐based learning

Vincent Carpentier, Norbert Pachler, Karen Evans, Caroline Daly

The purpose of this paper is to explore efforts to bridge conceptualisation and practice in work‐based learning by reflecting on the legacy and sustainability of the…


CETL for employability: identifying and evaluating institutional impact

David John Laughton

The purpose of this paper is to explore the aims, objectives and approach to change adopted by the e3i CETL for Employability at Sheffield Hallam University and…

Recognising a more complete education through a Lifewide Learning Award

Norman Jackson

The purpose of this paper is to draw attention to an educational design developed by the SCEPTrE CETL at the University of Surrey, aimed at encouraging, recognising and…

CETL for Professional Learning from the Workplace: Using activity theory to facilitate curriculum development

Sibyl Coldham

The purpose of this paper is to illustrate how activity theory was used as a method of facilitating change in the understanding of work as a driver for disciplinary and…

CETL for work based learning: enhancing innovation and creativity in teaching and learning

Barbara Workman, Pauline Armsby, Alan Durrant, Philip Frame

The purpose of this paper is to discuss three case studies reflecting areas of innovation and creativity which CETL funding made possible through a work‐based learning…

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