The Learning Agreement Pilot in Lancashire, England: supporting young people in jobs without training

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Blythe, J., Elo, L. and Gration, G. 2008. The Learning Agreement Pilot in Lancashire, England: supporting young people in jobs without training. iCeGS - International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby.
AuthorsBlythe, J., Elo, L. and Gration, G.
TypeProject report
Abstract

The Learning Agreement Pilot (LAP) began in April 2006 in eight areas in England as part of the Government’s continuing commitment to improving the skills base of young people. Lancashire is one of the LAP areas, and CXL (formerly Connexions Lancashire) is working in partnership with the local Learning and Skills Council to re-engage in learning those 16 and 17-year-olds who are in jobs with no accredited
training. CXL commissioned an evaluation of the first year of the Lancashire LAP, focussing on both its delivery and its impact on young people and employers. The Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) commissioned two separate evaluations of the first year of the LAP nationally, one focussing on delivery and management issues and one focussing on a model of youth re-engagement to test aspects of policy.

Keywordscareers policy
Year2008
PublisheriCeGS - International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby
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