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Advanced and Higher Vocational Education in Scotland: Re-contextualising the Provision of HE in FE

Citation
Husband G & Jeffrey M (2016) Advanced and Higher Vocational Education in Scotland: Re-contextualising the Provision of HE in FE, Research in Post Compulsory Education, 21 (1-2), pp. 66-72.

Abstract
This article explores the nature of provision of HE within the FE context and discusses the prevalent cultures of delivery. Attention is drawn to the skills and pedagogic methods prevalent within FE that could offer significant be nefits to the delivery of advanced level apprenticeships and applied vocationally based high er education. Discussion turns to the re- contextualisation of the HE provision in FE and the possible economic and social benefits of widening access to skills focussed higher level tra ining courses.

Keywords
Higher Education; Further Education; Advanced Vocational Training; Higher Vocational Education

StatusPublished
AuthorsHusband Gary, Jeffrey Michael
Publication date2016
Publication date online03/03/2016
Date accepted by journal23/10/2015
PublisherTaylor Francis
ISSN 1359-6748
LanguageEnglish

Journal
Research in Post Compulsory Education: Volume 21, Issue 1-2

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