Development and Innovation in TVET

Building a robust technical and vocational education and training (TVET) system

Staying on programme to succeed. A provider's perspective on improving retention and boosting choices: WMC - The Camden College

Staying on programme to succeed. A provider's perspective on improving retention and boosting choices: WMC - The Camden College

Summary With a 93.8% student retention rate in 2014/15 and many progressing in-year to further study, this case study shows how WMC has put in place a range of strategies to support students to engage in college programmes, to stay on course and to succeed. Increases in the proportion of students taking accredited qualifications, and ways in which the college is increasingly promoting opportunities for learners to enable them to boost their chance of employment are illustrated throughout the case study.
Resource Type: Report
Web link for this resource: PrevocationalWMC.pdf

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