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Review of good practice in employability and enterprise development by Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning: summary report

The report is the outcome of a review of good practice emerging from Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETLs). The Higher Education Academy (HEA) undertook this review on behalf of the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to identify and further disseminate this good practice.

The CETL initiative commenced in January 2004 when HEFCE invited Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and further education colleges (FECs) to bid for funds. Their purpose was to reward excellent teaching with the aim of deepening its impact across a wider teaching and learning community.

This report is a resource for policy makers practitioners and researchers who are interested in employability and enterprise learning in higher education institutions (HEIs).  It explains the development of this aspect of learning and teaching and provides examples of good practice outlining significant improvements and developments that have occurred over the last few years.

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01/01/2011
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