An introduction to the theory and practice of MOVE progression accords.
Betts, Mick and Bravenboer, Darryll (2008) An introduction to the theory and practice of MOVE progression accords. In: Seminar report on progression agreements and accords. Higher Education Funding Council for England, Bristol, pp. 12-18.
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MOVE progression accords identify specific vocational progression routes from both further
education and the workplace to and through higher education. This includes the provision of
guaranteed places on higher education programmes of study and other agreed collaborative
activities designed to support and prepare learners for progression to higher education.
MOVE progression accords are designed to promote vocational progression opportunities
and to encourage the engagement of employers in supporting progression to higher level
learning in collaboration with MOVE and its partner institutions in the region. In signing the
accord, partners are also committing to implementing an agreed set of ‘required’ activities
designed to ensure that the accords are seen as a supported, collaborative process between
the practitioners and the learners involved. There is also a list of optional ‘recommended’
activities. Our approach is predicated on the belief that this shared professional learning will
help to effect behavioural and culture changes that will underpin the continuing success and
sustainability of the accords.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Research Areas:||A. > Institute for Work Based Learning|
|Depositing User:||Darryll Bravenboer|
|Date Deposited:||17 Aug 2010 09:25|
|Last Modified:||13 Oct 2016 14:20|
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