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“The national Giving and Volunteering surveys from 1988 to 2001 asked about giving to more than a dozen different types of organizations (listed here in order of frequency of gifts): “informal” (family and friends); health; human services; youth; education; environment; work-based; political; arts; “public benefit” (a mélange of civil rights, community action, and service clubs); foundations; adult recreation; international; and “other.””
“By comparison, the German authorities spent only £46 more per person for work-based volunteering placements lasting a full year.”
“Research and work-based foundation degrees remain important.”
“Middlesex is also a pioneer in work-based learning and enables employees to gain academic credits in the workplace, helping them to make a greater contribution to their organisations.”
“He could then apply for an NHS apprenticeship which would offer him the choice of 21 work-based qualifications in clinical and non-clinical roles.”
“For example, one study of a work-based walking program found that 93 percent of the participants lost weight.”
“He would receive induction training and his employers would pay for him to complete work-based NVQs level 2 and 3 in care, and level 3 in promoting independence – the qualifications he needs to progress in the sector.”
“The study recommends a "comprehensive pathways network" that would include three elements: embracing multiple approaches to help youth make the transition to adulthood, involving the nation's employers in things like work-based learning, and creating a new social compact with young people.”
“The research on work-based learning or foreign language study definitely doesn't bear out these conclusions.”
“What each initiative has in common is the practice of work-based learning.”
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