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Themes

    Access and Inclusion
    Benefits
    Content Development
    Delivery Models
    Learning and Teaching
    Partnership
    Quality and Accreditation
    Recognition of Prior Learning
    Reflection
    Skills in the Workplace
    Workforce Development

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Recent News

Skills Development Scotland adds resources for refugees and other migrants
Posted on Tuesday August 26, 2014

SDS has just launched a new page of information and resources to support and inspire migrants to eng...

Student Employability Index 2014
Posted on Thursday April 03, 2014

Students say that they want more engagement with the world of work during their studies but few use ...

Work-based Learning Baseline study published
Posted on Monday May 05, 2014

This study of undergraduate work-based learning in Scotland found that there is considerable commitm...

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