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Title: Career management skills: learning about abilities and opportunities
Author: Dalziel, Paul
Date: 13-Mar-2009
Publisher: Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit
Item Type: Oral Presentation
Abstract: In March 2007, FRST announced that it is funding a five-year research programme on education employment linkages for youth in New Zealand. This presentation will: (1) introduce the EEL programme (more details at www.eel.org.nz); and (2) explain one of the recent themes in the international literature about “career management skills” of young people.
Description: This presentation was an invited keynote address to the second research symposium of the Career Practitioners Association of New Zealand, held at Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin, on 13 March 2009.
The EEL Research Programme brings together three research institutions: The Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit (AERU) at Lincoln University, The New Zealand Centre for Educational Research, and He Pārekereke at Victoria University of Wellington.
Persistent URL (URI): http://hdl.handle.net/10182/3461
Related: Original publication is available from http://www.eel.org.nz/
Related URI: http://www.eel.org.nz/
Rights: Copyright © The Author
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