Able to label

6th August 2010 at 01:00
A system of "course labelling", intended to inform prospective students about success rates and employment prospects for different courses, is to be drawn up by the National Improvement Partnership Board.

A system of "course labelling", intended to inform prospective students about success rates and employment prospects for different courses, is to be drawn up by the National Improvement Partnership Board. The group of policy makers, provider representatives and employer organisations will take forward proposals first mooted by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills last year. The board said labelling should be about providing simple information to enable students to make the right choices, and not be used by Government to manage the performance of training organisations.

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