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The Essential Work Experience Handbook

The Essential Work Experience Handbook (Paperback)

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Synopsis

Updated handbook for students for use and reference during their work placement



as part of their FETAC course.





New to this edition:

Highlights the major changes in the Irish economy and the changing nature of work post-Celtic TigerProvides details of all recent changes in employment and health and safety legislation

Develops students' job-finding skills and interview techniquesProvides key information on employment rights, employment, legislation and equality issuesHighlights the importance of global, technological and demographic trends in relation to job seekingThe Learner Record guides the student through -Planning and preparation -Experience in the workplace -Review & evaluation of the work experience

WRITTEN FOR: Work Experience module of all FETAC courses

EducationCareers & StudyingAdvice on careers & achieving successEducationCareers & StudyingCareers guidanceHealth & Wellbeing Publisher: Gill Publication Date: 30/04/2010 ISBN-13: 9780717147595  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
Availability: To Order. Estimated despatch in 1-3 weeks.  

Arlene Douglas, BA, HDipEd, Grad Dip Stats, DipComp, is Assistant Director of Adult Education, Evening School, Limerick College of Further Education. She is also Head of Media within the Media Dept. She has worked in teaching delivering modules in Business and Media for 20 years and has worked for the last 10 years as an External Examiner for FETAC. She is also the author of Business Administration (Gill & Macmillan). Seamus O'Neill, BSc, HDipEd, MBCS, teaches in the School of IT and Multimedia Design at Crumlin College, Dublin. He has 25 years' teaching experience in second and third level colleges and is the author of Essential Computer Applications (Gill & Macmillan).

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