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Educationalists suggest an inductive approach to education, where we go from the experience of the students to the underlying principles, provides best results. The objective of this book is to provide people at school or college with realistic examples of dilemmas they will face in the world of work, or when looking for work. This may be as part of their PSHE development. The book also aims to provide material which can be used by people working on their own. Young people need to have transferable skills and some of these can be obtained by looking at the ways in which businesses approach them. It is therefore worthwhile trying to understand these approaches, and to see why some are effective while others are totally misplaced.
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About the Author
David Spurling is an educational writer with considerable experience working with students and other young people. He is an experienced lecturer, having taught in a wide variety of schools and colleges. He is a script marker for ABMA, and a former A-level examiner for Labour Economics. He is currently the chairman of the international organisation Learning Through Cooperation Ltd, which aims to provide affordable education for those with a passion for learning. He set up a college in Kenya to provide educational assistance to a developing country. He is an author of 15 different educational text books aimed at providing affordable assistance to those taking exams. Having often worked with young people, David has come to realise just what knowledge all generations require to become successfully financially independent.