Sharapov, K. & Tizard, J. (2011). Getting in, Getting on...in Construction Modern Apprentices in Scotland. Edinburgh: ConstructionSkills
This report describes research supported by ConstructionSkills,
the Scottish Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering
& Technology, Edinburgh Napier University, the E...
Sharapov, K. & Tizard, J. (2007). Getting In Getting On In Construction: Experiences of women and men studying construction in Scotland (2008). Edinburgh: ConstructionSkills
This report explores the findings of a study into factors affecting the progression of undergraduates from built environment programmes into employment in the Scottish constru...
Sharapov, K. & Tizard, J. (2007). Research Briefing No.10: Getting In, Getting On in Construction Experiences of women and men studying Built Environment in Scottish Universities (2008). Edinburgh: UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology
Experiences of women and men studying Built Environment in Scottish Universities 2008.
Jeffery, G. Supporting school career education with an online community. (Thesis)
This thesisi s an analysisi f a participatory action researchp roject, involving
several interventions with school students in a series of iterative stages, exploring
ways to ...
Robertson, P. J. (2018). Developing career capabilities in “NEET” young people: experiences of participants in the Prince’s Trust team programme. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 46(6), 752-764. doi:10.1080/03069885.2018.1434130
This qualitative study focuses on the impact of a supportive 12-week programme intended to empower young people who are not in employment, education or training (NEET) to purs...
Robertson, P. J. (2018). Bhaskar and Sen: Two foundations on which to build a new approach to career guidance and life planning. Indian Journal of Career and Livelihood Planning, 6(1), (22-28). ISSN 2319-2313
This paper argues for a new perspective on guidance and life planning that is informed, but not dominated, by pre-existing Western conceptions of career. Two scholars are high...