Progression from the 14 – 19 Advanced Diploma to Higher Education

Research project final report

Margaret Prescott, Christine Jarvis

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Abstract

The University of Huddersfield School of Education and Professional Development was commissioned by the West Yorkshire Lifelong Learning Network (WYLLN) to undertake a research and consultation project on the implementation of 14 - 19 advanced diplomas within the West Yorkshire region,
with a particular focus on progression into Higher Education. WYLLN had identified a need for greater clarification, coherence and certainty around the progression into Higher Education opportunities from the newly developed advanced diplomas.

This final report presents a detailed report of the whole project, containing all findings, conclusions and recommendations, alongside an electronic version of the fully developed curriculum map showing diploma lines and progression routes. In addition, a shorter summary report of the findings of the research suitable for circulation by WYLLN to its member organisations, the 14 – 19 consortia and their school and college partners and other interested parties, has been produced.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Huddersfield
Commissioning bodyWest Yorkshire Lifelong Learning Network
Number of pages39
Publication statusPublished - 21 Sep 2009

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University of Huddersfield, 2009. 39 p.

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