Enhancing employability through contact with practice

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Through a series of brief presentations and structured discussions, this event contrasts the benefits and challenges of work placements with alternative forms of contact with practice including internships, simulated work environments, mentoring and use of industry-derived classroom material. Further details and to book a place on this event can be found here.
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