IT and Administration by


IT and Administration by

This work helps students bridge the gap between what they study at school and working in the real world. How to Get Ahead in... takes a detailed look at what it takes to pursue a range of careers. Each book includes real-life case studies of people with plenty of experience in each field. The student-centred approach will help readers think about their future working lives and provides insight into a range of options. It is ideal for use in the library, careers room or in a classroom setting. It is a particularly useful resource for compulsory work-related learning within the curriculum. It gives practical advice on work experience and relevant qualifications so students have a head-start in organising their own work experience.

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56 pages
Interest Age: 12+ years


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Publication date

14th August 2007



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