What's it Like to be a...? Choreographer by Elizabeth Dowen, Lisa Thompson
  

Synopsis

What's it Like to be a...? Choreographer by Elizabeth Dowen, Lisa Thompson

This series provides fun and accessible careers information for young people choosing what to study post-14. Each title offers a behind-the-scenes tour of a high-interest job typically entered through a vocational route. Snappy, easy-to-digest information and case studies are supported by a comprehesive guide to training and entry routes. At the end of year 9, pupils must choose course options that will determine whether they take a vocational or academic route through the rest of their education. These titles will help readers relate the huge range of vocational courses available to exciting jobs in the real world.

About the Author

Elizabeth Dowen is a former Senior Consultant with TAC - the Training, Advice and Consultancy arm of the CfBT Education Trust. She is a qualified and experienced senior careers adviser and youth worker who has specialised in working with disadvantaged and de-motivated young people. Liz has been a lead writer for various training programmes and her areas of expertise include vocational careers education.

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Paperback
48 pages

Author

Elizabeth Dowen, Lisa Thompson
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Publication date

20th August 2010

ISBN

9781408128756


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