Practitioner research reports

  • Cover: PROP Initiating Change in Career Decision-Making

    Initiating change in career decision-making: an action research approach

    Paul Greenbank (2010) 

    The report explores the process of making career decisions and asks how advisers can encourage students to critically evaluate the way they make decisions and plan for their future careers.

  • Cover: PROP report values at work

    Values at work: a qualitative study of careers education in higher education

    Julia Horn (2009)

    The report explores how careers education has developed on the ground in higher education institutions in the UK. It examines how individual practitioners have established and developed careers education modules over time.

  • Cover: PROP report stop and measure the roses

    Stop and measure the roses

    Aminder K Nijjar (2009)

    The report investigates how UK university careers services measure their effectiveness and success. It presents findings from interviews with university careers service directors, senior managers, and representatives from graduate recruitment organisations.

  • Cover: PROP report career pathways in the voluntary sector

    Career pathways for graduates into the voluntary/community sector

    Fiona Christie (2008)

    This report examines the nature and range of opportunities for graduates in the voluntary and community sector with a particular focus on management and administration roles.

  • Cover: PROP report working class students and the decision-making process

    Working class students and the career decision-making process

    Paul Greenbank and Sue Hepworth (2008)

    This report asks how working class students make their career decisions and seeks to identify if and how these students might be at a disadvantage in the labour market.

  • Cover: PROP report break-out or break-up?

    Break-out or Break-up?

    A.G. Watts and Val Butcher (2008)

    The report investigates the role and structure of careers services in the light of institutional strategies for employability, enterprise, personal development planning (PDP) and employer engagement.

 
 
 

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