|Title||Work-based training and job prospects for the unemployed: an evaluation of training for work|
|Authors||Payne, J., Payne, C., Lissenburgh, S. and Range, M.|
"Training for Work (TfW) was a major DfEE programme aimed at helping people who had been claimant unemployed for over six months to find jobs and improve their skills, by providing appropriate training and work experience. After initial assessment and guidance, entrants took one of three main routes: employer placements (with either trainee or employed status), full-time off-the-job training, or project placements... A nationally representative sample of TfW participants in England and Wales who left TfW during the autumn of 1995 was interviewed in spring 1996 and a second time in summer 1997. The present analysis excluded those who had been unemployed for less than six months at the point of entry to the programme (the 'special needs' group)." - Page 1.
|Publisher||Department for Education and Employment|
|Place of publication||London|