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Title: The Skills Panorama - Achieving Regional and Local Impact - Final Internal Evaluation
Author(s): Egdell, Valerie
Graham, Helen
McQuaid, Ronald
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Citation: Egdell V, Graham H & McQuaid R (2014) The Skills Panorama - Achieving Regional and Local Impact - Final Internal Evaluation. Better Labour Market Intelligence. Edinburgh Napier University.
Keywords: Skills Panorama
Issue Date: 11-Mar-2014
Publisher: Edinburgh Napier University
Series/Report no.: Better Labour Market Intelligence
Abstract: This document presents the findings of the Final Internal Evaluation, conducted by the Employment Research Institute, Edinburgh Napier University partner for the “Skills Panorama – Achieving Regional and Local Impact” (ARLI) project. This is a relatively light-touch evaluation, focused on understanding to what extent the objectives of the project are being met and whether the intended impact is likely to be achieved; and enabling any adjustments to be made during the project lifetime.
Type: Technical Report
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Affiliation: Edinburgh Napier University
Edinburgh Napier University
Management Work and Organisation

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