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Title: Winning students are employable students
Author(s): Coffee, Pete
Lavallee, David
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Citation: Coffee P & Lavallee D (2014) Winning students are employable students. Scottish Funding Council. Winning Students.
Issue Date: Jul-2014
Date Deposited: 22-Sep-2014
Publisher: Winning Students
Abstract: First paragraph: Skills and employability have a direct impact on life opportunities. Understanding how skills are learned, developed, applied, maintained and adapted over time can facilitate improving the employability of individuals. Sports scholars are a unique population for investigation as they need to maintain a wide range of skills and acquire new ones in order to perform in two domains (education and sport). The ability to refine a previous skill, or learn new skills that may be required to be effective in a new domain or wider activity, is an important issue for society as a prosperous economy depends on the development of new skills.
Type: Research Report
Affiliation: Sport

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