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Thursday, 2 December 2010

Tuition fee rise 'may boost vocational training'

There is likely to be a rise in the number of people choosing to undergo vocational training as a result of the expected increase in university tuition fees.

That is the opinion of Craig Abrahart, operating director at notgoingtouni.co.uk, who said that vocational training will become more and more appealing across all sectors, which includes sales recruitment, as people choose not to go to university.

He pointed out that foundation degrees may be an option for people not able or willing to pay the fees for higher education.

"There are over 100 employers now doing foundation degrees and we think it's a really great way of actually getting academic qualifications recognised as well as actual practical vocational experience with an employer," Mr Abrahart explained.

For those currently in higher education, Charlie Ball, deputy research director at the Higher Education Careers Services Unit, recently said that the prospects of them moving into full-time positions, such as those in the sales recruitment sector, are currently better than 12 months ago.

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