A sustained examination of the politics and decision-making surrounding the origins, development and maintenance of Britain's main policy addressing international competitiveness. The Vocational Education and Training (VET) policy has not transformed Britain's economic competitiveness, as intended. This examination of VET sheds much needed light on factors of policy development and implementation which will benefit ministers, officials and the business community in developing future policies, balancing the demands of short term imperatives and long-term objectives, and catering for internal workings and accountabilities amongst quangos and executive agencies. A textbook for postgraduate studies in education, as well as educational policymakers.

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