Career development policy and practice: the Tony Watts reader
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Professor Tony Watts

Tony Watts is a pre-eminent figure in the field of career guidance. This volume brings together some of his most cited work in a way that is accessible to students, policy makers, researchers and practitioners and contains Watts’ most enduring writings about career guidance.

Watts’ work covers a range of topics on careers education and guidance, with this volume particularly exploring the role of ICT in careers guidance; the shortcomings in UK policy on careers guidance; and the need to improve careers education.

Anyone who wants to strengthen and enrich their own understanding of careers work, its history and development, and the role it could and should play within a modern economy – and education - would benefit enormously from reading his work.

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Professor Tony Watts

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Taking a long-term view of careers guidance and education, this volume will make for useful reading for any professionals with responsibility for pupils’ career development. 


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