VETNET LLN Library

Strategies in the Widening Participation agenda at Glasgow Vet School
Strategies in the Widening Participation agenda at the University of Glasgow
Strategies in the Widening Participation agenda at the University of Edinburgh
Higher Education Academy Strategies in the Widening Participation agenda in Scotland
Strategies in the Widening Participation agenda at SRUC
Strategies from FOCUS West at University of Glasgow in the Widening Participation agenda
Strategies in the Widening Participation agenda in Edinburgh and Lothian
A follow up to last year's study has produced interesting initial findings (Vetnet LLN funded project led by Nottingham Trent University, School of Animal, Rural, and Environmental Science)
University performance of learners from vocational versus traditional backgrounds in Equine and Animal Studies. This report was compiled by Nia Huws and Liz Taylor, from Nottingham Trent University.
VETNET LLN's NE & Yorkshire and North West regions are funding 2 studies investigating existing skills and qualifications in the dairy sector and the future requirements for continuing professional development (CPD) / training.
An investigation and scoping study around stretching the more able vocational learners following the National Diploma in Animal Management (particularly in relation to the development of core science and its parity with those A Level outcomes required
An Evaluation of Existing and Potential Progression Routes from Foundation Degrees and Higher Level Vocational Programmes in the Animal Related Sectors into Veterinary Medicine and Employment.
Draft Criteria for Assessing Candidates applying for Higher Education based on Prior Experience
Designing a student-friendly, animal-related, interactive maths support resource to help improve maths skills for animal & veterinary students in FE & HE
A summary of research findings by Nia Huws (VETNET LLN) and Liz Taylor (Nottingham Trent University)