Restaurants Ltd invests heavily per
year on its in-house training programme developed to help staff at
all levels to develop and progress.
We commission and conduct a variety of
research projects. We use research (and ongoing consultation) to
influence and improve the design, delivery and recognition of
vocational education and training. Below is a full list of our
We are working Organic lea to create a volunteer training toolkit to share good training practices that have helped voluntary and community groups develop a structured approach to learning in their projects.
This project evaluated a RPL (recognition of prior learning) programme for construction workers run by LabourNet, a social enterprise based in Bangalore, India.
We commissioned Dr Ellen Spencer and Professors Bill Lucas and Guy Claxton to develop a theory of vocational pedagogy. Our latest report takes a fresh look at the outcomes of vocational education and builds the case for a vocational pedagogy.
This publication looks at an approach to training which is not normally associated with the sector, but has been successfully used to develop excellence in many other sectors; coaching.
This project provides interesting examples and context to approaches to specialisation within vocational education. We looked at four country studies: Germany, the United States of America, Singapore and Australia.
As part of CSD’s ongoing work to understand the motivations of and reality for young people today, we commission some research into their attitudes to work, learning and the future.
The City & Guilds Centre for Skills for Development is part of City & Guilds Group
Charity No: 312832