Chalk and Talk: From School to Work

Chalk and Talk: From School to Work

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Location

Belfast, Havelock House

Year

1987

Date

Transmission 27/05/1987

Length

26min 02sec

Audio

sound

Format

1 inch

colour

Source

Digitised as part of the UTV Archive Partnership Project (ITV, Northern Ireland Screen and PRONI)

Courtesy

Department for Communities, ITV, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

Rights Holder

ITV

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Description

Jill Cochrane guides the discussion surrounding the topic of careers guidance for school children whilst taking questions from the live audience.

The audience ask the panel about vocational education, how best to prepare students for employment, and what employers are looking for in students.

Prof. Peter Daws (University of Ulster), John Campbell (Secretary, Milk Marketing Board N.I.), Alan Hamilton (Headmaster, Glengormley High School), and Don Alexander (Assistant Secretary D.E.D.) make up the panel and respond to these questions whilst putting across their own opinion. 

The panel reach a consensus that while in school it is required that pupils build up an attitude suitable for work so that they can survive "in a pretty harsh world" - however, there has also been the programme of an 'extended record of achievement' which has been met with approval from employers

Credits

A UTV production. 

Presented by Jill Cochrane  

Senior Education Officer: George Fleeter 

Academic Advisor: Dorothy Whittington 

Assistant Advisor: Rosmary Donnelly 

Director: Robert Lamrock 

Producer: John Scobbie


 

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