Head of School
School of Education
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
Year Citation 2022 James Relly, S., & Laczik, A. (2022). Apprenticeship, employer engagement and vocational formation: a process of collaboration. Journal of Education and Work, 35(1), 1-15.
2022 Relly, S. J., & Robson, J. (2022). Unpacking the tensions between local and national skills policy: employers, colleges and Local Enterprise Partnerships as collaborative anchors. London Review of Education, 20(1).
2021 James Relly, S. (2021). The political rhetoric of parity of esteem. Oxford Review of Education, 47(4), 513-528.
2021 James Relly, S. (2021). Moving from competence to excellence: the role of training managers in providing pedagogical leadership in UK further education. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 45(5), 704-716.
2016 Chankseliani, M., & Relly, S. J. (2016). Three-capital approach to the study of young people who excel in vocational occupations: A case of worldskills competitors and entrepreneurship. International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training, 3(1), 46-65.
2016 Tholen, G., Relly, S. J., Warhurst, C., & Commander, J. (2016). Higher education, graduate skills and the skills of graduates: the case of graduates as residential sales estate agents. British Educational Research Journal, 42(3), 508-523.
2016 Chankseliani, M., James Relly, S., & Laczik, A. (2016). Overcoming vocational prejudice: how can skills competitions improve the attractiveness of vocational education and training in the UK?. British Educational Research Journal, 42(4), 582-599.
2015 Chankseliani, M., & James Relly, S. (2015). From the provider-led to an employer-led system: implications of apprenticeship reform on the private training market. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 67(4), 515-528.
2015 Wilde, S., & Relly, S. J. (2015). WorldSkills UK training managers: Midas touch or fool's gold?. International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training, 2(2), 85-98.
Year Citation 2022 Relly, S. J. (2022). Understanding the Purpose and Standing of Technical and Vocational Education and Training. In S. Billett, E. Stalder, V. Aarkrog, S. Choy, S. Hodge, & A. H. Le (Eds.), The Standing of Vocational Education and the Occupations It Serves. Current Concerns and Strategies For Enhancing That Standing (Vol. 32, pp. 49-62). Springer International Publishing.
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