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development tools are mainly directed at students and provide
suggestions and materials to enhance a range of skills and abilities
that cut across subject specialisms.
The University of Central Lancashire Futures site
http://www.uclan.ac.uk/information/services/futures/index.php (accessed 15 April 2011) Futures was UCLan's careers, employability and enterprise service. The address above defaults to http://www.uclan.ac.uk/students/careers/enterprise/index.php, (accessed 13 January 2017).
Graduate Toolkit available at the University of Brighton site
http://www.brighton.ac.uk/careers/getting-started/graduate-toolkit.html (accessed 15 April 2011) included, inter alia, What is employability? and Employability and your future career.This address now defaults to http://about.brighton.ac.uk/careers/plan-your-career/in-your-final-year (accessed, 13 January 2017)
Employability toolkit on the University of Manchester site
http://staffnet.stage.manchester.ac.uk/supporting-students/employability-toolkit/ accessed 15 April 2011, was wriiten for all staff at the university faced with the "employability agenda", it included directing students towards suitable resources they can use to audit their employability skills (n o longer available 13 January 2017).
The 2004 version mentioned this site. There are no dates on the site and it is no longer available 13 January 2017.
The 2004 version of this site also mentioned , originally at:
http://www.worc.ac.uk/LTMain/LTC/Profile/menu.html, but it is no longer available (15 April 2011).