Tracks 2015 Career Paths UK
ISBN 9781910110263 Pbk, 210 x 148mm, 152pp BIC VSC Keywords Tracks Directory GBP 14.99
Distributed by Central Books Ltd. Available on Amazon Prime. Published April 2015
With national coverage of the first edition in 1997 Tracks found an eager audience, including many parents needing to inform their children’s choices for the future. Over several editions the title has been revised and updated. The new edition carries three work descriptions per page, listing pay scales and qualifications to degree level, with advice from professionals and chartered institutes. The contact pages cross-reference with web-linked files in Tracks DVD. The 2015 edition Tracks, covers over one hundred and fifty career paths in fourteen sections from banking and financial services to sports and fitness. Tracks aims to provide a reliable source of information for the younger reader, that also gives an idea of the technical operation of each area. “I never knew there were so many opportunities,” a school student enthused at a presentation of the guide; an excitement we hope to preserve in the continued development of Tracks. Nicholas James, series editor, Tracks Directory
The Researchers, Tracks
Janet Barber has published a number of children's books and adult craft books
and part works, as well as working as a journalist for national newspapers and
magazines, most recently specialising in public sector journalism.
Nicholas James BA UCL, MA Kingston University.
With Sarah Batiste he edited and published Cv Journal of Art & Crafts
1988-92, forming Cv Publications in 1992 and Cv/Visual Arts Archive &
Editions in 1995.
Sarah James studied fine art at Goldsmiths College and Wimbledon School
of Art, with further training in counselling and complementary health care.
‘Useful as a quick source of reference’
Margaret Kroto, Careers Newscheck
‘I like Tracks, it is clear, succinct and informative’
John Clare, Education, The Daily Telegraph
‘Clearly laid out and simple to use’
RAC Bide, Learning Resources, Teddington School
I think Tracks is a brilliant idea’
Chris, Guild of Healthcare Pharmacists