The work placement programme aims at exposing students to the new realities of the world of work and relating this knowledge to their normal educational activities as well as bridging the gap between the schooling system and the world of work.
What does WOW stand for?
WOW stands for World of Work
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- Workstation on Wheels
- World Ocean Watch
- World of Wackiness (Japanese video game)
- World of Warcraft (game)
- World of Water
- World of Wearable Arts (New Zealand)
- World of Wisdom (astrology)
- World of Wonder
- World of Wonders
- World of Words (Tucson, AZ)
- World of Wrestling (magazine)
- World Organization of Webmasters
- World Orphan Week (SOS Children's Villages)
- Worlds of Wayne (podcast)
- Worship of Wicca
- Worst of the Worst (Shainin Strategies)
- Writers on Writing (various organizations)
- Windows on Windows 16-Bit (Microsoft Windows)
- Windows On Windows 64
- Workshop on Words and Automata (Russia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mr Andrews, AM for Rhondda, presented awards recognising participants in the World of Work scheme, which provides a link between education and industry.
PUPILS are swapping the classroom for the world of work.
Seinfeld's hero is an unpretentious, regular guy, an Everybee who raises some important questions about the world of work - with a lot of bee-ish play on words.
A SPECIAL school is looking for people in a range of jobs to give pupils an insight into the world of work.
The Department of Labor (DOL) discusses a need for a concerted effort to dispel the attitudinal barriers that prevent full integration of people with disabilities in the world of work (2003c).
For two years the young people spend one day a week during term at the Dudley Council-run centre to learn about the world of work including what it is like to work as a leisure attendant, receptionist or fitness instructor.
MEMBERS of Atherstone Rotary Club have helped Warwickshire students prepare for the world of work by holding a series of mock interviews.