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"We are able to identify best practices through our conversations and interactions with patients during the shadowing process."
As well as shadowing the Cabinet Office minister, Mr Maude will have a role overseeing the implementation of the Tories' policy programme.
She said: 'I look forward to shadowing both John Prescott and David Miliband, as I have no fear about punching above my weight.
Free materials available from the coalition include how-to guides for students, teachers, and employers: lesson plans that fie shadowing to school subjects: and templates for press releases and other promotional materials.
"Many young people do not have access to shadowing experiences.
A shadowing experience, such as with a newspaper reporter or an engineer, allows students to gain those insights through learning first-hand about work environments.
Now as part of his job, van der Spuy facilitates job shadowing efforts throughout Tennessee's 138 school districts, helping teachers, parents, students and businesses with what he says is one of several effective work-based learning activities for young people.