Whilst inclusive education and training is hardly novel, the benefits of identifying and reporting on specific areas of VET best suited to the vocational integration of social disadvantaged groups are clear and it is positive to see that both the process and the eventual modules are brought forth by partners (the latter separately presented in the WBL Toolkit). The report itself is available for download in both long form (Parts 1-4; EN only) and short form (Parts 1 and 4 only; EN, DE, ES, IT and LT). The audience of these reports, tools and materials is clearly those professionals involved in the design and development of programmes rather than those involved in frontline delivery. Whilst there were specific sectors targeted during initial project delivery, the broader methodological basis is easily able to be adapted for use in wider vocational fields. For those wishing to replicate, adapt or make use of the presented frameworks, tools or exemplars there is a requirement to seek written permission from the original APPRENTSOD consortium.