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Aprendizaje en el lugar de trabajo

Andrew McCoshan, expert ECVET au Royaume-Uni, commente un rapport paru récemment sur les coûts et avantages des différentes formes d'éducation des adultes. Ce rapport soulève des questions importantes sur le rôle de la société civile dans la formation sur le lieu de travail.
In later years the EU Commission has been very interested in using apprenticeships to create more opportunities in the labour market for young people. Youth unemployment is lower in countries where young people can be trained in the workplace and get a job that way. The best examples are found in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, while vocational training has had good results in Denmark and the Netherlands too.
La Confederazione europea dei sindacati (CES) ha chiesto una più ampia gamma di criteri di qualità per l'apprendistato, presentando un nuovo rapporto di studio. "Ma il 'periodo d'oro' di interesse per l'apprendistato dovrebbe lasciare il posto a un 'periodo d'oro' di attuazione delle strategie", scrive Jeff Bridgford del King's College di Londra.
19 Julio 2016
por Alessandra Cecc...
(it)
2 Comentarios

This country report was composed as part of a larger study on validation of non-formal and informal learning in Europe. The country reports of Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Norway, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom as well as the summary of the study both in English and German, and finally the complete publication (in German only) can be found at www.bertelsmann-stiftung.de/vnfil-in-europe.

This document describes in detail the Finnish apprenticeship and work-based learning in Finland. The article on apprenticeship-type schemes and structured work-based learning programmes is part of a set of articles prepared within Cedefop’s ReferNet network. It complements general information on VET systems available online at http://www.cedefop.europa.eu/EN/Information-services/vet-in-europe-count....

Work-based learning refers to learning that occurs through undertaking real work, through the production of real goods and services, whether this work is paid or unpaid. I think that the key benefits for participating in such types of programmes can be categorised under 3 key areas.
18 Julio 2016
por Aaron Rajania
(en)
2 Comentarios
At EU level, targets and priorities for work-based learning (WBL) are confirmed (directly and indirectly) within a number of core strategies and initiatives. However, at national level, it is hardly surprising that WBL policies are highly diverse and encompass a broad variety of work-based learning practices, across different European countries and diverse work and learning environments.
Training for workplace instructors (3 credits) comprises three modules providing students with the capabilities required in order to plan training at the workplace, vocational skills demonstrations and competence tests, to instruct students and assess learning, as well as equipping the students or candidates with vocational skills.

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