If you have been following the many interesting blogs published on EPALE this week, you will have noted that it is quite difficult to define exactly what we mean by “workplace learning”. Does it mean primarily learning FOR the workplace, or learning IN the workplace?
Aprendizaje en el lugar de trabajo
The information brochure illustrates the diverse benefits that arise when companies get involved with training.
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....