Learning providers and clients, e.g. employers and employees’ representatives working together to identify the training needs of employees to inform the design of a learning programme.
A systematic review of component attitudes, aptitudes and practices of workers in a particular job intended to identify, and help to reduce, skills gaps and shortages.
Pastoral services separate from course provision which help learners with personal problems and difficulties outside of their learning programme. These include professional counselling, advice and guidance.
An alternative to the term self-confidence. Unlike self-confidence, which is a global feeling of being able to accomplish most tasks, self-efficacy is focused on a specific task and represents the feeling of being able to accomplish that task, which in this context is success in adult learning.
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