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The Resource The Challenges of Policy Transfer in Vocational Skills Development : National Qualifications Frameworks and the Dual Model of Vocational Training in International Cooperation

The Challenges of Policy Transfer in Vocational Skills Development : National Qualifications Frameworks and the Dual Model of Vocational Training in International Cooperation

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The Challenges of Policy Transfer in Vocational Skills Development : National Qualifications Frameworks and the Dual Model of Vocational Training in International Cooperation
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The Challenges of Policy Transfer in Vocational Skills Development
Title remainder
National Qualifications Frameworks and the Dual Model of Vocational Training in International Cooperation
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eng
Summary
In the context of renewed global interest in the development of vocational skills, policy makers in many countries as well as representatives of technical organisations often hope to reform existing training systems by borrowing models and policies that seem to work elsewhere. One of these prominent models is that of 'National Qualifications Framework', the use of which now spans the entire globe. On a much smaller scale, the 'Dual Model' of vocational training - a systematic combination of school and workplace-based learning that is common in a number of countries in Western Europe - has also
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Maurer, Markus
Dewey number
650.1
Index
no index present
LC call number
HF5381.6
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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Gonon, Philipp
Series statement
  • Studien zur Berufs- und Weiterbildung,
  • Studies in vocational and continuing education
Series volume
  • volume 12
  • volume 12
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  • Vocational qualifications
  • Life skills
  • Performance
  • Vocational qualifications
  • EDUCATION / Essays
  • EDUCATION / Organizations & Institutions
  • EDUCATION / Reference
  • Vocational qualifications
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The Challenges of Policy Transfer in Vocational Skills Development : National Qualifications Frameworks and the Dual Model of Vocational Training in International Cooperation
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Publication
Note
A) Improving progression pathways between different subsystems of the education and training sector and between formal, non-formal and informal learning
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; The Challenges of Policy Transfer in Vocational Skills Development; Acknowledgement; Table of Contents; Notes on contributors; Part One. Reflecting on policy transfer in vocational skills development; The challenges of policy transfer in vocational skills development: An introduction; 1. The re-emergence of TVET and the role of policy transfer; 2. Policy transfer and diffusion in the comparative education literature; 3. Development of a global toolkit for vocational skills development; 4. The politics of transferring policy models in VSD; 5. The two models at the core of this book
  • 6. Aim and overview of the bookReferences; Skills, competencies, and knowledge in international translation and cooperation; Introduction; Skills and competencies; Historical challenges to policy transfer; Some illustrations of skills development transfers, North-South; 1. Africa learning about skills from the southern states of the USA; 2. Diversified secondary education through World Bank support; 3. The promotion of training in the private sector by the World Bank in 1991; National cultures of training and the adoption of innovations; The case of the dual system
  • The parallel case of the export of NQFsSkills and systems of knowledge in conclusion; References; What do we need for vocational skills development: Data, consultancy or research? All of them!; Are VSD data and evidence a Post-2015 MDG's discourse or an undervalued reality?; Researching education and training in Africa: Scientific and institutional constraints; Consultancy, research governance, capacity building: A winning team?; Researching VSD: A window of opportunity to be opened without leaning out -- danger!; Researching what?; Researching VSD for what: A new development model?
  • Conclusion: what sort of skills development research in the Post 2015 MDGs and beyond?References; Part Two. Transfer of national qualifications frameworks; National qualifications frameworks and apprenticeships: Promises, premises, pitfalls; Introduction; Promises; Promises met and unmet; Pitfalls: Implementation and use of qualifications frameworks; Premises; Solution or symptom?; References; The work of UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) in strengthening lifelong learning through National Qualifications Frameworks (NQFs)
  • 1. UIL's approach and methodology for sharing learning across countries'Policy dialogue and 'bench-learning'; 2. The conceptual framework: A multilevel understanding of lifelong learning harnessing both bottom-up and top-down approaches; The interfaces and synergies between formal, non-formal and informal learning: Key terms within lifelong learning; Implementation of lifelong learning from a multi-level perspective; 3. Overview of NQF developments in UIL's survey of 34 countries; 4. UIL's policy framework for strengthening lifelong learning
Control code
898422428
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (369 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783035107586
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)898422428
Label
The Challenges of Policy Transfer in Vocational Skills Development : National Qualifications Frameworks and the Dual Model of Vocational Training in International Cooperation
Publication
Note
A) Improving progression pathways between different subsystems of the education and training sector and between formal, non-formal and informal learning
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; The Challenges of Policy Transfer in Vocational Skills Development; Acknowledgement; Table of Contents; Notes on contributors; Part One. Reflecting on policy transfer in vocational skills development; The challenges of policy transfer in vocational skills development: An introduction; 1. The re-emergence of TVET and the role of policy transfer; 2. Policy transfer and diffusion in the comparative education literature; 3. Development of a global toolkit for vocational skills development; 4. The politics of transferring policy models in VSD; 5. The two models at the core of this book
  • 6. Aim and overview of the bookReferences; Skills, competencies, and knowledge in international translation and cooperation; Introduction; Skills and competencies; Historical challenges to policy transfer; Some illustrations of skills development transfers, North-South; 1. Africa learning about skills from the southern states of the USA; 2. Diversified secondary education through World Bank support; 3. The promotion of training in the private sector by the World Bank in 1991; National cultures of training and the adoption of innovations; The case of the dual system
  • The parallel case of the export of NQFsSkills and systems of knowledge in conclusion; References; What do we need for vocational skills development: Data, consultancy or research? All of them!; Are VSD data and evidence a Post-2015 MDG's discourse or an undervalued reality?; Researching education and training in Africa: Scientific and institutional constraints; Consultancy, research governance, capacity building: A winning team?; Researching VSD: A window of opportunity to be opened without leaning out -- danger!; Researching what?; Researching VSD for what: A new development model?
  • Conclusion: what sort of skills development research in the Post 2015 MDGs and beyond?References; Part Two. Transfer of national qualifications frameworks; National qualifications frameworks and apprenticeships: Promises, premises, pitfalls; Introduction; Promises; Promises met and unmet; Pitfalls: Implementation and use of qualifications frameworks; Premises; Solution or symptom?; References; The work of UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) in strengthening lifelong learning through National Qualifications Frameworks (NQFs)
  • 1. UIL's approach and methodology for sharing learning across countries'Policy dialogue and 'bench-learning'; 2. The conceptual framework: A multilevel understanding of lifelong learning harnessing both bottom-up and top-down approaches; The interfaces and synergies between formal, non-formal and informal learning: Key terms within lifelong learning; Implementation of lifelong learning from a multi-level perspective; 3. Overview of NQF developments in UIL's survey of 34 countries; 4. UIL's policy framework for strengthening lifelong learning
Control code
898422428
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (369 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783035107586
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)898422428

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