Working to Learn : Transforming Learning.
- Standardized Title:
- Working to Learn (Online)
- New York : Routledge March 2002 Florence : Taylor & Francis Group [distributor]
x, 246 p. : ill.
- Organizational learning.
Communication in organizations.
Employees -- Training of.
- Electronic books.
- Machine generated contents note: 1. The significance of workplace learning for a 'learning society'
Karen Evans and Helen Rainbird
2. Learning careers: conceptualizing lifelong work-based learning
Phil Hodkinson and Martin Bloomer
3. Contrasting approaches to the role of qualifications in the promotion of lifelong learning
4. The interaction between qualifications and work-based learning
5. The challenges of'making learning visible': problems and issues in recognizing tacit skills and key competences
6. Developing pedagogies for the contemporary workplace
Alison Fuller and Lorna Unwin
7. An approach to learning at, for and through the workplace: a trade union case study
8. Education and training for small and medium-sized enterprises
9. The dynamics of workplace learning: the role of work organizations
10. Putting skills in their place: the regional pattern of work skills in Britain
11. Policy interventions for a vibrant work-based route - or when policy hits reality's fan (again)
Ewart Keep andJonathan Payne
12. No rights, just responsibilities: individual demand for continuing training
13. Six challenges for the future
Working to Learn Group: Ewart Keep, Helen Rainbird, Karen Evans,
Lorna Unwin, Phil Hodkinson and Peter Senker.
- Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
Includes bibliographical references and index.
OCLC-licensed vendor bibliographic record.
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