The Architecture of Innovative Apprenticeship

ISBN: 978-94-007-5397-6 (Print) 978-94-007-5398-3 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

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    Pages 1-24

    Memorandum An Architecture for Modern Apprenticeships: Standards for Structure, Organisation and Governance

  3. From School into Apprenticeship: Pathways for a Successful Transition

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      Pages 25-25

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      Pages 27-37

      Relationship Between Potential Recruits from VET and HE: Case Studies from Germany, England and Switzerland

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      Pages 39-50

      Exploring Intermediate Vocational Education and Training for 16–19-Year-Olds in Germany and England

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      Pages 51-68

      Apprenticeship, Pathways and Career Guidance: A Cautionary Tale

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      Pages 69-87

      No Choice – No Guidance? The Rising Demand for Career Guidance in EU Neighbouring Countries and Its Potential Implications for Apprenticeships

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      Pages 89-102

      How Can Governance, Private Sector and Work-Based Learning Promote Labour Market Relevant Training in Developing and Transition Countries?

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      Pages 103-113

      A Renaissance for Apprenticeship Learning and Its Implications for Transition Countries

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      Pages 115-128

      Work-Based Learning in China

  4. Competence Measurement and Development in VET

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 129-129

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      Pages 131-141

      Occupational Identity in Australian Traineeships: An Initial Exploration

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      Pages 143-157

      Competency-Based Training in Australia: What Happened and Where Might We ‘Capably‘ Go?

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      Pages 159-175

      Measuring Occupational Competences: Concept, Method and Findings of the COMET Project

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      Pages 177-191

      Occupational Identity and Motivation of Apprentices in a System of Integrated Dual VET

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      Pages 193-205

      Innovative Models of More Interactive Cooperation of VET Schools and Enterprise in China

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      Pages 207-218

      Developing Complex Performance Through Learning Trajectories and Re-creating Mediating Artefacts

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      Pages 219-229

      Conceptual Change Research in TVET

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      Pages 231-240

      Experiential Learning Assessment and Competence Development for a Second Career: The Case of Alternating Training Programmes for Professional Promotion

  5. Towards an Open TVET Architecture:Why European and National Qualification Frameworks do not suffice

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 241-241

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      Pages 243-255

      Differences in the Organisation of Apprenticeship in Europe: Findings of a Comparative Evaluation Study

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      Pages 257-268

      Implementing the EQF: English as Distinct from Continental Bricklaying Qualifications

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      Pages 269-280

      Trends, Issues and Challenges for EU VET Policies Beyond 2010

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      Pages 281-294

      ‘Evidence’ About ‘Outcome Orientation’: Austrian Experience with European Policies

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