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Author Billet, Stephen.

Title Change, work and learning [electronic resource] : aligning continuing education and training / Stephen Billet ... [et al.]

Published Adelaide, South Aust. : NCVER, Dept. of Industry, Innovation Science, Research and Tertiary Education, 2012.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 26 p.
Series TD/TNC ; 107.05
Working paper (National Vocational Education and Training Research and Evaluation Program)
TD/TNC ; 107.05.
Notes Authors: Stephen Billet, Amanda Henderson, Sarojni Choy, Darryl Dymock, Fred Beven, Ann Kelly, Ian James, Jason Lewis, Ray Smith.
"11 April 2012"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 25)
File type Title from web page (viewed Feb. 26, 2013)
Summary As part of a three-year program of research, the authors are investigating how the training system might be more effective in providing continuing education and training across workers' lives, since the tertiary education and training sector is currently geared to entry-level training; that is, getting young people ready to enter the labour market. This working paper sets the scene for the next stage of research. It provides a description of current models of education and training which offer a framework for understanding the continuing learning needs of Australian workers" -- NCVER summary.
System notes Mode of access: Internet.
Other author National Centre for Vocational Education Research (Australia)
National Vocational Education and Training Research and Evaluation Program (Australia)
Australia. Department of Industry, Innovation Science, Research and Tertiary Education.
Subject Continuing education -- Australia.
Adult education -- Australia.
University extension -- Australia.
Vocational education -- Australia.
Occupational training -- Australia.
ISBN 9781922056023