VETNET ECER 2000
Proceedings: List of papers
authors' names are linked to the individual abstracts incl. download of
Ulla. School-arranged or market-governed workplace training? A
Alan & Bjørnåvold, Jens. Prospects for mutual
learning and transnational transfer of innovative practice in European
vocational education and training.
Elly de & Moerkamp, Trudy. Powerful learning environments in
vocational education: a conceptual model.
Kaija. Searching for the meanings of learning at work: cases of
M'hamed. Induced labour mobility through continuing vocational
training: Investigating its development and role in the French context
during the last three decades.
Elinor & Stiwne, Dan. Expectancies and realities – evaluations
and research on engineering students’ experiences of their first semesters.
Wil van. The international dimension in Dutch VET: outputs and
impact of Leonardo da Vinci.
Bénédicte. A Demand of education as a strategic demand
in a context of job rationing and job scarcity: the analysis of further
education after post-secondary vocational education in France.
Toni & Guile, David. Learning and work experience: European
perspectives on policy, theory and practice.
Marcelle & Parent, Carmen. Alternance and workplace training:
Lilli & Jokinen, Pauliina. The FLEX-VET project in Finland:
vocational training including mechatronics and the training needs of the
Finnish metal industry.
M.E.A., Geertshuis S.A., Clancy D. & Bristol A. Earner/ Manager's
uncertainty of their capacity for innovative problem solving: an ICT based
Pekka. ‘Key qualifications’ - a new framework for analysing the
modernisation of vocational qualifications and curricula.
Sabine. What can we learn from dually oriented qualifications?
Lessons drawn by the LEONARDO partnership DUOQUAL.
Cecille. End user computing at a South African Technikon: Enabling
disadvantaged students to meet employers’ requirements.
Ken. New Deal and the colleges - forcing new wine into old bottles?
Jean R. International employees plead for education and assistance
in adjusting to living in foreign cultures.
Anne & Ruoholinna, Tarita. Special features of the Finnish
labour market and Challenges for Education.
Sally. Factors influencing learners' perceptions of the quality
of computer based learning materials.
Terri. Exploring capacity-building: between neo-liberal globalisation
and national systems of education and training.
Marja-Leena & Lasonen, Johanna. European strategies for reforming
initial vocational education.
Saskia & Mulder, Martin. HRD in learning oriented organisations
in Belgium, the Netherlands and the UK. Contribution # 1 The Netherlands.
Petr & Virolainen, Maarit. Factors influencing changes in the
scope of individual VET qualifications: comparison between Finland and
the Czech Republic.
Ida. What works in enhancing HRD effectiveness?