VETNET ECER 2001
Proceedings: List of Papers
authors' names are linked to the individual abstracts incl. download of
Nick. Developing ICT capability in higher education in the UK.
Nick. Methodological issues in the study of organisational learning,
with reference to the Framework V Project ORGLEARN.
M'Hamed. Forms and implications of work related identity transformation:
Preliminary findings of “FAME” project investigation in the French case.
Kathryn; Field, John. Promoting social capital in a ‘risk society’:
A new approach to emancipatory learning or a new moral authoritarianism?
Erika; Murray, Åsa. The value of a three-year upper
secondary vocational edu-cation in the labour market.
Karen. Agency in young adult transitions in England and the new
Karen. Tacit skills and work inequalities: A UK perspective on
tacit forms of key competences, and issues for future research.
John. Does training have any history? The enduring influence of
behaviourism in Britain, 1940 – 1966.
Gérard; Michaud, Monique; Gautier, Gildas. Training policies
valuation in European enterprises by studying the valuation practices/
Comprendre les politiques de formation d’entreprises européennes
par l’étude de leurs pratiques d’évaluation.
Martin. Work process knowledge in the context of socio-technical
John; O’Connor, Henrietta. ‘I couldn’t wait for the day’: Young
workers’ reflections on education during the transition to work in the
Marcelle; Ménard, Louise. Typology of work experience: Analysis
of the workplace training process in Quebec.
Jannes. Apprenticeship in France, Ireland, the Netherlands and
Scotland: Comparisons and trends.
Anke. Gender and qualification: Are gender differences ignored?
Krista; Joons, Sofia; Vilu, Raivo. From normatively constructed
identity to new identities in the contexts of 'double' transition
processes: The case of Estonia.
Fernando. The consideration of relevant features for the processes
of identity formation in current vet policies.
Anne. The hidden labour market of the academic.
Sally. Developing a model of factors influencing work-related learning:
Findings from two research projects.
Marja-Leena. Transition from higher vocational education to working
life: Different pathways to working life.
Arvid. WEPP - The Work Environment Pedagogy Project.
Els; Buyens, Dirk. Continuing vocational training in Belgium: An
Stefan C. Training incidence and job-mobility in Switzerland.
Buyens, Dirk; Dewettinck, Koen. The
role of HRD in creating opportunities for lifelong learning: empirical
study in Belgian organisations.