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Gender and qualification: Are gender
presentation is lead by the two main intentions of the project, namely
current state of art we found, that it is not very easy to extract key
competencies and their connection to gender. Our expectation was to get
quite a number of abilities, qualifications or competencies which have
key functions and which are characteristic for women and men in their jobs.
In the German case statements referring to this subject were rather scarce.
I will discuss this outcome by some aspects appearing during the report.
the impact of gender segregation of European labour markets on vocational
education and training and
to which extend women and men tend to develop different sets of key qualifications
in situations of vocational training and occupational change.
Sabine; Dif, M'hamed (eds.). 2001. VETNET ECER 2001 proceedings: Current
research in European vocational education and human resource development.
Berlin: Wissenschaftsforum Bildung und Gesellschaft e.V. [Internet: http://www.b.shuttle.de/wifo/vet/ecer01.htm].