Knowledge, Skills and Competence in the European Labour Market
What’s in a Vocational Qualification?
Michaela Brockmann, Linda Clarke, Christopher Winch
the free movement of labour across the European Union, establishing transparency
and comparability of qualifications across member states is vital.
Foreword (Tim Oates) 1. Introduction: Cross-National Equivalence of Skills and Qualifications across Europe? (Michaela Brockmann, Linda Clarke, Christopher Winch, Georg Hanf, Philippe Méhaut and Anneke Westerhuis) 2. EU Initiatives in Cross-National Recognition of Skills and Qualifications (Philippe Méhaut and Christopher Winch) 3. Savoir:The Organizing Principle of French VET (Philippe Méhaut) 4. The Changing Relevance of the Beruf (Georg Hanf) 5. The Meaning of Competence (Anneke Westerhuis) 6. Skill: A Concept Manufactured in England? (Christopher Winch) 7. Trade? Job? Or Occupation?: The Development of Occupational Labour Markets for Bricklaying and Lorry Driving (Linda Clarke) 8. Higher Education Qualifications: Convergence and Divergence in Software Engineering and Nursing (Michaela Brockmann) 9. Establishing Equivalence through Zones of Mutual Trust (Linda Clarke and Anneke Westerhuis) 10. Interpretive Dictionary (Michaela Brockmann, Linda Clarke, Christopher Winch, Georg Hanf, Philippe Méhaut and Anneke Westerhuis)
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