delivery of continuing vocational training
integrated delivery of continuing vocational training, which has been piloted
in Denmark, aims at building bridges between institutional learning and
learning at work. This concept implies a new role for training institutions:
they have to related their courses to the realities work, by engaging in
a continuous dialogue with the stakeholders (enterprises and learners);
in this process they develop into learning organisations.
of integrated delivery extends the model which has been put forward by
Barry Nyhan for learning organisations (linking work and learning by a
common task) in that it adds a linkage between learning in organisational
context and learning in public training institutions.
An institution which wants to support organisational learning has to be
a learning organisation itself. (Questions:) Do the training institutions
have to be learning organisations? (Answer:) Look at them in 5 to 10 years
of integrated delivery implies that key qualifications are dependent on
the context of work/ that they are embedded in work. Key qualifications
supported by integrated delivery include personal competences necessary
in enterprises and organisational/ methodological competences.
delivery is linked with a complex of changes in the culture of public sector
education and training: who are the motivators of these changes?
of debate related to the presentation by Bruno Clematide on 'the integrated
delivery of CVT'.
also CVT Base (Integrated delivery of continuing
vocational training in Denmark).
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