Quality, relevance and equity: an integrated approach to vocational training

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International Labour Organisation. Inter-American Vocational Training Research and Documentation Centre (CINTERFOR)
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)


Amongst the different forms of education and learning, vocational training is the one which is most closely linked to the world of work and production. This has led to increasing consideration of vocational training and human resources development as a strategic component of both economic policies - as a result of its impact on labour productivity and the competitiveness of firms - and social policies, due to its key role in the measures taken to attain the objectives of Decent Work, increased employability and the struggle against exclusion from the labour markets. The set of...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Technology; Quality; Employment; Innovation; Equity; Providers of education and training; Skills and knowledge; Policy; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Employability; Educational innovation; Equal opportunity; Competence; Training policy

Geographic subjects: Central America and the Caribbean

Published: Montevideo, Uruguay: CINTERFOR/ILO, 2006

Physical description: 93 p.

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ISBN: 9290882077

Resource type: Book

Call number: TD/IRD 88.317

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