Apprenticeships

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Author: Smith, Erica

Abstract:

Apprenticeship is a tradition of training for work that usually includes work-based training, off-the-job training, and an employment relationship. This article discusses different ways of looking at apprenticeship and ways in which countries' models may vary. The article includes a case study of the Australian system and concludes by discussing some current challenges to apprenticeship systems.

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Subjects: Apprenticeship; Traineeship; Workforce development; Vocational education and training; Employment; Research

Keywords: Apprentice; Trainee; Work based learning; Off the job training; Case study

Published: Oxford, England: Elsevier, 2010

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Pages: pp. 312-319

ISBN: 9780080448930

Statement of responsibility: E. Smith

Resource type: Book chapter

Call number: TD/TNC 101.372

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