Enterprise-based education and training: a literature review: report to the Ministry of Education New Zealand


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This document offers a literature review of enterprise-based education and training. The first chapter discusses the aims and scope of the review, offers a brief overview of recent policy developments in the area of industrial training in New Zealand and briefly describes the contents of the review. The review focuses on literature from 1993 onwards that presents and analyses empirical research from reputable sources on enterprise-based education and training, its distribution and outcomes. Enterprise-based education and training is defined as any learning or skill development that is...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Industry; Research; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Literature review; Informal education; Formal training; Enterprise; Measurement; Education; Training

Geographic subjects: Oceania; New Zealand

Published: Clayton, Victoria: Monash University-ACER. Centre for the Economics of Education and Training, 2000

Physical description: ix, 122 p.

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ISBN: 0477051677

Statement of responsibility: Michael Long ... [et al.]

On cover: Strategic Research Initiative: literature review.

Resource type: Report, paper or authored book

Document number: TD/IRD 88.55

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