Empirical research in vocational education and training


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The main focus of this peer reviewed journal is to provide a platform for original empirical investigations in the field of professional, vocational and technical education, comparing the effectiveness, efficiency and equity of different vocational education systems at the school, company and systemic level. The journal fills a gap in the existing literature focusing on empirically-oriented academic research and stimulating the interest in strengthening the vocational part of the educational system, both at the basic and higher education level.

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Subjects: Vocational education and training; Research; Teaching and learning; Labour market; Skills and knowledge; Apprenticeship

Keywords: Technical education and training; Competence; Pedagogics

Published: London, England: SpringerOpen, 2009-

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ISSN: 1877-6337, 1877-6345 (online)

NCVER holdings: Not held

Resource type: Journal

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