Dual TEVT education in Chile: why do companies train students?


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Author: Amesti, Jose de; Bordon, Paola; Bolli, Thomas


This paper is part of the project 'Linking Education and Labour Markets: Under what conditions can Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) improve the income of the youth?' (LELAM TVET4Income). The project, financed jointly by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), aims to find out under what conditions and to what extent TVET can help to improve the labour market situation of the youth, especially in east developed, low and middle-income countries. The project consists of six teams coming from five different...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Industry; Apprenticeship; Traineeship; Participation; Outcomes

Keywords: Survey; Training investment; Economic model; Dual system; Organisation behaviour; Cost benefit analysis; Cost effectiveness; Return on education and training; On the job training; Productivity; Subsidy; Training duration; Policy implications

Geographic subjects: Chile; South America

Published: Zurich, Switzerland: Chair of Education Systems, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich), 2021

Physical description: 23 p.

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Also called: Dual TVET education in Chile: why do companies train students?

Series: LELAM‐TVET4INCOME working paper; no. 22, April 2021

Resource type: Report, paper or authored book

Document number: TD/TNC 145.649

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