Effective Models for Continuing Education and Training
Continuing education and training is now a necessity to sustain workers’ capacities for productive work and on-going employability, and to contribute to social and economic prosperity. Hence there is much interest in models of continuing education and training (CET) that can meet the needs of different stakeholders such as workers, employers, policymakers and industry. Combinations of different models, in place of a one size fits all, are required. A team of Australian researchers conducted a three-year study that aimed to identify and evaluate potential models and strategies that might constitute a national approach to CET. The study identified four models of CET. We briefly explain the approach to this study, describe the models, and discuss implications for implementing the four models.
Transforming CET: Innovation in Workplace Practice and Learning
Vocational Education and Training Curriculum and Pedagogy